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Flaws exist in today’s music

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Lauryn Hill said it best in her 1998 “Superstar” album: “Come on baby, light my fire, Everything you drop is so tired, Music is supposed to inspire, How come we ain’t getting no higher?”

The fact is we aren’t getting higher from the music we consume. I say we because I, too, still listen to today’s music. All it needs to be a hit is a good beat and a catchy chorus.

In today’s time, artists have no purpose in their music — no positive purpose, at least.Over the years, musicians have transformed from great influences to straight clowns.

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