We definitely tend to gravitate toward writing more on the darker side of life, but also incorporate the light at the end of the tunnel; you can see a positive in it.
We have to be innovative, we have to be fresh, we have to be new. People are counting on that.
Maybe one day a song might make you feel completely different than the next, but I like to have a lot of everything in my songs.
If the lyrics have meaning to it and it gives me a certain emotion, I think that's the most beautiful part about music - you can feel it and connect to it.
Music for me is very therapeutic, it's very cathartic.
I tend to use my music as therapy, in a way.
There are so many layers of bullshit and everything sounds the same.
If someone says something good or bad, or whatever they have to say about your song, you've just got to embrace it.
I think a lot of what I do musically is about juxtaposition and contrast.
The higher the heel, the more drastic it can get. But I do need heels to perform, which is strange. I can't perform in flats because I've built up this...I don't know, this sexual side that I find myself moving and getting into the music more when I'm feeling a little more feminine.
Missing your loved ones is really tough.
I feel like I write about life and love and death; it's just what I gravitate towards.
My beats and my production aren't dark or emo by any means; it's basically the lyrics I think, and the melody sometimes can be too.
For me, I don't think I gravitate to listening to only dark music.
I like to incorporate all different elements into my music.
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