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The artist and their music, can they be taken as separate entities?

NakuraNakura PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
Of course the artist will always be associated with their music, but can we take them as two separate things?

Example:

Wrecking Ball is a good song and I like it but I just can't get myself to like Miley at this point.

What do you think?

Comments

  • black_spectreblack_spectre PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    It is necessary to separate the man/woman from their music.

    A classic example is Michael Jackson. Never mind his penchant for plastic surgeries, but the allegations of child abuse would have been enough to destroy a lesser artist. For me it doesn’t matter if those charges were true or not; I will still love his music no matter what.

    Miley is making headlines now but she’s not the first or the last. There was Britney before her and before that Madonna. And what about rock bands like Aerosmith, Metallica, Guns N roses, Led Zeppelin, and all the way back to Elvis and the Beatles, who all lived a life of debauchery and drugs? I’m pretty sure Linkin Park and the Killers aren’t clean either.

    Yes, the artist and his/her music have to be taken separately. Not all the time, but it seems, most of the time.
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