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Artists are the people that no matter what, pick up the pen, pick up a paintbrush. They take the time to translate what is happening to create something that resonates deeply with the rest of the people that are caught in the middle of their own reality.
Artists and writers have to deal with the element that makes the real real and the dream real while you are dreaming it. That's where stories and poems get their power.
Artists musicians, painters, writers, poets always seem to have had the most accurate perception of what is really going on around them, not the official version or the popular perception of contemporary life.
Artists need some kind of stimulating experience a lot of times, which crystallizes when you sing about it or paint it or sculpt it. You literally mold the experience the way you want. It's therapy.
Artists and celebrities are citizens, and as such you have a responsibility to keep fighting for justice because there are monolithic power structures and systemic oppression out there.
Artists were always referred to as great artists. I thought that's what the profession was. One word: great artist. There wasn't one moment in my life when I thought I wanted to be anything else.
Artists are taught to be humble about their impact, especially in folk music. It's so ingrained that I have a hard time even thinking I had any impact other than what a normal hit song would have.
Artists can color the sky red because they know it's blue. Those of us who aren't artists must color things the way they really are or people might think we're stupid.
Artists are not cheerleaders, and we're not the heads of tourism boards. We expose and discuss what is problematic, what is contradictory, what is hurtful and what is silenced in the culture we're in.
Artists of all times are like the gamblers of Monte Carlo, and this blind lottery allows some to succeed and ruins others. In my opinion, neither the winners nor the losers are worth worrying about.
Artists don't always know. Almost every song I ever recorded that was a hit at the majors that the promotional people picked I didn't think it would be a hit. I was wrong every time!
Artists have really never had any representation on Capitol Hill, because it's not the nature of the artist to join together and make a unified presence. Those days kind of died in the '60s.
Artists, writers and people in creative fields are entrepreneurs by necessity. Nobody gives them a paycheck or picks up their medical insurance. The ones who succeed learn to think and act like 'independent operators.' I think people who are technically 'employees' have to think this way as well. The company is not looking out for you.
Artists have so much more control of their futures they don't need to rely so much on major labels or big companies to help them. You have artists like Skrillex that can dominate so much that he gets 5 Grammy nominees, and he's clearly an underground artist.
Artists are creating their own genre sound, and other artists are building upon that sound and already creating a huge subculture created around one particular sound created by one artist. So, with all that happening, the genres are going to break down, and there's going to be a multitude of sound coming out.
Artists look at the environment, and the best artists correctly diagnose the problem. I'm not saying artists can't be leaders, but that's not the job of art, to lead. Bob Marley, Nina Simone, Harry Belafonte there are artists all through history who have become leaders, but that was already in them, nothing to do with their art.
After a while, when you get success and fame, money and everything, the purpose of life must be redefined. For me, I think this goal is to build bridges. Artists can do it very easily, more than politicians.
Today, almost all artists outside New York are linked to a school or museum school, and even in New York, the majority of them are. It's an interesting fact when you take the idea of ??making money, making a living selling paintings. Only a dozen or two painters do that.
We could have used much bigger labels and more money, but we wanted a company based in Los Angeles, located in the same building, and really understanding what artists want.
I find female artists that I find more in common with male artists, because they mix pop, dance and theatricality ... but currently, few guys go there.
I can not say exactly why there is not a lot of protest music to talk about. And I know there are still artists who put a message in their music.
A common sense of humor and a love of music are really important because I like all types of music. You can name any genre and I can give you a list of the artists I love.
I didn't realize how much harm I was doing back then and I think a lot of rap artists probably don't realize it now. I said a lot of stuff fooling around back then, and I saw it do a lot of harm.
There are a lot of artists that I love, and I think they're really talented, and they're good dancers as well. I've always wished that I could combine that.
The way I write my songs is that I have to believe what I'm writing about, and that's why they always end up being so personal because the kind of artists I like, they convince me, they totally win me over straight away in that thing. Like, 'Oh my God, this song is totally about me.'
Many fail to realize this great recording industry was built by so called jazz artists. And at the other end of the spectrum, a base in European classical music as well.
For some reason I've been labeled that and it's fine, but there are a lot of other artists that sing real traditional stuff, so I don't know why they picked me. That's what I've always done.
I know there's a creative side to artists to pardon me there's a creative side to scientists already, but there may be an artistic side, too, waiting to break free.
Well, a lot of people within government and big business are nervous of Hip Hop and Hip Hop artists, because they speak their minds. They talk about what they see and what they feel and what they know. They reflect what's around them.