Granderson: Beyoncé should rack up more Grammys, but she doesn’t need them
When we’re discussing the future of pop music, we’re often asked what the biggest change will be in the next few decades.
Will we start to see more artists who make their money through television, as we’re starting to understand more and more what that means?
Will we continue to see the rise of niche artists, as more and more people are turned off by the same commercial standards?
Will we continue to see bands who can only make big splash, like Coldplay, who just don’t feel like they are as big as the industry wants them to be?
Will we see artists who can do something different in the music? Who can give us a different experience when we’re listening to the music?
And the next big question is: Who will be able to make a living from their art?
If the answer to any or all of those questions is yes, you might be a part of the next generation of pop stars.
You might be one of the best people they’ll never have to talk to.
If that’s the case, you should probably consider a career in music where you can actually be someone who can create something that can make you a lot of money. Which, in the case of Beyoncé, has been defined as being able to sing, dance, have sex and dance sexy.
So how did Beyoncé beat out other great female songwriters in the industry and become a musical household name?
Well, first, she was a great lyricist and her music is a mixture of sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll.
And for the most part, Beyoncé is a good person; she’s one of the few people who has never been charged with a crime for one reason or another and she’s just as human as everyone else.
But it’s the way in which she’s able to tap into the culture