Graffiti6 – Stone In My Heart

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Alright.  The first thing that needs to happen before you read this post is this:  Watch the YouTube video below and listen to the music.  The song is called Stone In My Heart, and it has some unique qualities that I want to discuss with everyone.

Thoughts?  Opinions? Concerns?  I have a lot of thoughts.  One opinion.  And no concerns.  Well, I have one concern… and its you possibly not liking the song.  Oh well.  Here we go.

I really can’t describe the sound that this artist gives off, but one thing is certain: They know how to write catchy music.  Lately I’ve been listening to music that gets stuck in my head.  Why?  I believe that if a song has the potential of being remembered for a while, then who’s to say its not good music.  But that’s the issue right?  What is good music?  Who are individuals to decide what good music is, if each individual has a different opinion.  That’s the beauty of it all.  If music is popular in even the slightest respect, then someone thinks that it is good, therefore generating different types of “good music.”

So why is this song considered to be what we call “good music?”  It’s different.  A lot of music is is just written to a formula that made good music in the past.  While this doesn’t hold true for all music (we all know a ton of great musicians and songwriters), we can all agree that the mainstream music industry is getting old.  So why shouldn’t Graffiti6 push the limit?  Why shouldn’t they write a really weird song that people are going to question?  Because someone will enjoy it.  And I’m sure that you’ll enjoy it as well.

Don’t be scared to speak your mind!

Comments encouraged.

Artist Links:

Official Website – http://www.graffiti6.com/

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/graffiti6

Twitter – @Graffiti6

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