writing

Unity

To me, there’s nothing in this world quite like creating something. Whether it is music, writing, or both, I find that I’m the happiest when I create.

I want to make my music very unique, and I have many different influences musically. But one thing that I think is more important than a musical influence, however, is the passion with which you are working with something. Passion is everything. It can make or break a career in the performing arts, and it can definitely make or break the success that you’d wish to have by driving people away.

I notice that if I’m listening to music and it’s overly produced and more than five people wrote the song, I become irritated with the sound, and I become irritated with the idea of the song. It’s not that I’m judging how many people had to finish the track, it’s that I can’t imagine sharing creative control of my work with anyone. It’s insane how some people are willing to just hand over creative control. Another thing that I don’t understand is those that go into the music industry or Hollywood looking to make a name, or become famous. I have never made music because I’ve wanted to be famous. I’ve never really wanted to be famous in the first place. All I’ve wanted is to create something that means something to me, and hope that it connects with others.

I have had many people tell me that I’m an excellent writer. I don’t know whether or not this is true because I choose not to analyze my works and creations. I would much rather leave them raw, and not touch them once they feel finished.

Maybe I’m simply a control freak, and I love to have everything within my control. Or maybe I could actually make the turn out that I’ve always dreamed of, with others connecting to my music and writing, and finding people who love the same things as I do.

To me, that’s unity.

Ambitions

I usually don’t like to speak about myself, and that may never change. I intend to be an entertainer someday, and I think that art - writing and music - is a better way to speak about myself than rambling on and on for hours about whatever memories I might have. And I do tend to go on for hours.

Sometime in the future, when I’ve reached that goal of becoming an entertainer, I don’t want to give interviews. That might seem like a foolish decision, but it’s one that I’ve made with much thought. I really don’t like being put on the spot, unless it’s to show something I’ve created. I don’t have any interest in telling how I have created it, unless I do it in some other form of art, such as an autobiography (which I intend to write someday).

Maybe this blog will be about my goals to reach my dreams and ambitions. I think that’ll be it. See, I’m still trying to figure it out. I only registered this domain yesterday!

Let’s see…I have tried becoming a published author for the last twelve years. I have tried becoming a singer/entertainer for the last eleven. It’s been a long time I’ve been fighting for this, and I’m not even twenty-five years old yet. But that’s one thing about me: it doesn’t matter how old I am; I am the most ambitious person I know.

It’s nice to be ambitious, because I always have goals and new heights that I’m reaching to. So, where have I gotten with those goals and dreams? Not far. But that doesn’t mean that 2019 won’t be the year that will change things.