Through your eyes and ears, music has a way of entering your mind, body, and soul. It has a way of caturing your attention and revealing its effects, through altering emotions. These emotions can be expressed through the simple sound of a tune, harmony of a voice, or even the hardcore sound of an instrument or production. Either way, the power of music has been proven to turn ones life right, left, upside down, or around.
As the sound of music began to transition during the 90s and early 2000s, so did the way of life. Some women became more open with lifestyles that were once before hidden, or even considered taboo, and still are, in many countries outside of the United States. While on the other hand, there were other women who glorified self-love, empowering and uplifting other women to recognize accept the fact that we were all purposely created uniquely through the same eyes. Meanwhile, men became more vulgar, while showing hatred and love at the same time (catch my drift). During this era of music, men had no pride with hiding their emotions, and expressed their true feelings through their songs, regardless of how they may have felt. In comparison to today, more men back then worked together as a group/ partner(s), as to independently with a brotherhood that lasted for long periods of time, bringing forth individuality, that could be distinguished simply by their sound or tune. Most artist in todays era of music are generally geared toward self stardom.
Despite all of the recognizable changes in music and the music industry from all genres, there’s just something special about the music from the 90s and early 2000s.