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What Is Going On Inside of Their Brain?

Have you ever heard a song that made you wonder, what is going on inside that brain of theirs? Is the artist okay? More times than not, they are not okay and are suffering from some sort of mental illness. There is a common link between creativity and mental illness. By examining an artist’s work, a professional is able to notice psychological and developmental processes where they may have not been able to notice in other ways. Being that lyrics are typically written from experience, if there is a noticeable dark theme, there is a good chance that the artist is in fact going through something. Therefore, songs consisting of dark or emotional tones and themes may be a result of mental illness among the musicians creating the lyrics.

Behind The Scenes

There are many ways of noticing that someone is experiencing mental illness other than simply stating the fact. There is a common link between creativity and mental illness. Because of this, songs consisting of dark or emotional tones and themes may be a result of mental illness among the musicians creating the lyrics. Emotion processing is activated through creative activities such as writing, singing, etc… The most common musical genre displaying such themes is rock, and many classic artists including Kurt Cobain and Eminem have diagnosed psychological disorders which are apparent in their music. With that being said, if one is suffering from some sort of mental illness, it will more often than not reflect in their music.

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