I don’t like how a lot of artists shed their style that is unique to them to sort of suit whatever style appeals to their target audience at the moment. It’s like record labels find artists with raw and genuine talent and then force this idea into their head that they need to morph it something different to stay afloat. I mean, I get trying to try new things with experimentation, but that’s completely different from becoming something else entirely. With experimentation, you still have the essence of their own style is still in there – the foundation or backbone didn’t change. I’d rather see artists fade out of their glory days sticking to their “good stuff” than seeing them still popular because a grip of 12 year olds get their parents to buy all of their electronic pop fluff tracks aired on the radio a couple days ago.