Unfortunately, music currently is in such a state and no one cares. Quality is no longer an issue in any way. Artistes care about quantity just to be in the faces and ears of the public.
Honestly, you can not sit down and compare this music, to the music of 10 years ago. The creativity, lyrical maturity, narrative, it’s all different. The only good thing about music lately is that the videos are clean. Otherwise, it’s rare to find a song that can remain on the scene for even just a year. Whose fault is it though?
Most artistes keep saying the audience puts them on pressure to always be producing songs. I don’t know how far I can go for this reason. I think the artistes created that pressure themselves. Most times some of them have come out and promised to release a new song every month, so who is the joke on? I personally view that as competing with yourself.
The reason why today’s music is compared to a bubble gum is that it’s not given enough time to mature. Lyrics are just written in a very unprofessional way and even produced in a sorry state. Why is it that an artiste way back would release one song in at least 6 months time and still remain relevant.
This is so rare lately, and artistes can be on billboards for half a year and later become irrelevant like he was nothing.
Artistes should revise their lyrical maturity and perhaps introduce some rules just to put a quality check not just on videos but also on audios. Otherwise, the music industry is slowly fading because of the fruits coming out of it.
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