But the next group or induvisual, whether hip-hop, rapper, or punk or rock, to re create this song in a modern 'vibe' or 'theme'...will, or would, probably do well...as everything is circular...and people, folks, are feeling this again...
To be honest, most don't have what it takes to become a 'Star', 'Celebrity' or Entertainer, and have no idea what's involved in the process.
Many are talented beyond belief, but simply lack charisma to launch talent to next level.
Being shy, quiet and withdrawn are the opposite of being a celebrity or Star.
Most I encounter who happen to have a unique talent just aren't 'people persons'.
They don't like people, yet can play guitar or sing or rap or ect.
Also, you cannot be bias, and expect to grow much of a following, cause you never know whom may be attracted to your talent, song, beats ect.
Maybe half your fans are closet gays, yet one day you say something negative about gays...d'oh!
Or maybe half your fans are Jewish, yet in interview an anti Jewish statement comes out of your mouth...d'oh!
The ultimate aim of most entertainers is to make money, and it don't matter where that money comes from, and so to alienate oneself from people do to color or religion or orientation, can greatly effect profits.
I particularly feel sorry for many younger black males of talent who have been locked into this inner city thug rap box.
It's sad in a way, cause that image, those who live it, are very insecure about self on the inside, very wound up, very shallow, in that there's nothing beneath the surface.
Very stiff, emotionally stiff, can't laugh, can't be joyful, if laughter and joy was never put in, than it can never come out.
Laughter and joy have to be cultivated.
Entertainers have to be 'loose', very loose, and able to step outside their skin, if not they'll never be able to resignate with others.
Last Edit: Sept 18, 2014 23:03:10 GMT -5 by X factor