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And beyond that, I don’t think people ever created real music for you to be happy. I think the heart of musicianship and creativity was pulling something deep from within YOURSELF, making music YOU first and foremost could relate to. I don’t understand this idiotic notion you’re touting that artists are beholden to their fans. Never. That’s why some acts come in and out of populartiy. Sometimes people stop making music that their fanbase can relate to and that’s perfectly okay. Sometimes they drop one fan base for another (i.e. artists switching genres / producers / etc).

And your entire piece just sounds like an entitled child who isn’t getting what he wants from who he wants it from, so he’s going to get on the interwebs and write a highly articulate bitch piece…

Boooooooooooo.

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