I legitimately don't know anything about my favorite artists, not even their names but I like some rappers music and i sort of know who they are through interviews and even though I don't agree with them their music is still good
>>61969067 >if a musician's a racist but he's talented at music how does that change how good the music sounds
And you call me dumb. No one said a racist artist makes worse music. Everything you know about an artist changes your perception of them and their work. People are fooling themselves if they think there is some magical separation between art and artist.
>>61968629 ...Sometimes? Depends on how much of a bad taste it leaves in my mouth. If I'm reminded of it every time I listen to the music, then probably; if I don't have to think about it then probably not really
I personally try to learn as little as possible of artists.. aside from their music, I dont care who they are. Even Bono's annoying personality, or many artists drug addictions don't get in the way of the music for me. Music is an experience of its own, the artist to me is nothing special. We are all human.
>>61969302 >if they support homosexuals I can understand what you're saying if they talk about it in their music because it's just annoying.
However, if they just hold that opinion and keep it to themselves and it still prevents you from listening to their music you're a raging faggot. It would also be objectively wrong to say or imply that homosexuals shouldn't be able to marry. That matter is not based on opinion.
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