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Pop music is a Profit, not a prophet.Music doesn't need saving, the industry needs rewriting.
Right now stupid sells cuz the stupid are buying.
A speech impediment with a repetitive beat
will carry you far in pop music's flying carseat.
We don't need old hats teaching the new ones how to be fly.
We just need new ones that know how to ask why.
How to think and how to question.
How to write in reflection with depth and connection.
Not repeat the same word twenty times,
just because they think "Hey, it rhymes!".
People have sold their minds,
to the demand of corporate profit lines.
People stopped listening and feeling with their hearts
to obtain the golden monuments of the top ten charts.
Can they really sit and say
"I'm really proud of my music today"?
When little creativity gave way?
When little struggle stood in the fray?
An artist is supposed to suffer for their art
Not have it made for them by DJ quickchart.
I really hope they aren't serious...
They really can't be this dazed and delirious.
Cheap hacks can make it farth
Memento MoriAleister and Kelly walked side by side down a dimly lit forest trail. The autumn season had begun early yet the warm rays of the sun still managed to cut through the heavy clouds and canopies to shine streaks of light upon their path. The quiet of the path was broken by the sound of crunching leaves as they walked; a solemn calm filled the air. For the first time since their relationship crumbled, they were walking side by side.
“I feel better.” Aleister said with a smile.
“Do you? How often have you said that and then spiraled backwards?” Kelly said with a grimace.
All the times he had taken a step forward away from her, he would fall backwards within a span of a few days. It really irked her that he could flip back and forth from progress to regress so much. All she wanted to do was get on with her life. The two had exchanged many words and they both held firm that they would never lose the fire, the love, they felt for each other but the time had come t
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