Are you passionate about music? Because I am.
Ever since I was a baby, I have loved music very much like it was my life, and it wouldn't be love out of just listening to it. When I hear music, I automatically want to sing along or dance or even act out the words. When I hear new songs, I like to listen to it over and over again to catch the melody and rhythm. Each time I listen to it, I get deeper and deeper into the beat, but I also take time to listen to the words to feel what that artist is feeling in that song because I know that every song has a message, and if it doesn’t, it’s trying to prove a point.
Many artists don’t just sing or rap for the money. Many do it to entertain people and let out what they feel through something they love. Some like to let out a passion through their passion.
I personally love the entertainment industry because it all catches my attention, no matter the show, movie, song, or dance, and it doesn't even matter the genre. I prefer hip hop and R&B before anything else, but I feel like if it’s good, it’s good. Your taste shouldn't have to matter towards something that is generally good.
When I was a toddler, I’d hear music and start to do little cute “dances” and ever since then, my family knew I’d be passionate about music. I used to even write some corny songs and grab a broom and sing it to my mom and others. As I grew up, my songs got deeper. They started being more serious and more relatable, and my songs actually mean something now.
When I write songs, I like it to be quiet so I can focus, but not too quiet because that kind of bothers me. I guess that’s because I'm always listening to music loudly, that's just my thing. It's very rare to hear silence in my room. My relationship with music is very serious! Taking music away from me is like taking breathing away from me, but don’t let that fool you. Music and I have a wild love-hate relationship because sometimes I feel that I’m not good enough or my voice isn’t good enough for me to sing or rap. I’m passionate about what I do, but I have doubts. I know I’m not the only one, but it’s just an insecurity.