Miley Cyrus may have some music that isn’t the best, or over rated but when you take a look back at her stage shockers while being naked on stage, it’s actually a brave and smart publicity. It’s not what you sell it’s how you sell it and Miley’s marketing director is a genius for drawing attention to Miley.
Miley is selling boring pop music because she has drawn so much attention to her and there is better music off the billboard that is real music. The music industry is nested so deep that they can condition our society to buy what they want us to buy, and not what we really appreciate.
Factory and streamlined pop music is deteriorating real music and creative and passionate musicians are becoming lost and buried because of the media’s hand in bogus pop music. It might be catchy, fun or weird but Miley cyrus is not a true musician, but an actor. She has been trained in her youth to put on a great show, and she has mastered just that with her boring pop music.
Like movies, the pop music industry is manufacturing cookie cutter pop music that is placing standards and morals to the back of the line for the mighty dollar. Miley is a going to be a wash as her trend starts to sink in the billboard music charts. The next thing we can anticipate is another, silly or wacky stage performance or music video. It’s a marketing ploy. Even bad publicity is still attention for potential revenue. All of these Gaga stunts and copycats are making millions from consumers that are spoon fed boring Miley Cyrus music through the internet, TV, and radio.
Being naked on stage will make you famous, even if you have boring music. We can take the worst musician in the world and “spin” their character to sell records. It’s all about presentation and we have lost our touch with real music. Technology has ruined a lot of our music making it artificial. This doesn’t allow us to appreciate practical musical art. It’s a money maker, and if Miley Cyrus keeps shaking her booty maker, she’ll continue to rank with boring music. Could you imagine if she just stood there and sang into a microphone? Nobody would buy her music, but they remember when she acts like a goof on stage and they like it, so they buy it.