If there is a problem in a popular culture it’s the presence of other people voices in the expression of an individual’s art.
It is of course the popular voice, the voice that sits in the middle of the bell curve that offends no one and challenges nothing. That’s why it’s popular…
Fortunately for us, the genuine artist isn’t in a fraternity anymore, popularity isn’t that important, they’re searching for something that dwells underneath the surface of culture.
They’re searching for their own indigenous truth, those things that makes us all inherently human. It’s more universal than it is popular.
Your real voice matters more than you could ever imagine; you have to work to find it BUT once you have it in your grasp you will never let it go.