Music Artists Who Sold-Out
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A perfect example of this - giving up really good voice just to appeal to masses more. - saaarsdej
No she hasn't. Her latest album is her best yet. - Swellow
Actually, the exact opposite happened. "The Fame" was purely typical pop music of the 2000s. Catchy pop, but still pop. Then on "The Fame Monster" she started experimenting with darker atmosphere and lyrics, followed by avantgarde elements. Songs like "Scheiße" and "Government Hooker" from "Born This Way" are hardly mainstream. She recorded an artpop album, and a jazz album, has written and performed a song about sexual assault and her latest album is a nostalgic look at when pop music was not entirely made electronically. Actually, Lady Gaga started off as mainstream and evolved into something like a multimedia performance artist, but one that still cares if her music is still listenable and enjoyable. - Martin_Canine
From it was written to nastradomous he was a sellout. Fortunatly he made a big time comeback with stillmatic and the rest is history.
He soldout which didn't work too well. Then tried to un-sellout but it's too late. Now I just him on Hennessey ads
Illmatic is amazing, everyone knows that ❤️. It was written was cool, Nostradamus sucked and now he's good again.
How do you go from My Name is, which sounds like he's pinching his nose and on drugs, to pop crap love songs like Love the Way You Lie?!
Sold out big time. Artists like Lil Wayne and Rihanna should never, EVER touch Eminem.
It called adapting. Yeah Lil Wayne n rihanna are plain lucky even to be in the same album with Eminem. How can an artist be a sellout who has one of the largest fanbase in the planet. Don't get jealous nitwit.
Don't call him a sell out! He is not. Actually, he's gotten better and better.V 2 Comments
Made a song with Ke$ha. Proves how much of a sellout he is.
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Tom isn't a sell out, just because he constantly changes genres does not mean he is a sell out. Do people even know what a sell out means? Tom DeLonge did not even want to be mainstream in the first place, he just wanted to play in clubs, but then his band Blink-182, became popular. And him starting AVA does not make him a sell out, in fact, it is the opposite, because Tom is making music of his artistic freedom that he truly enjoys, even if his band wasn't as popular as Blink, he clearly enjoyed it more. He would have been a sell out if he accepted the solo deal to become a pop artist, but he never did. He still does rock music, but he also adds some electronic in some of his songs, unlike before. He returned to Blink-182 for his bandmates, but then left again because he wanted to work on stuff he actually wanted to work on and has passion for. Tom even refused the idea of having a pop producer for his band before he left, in fact, he is not even a fan of pop music, he wants to do ...more - AnimeDrawer
Tom Delonge Grew Up. Blink is what it is. If you took the time to listen to Angels & Airwaves, you would appreciate what he has done for music
I agree with you. Angels And Airwaves is a good band, many people hate it just because it does not sound like Blink-182. - AnimeDrawer
he started out good with blink 182, but the frigged up BIG time with angels an airwaves
Tom Delonge grew up. Blink is what it is, catchy pop punk. If you took the time to listen to Angels & Airwaves you would appreciate what he is trying to do.
How is he a sell out? More like the opposite, when Blink-182 got a pop producer, John Feldmenn, who he could have become mainstream from that, Tom refused to. He wants to make music his own style and he loves doing it, not just for fame. A sellout is someone who would do anything to get more famous, Tom never got more famous than what he did in Blink-182. - AnimeDrawer
Does she even know who Rihanna is?
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