What I’ve Learned About Myself From Being a ‘Real’ Artist
When I first started making videos I wasn’t aware of the real-world significance of it.
In fact, I had a really low opinion of it at the time.
I’m glad I didn’t know.
I learned a lot about myself, though.
As a young artist I was just learning to make things.
I started making music with my friends, doing YouTube tutorials and tutorials on how to make videos.
That’s when I realized I had something real to offer the world.
I’ve always been interested in music, and when I started doing music videos I thought, “If I’m going to be a producer, I’m not going to have to be someone who’s just making music.
I’ll just be the person who does the music.”
And I’m so glad I did.
As a young producer, my music videos were made for a reason.
I wanted to do something that would be meaningful to people, something that I could be proud of.
I wasn: a) a good-looking, confident kid; and b) a pretty cool person.
I made a video of my favorite songs and was like, “Wow, I got a cool video.”
The video was called “Climbing the Walls,” and it’s about the fact that I can climb the walls of my dreams.
I could literally do anything.
I also learned that I didn, in fact, have any real talent at all.
I had never really made music before, and I didn ‘t know anything about how to do it.
But I learned about making music and I started being able to make some pretty good music videos, and that made me realize, “This isn’t the end.
I can do this.”
I wanted my videos to be more than just a way to pay the bills.
I thought they’d give me a chance to grow and see what was out there.
In this year I’ve had a lot of fun making music videos.
I feel like I’m on a journey.
I love making music, but I don’t want to just put my music on YouTube and just get paid.
I want to do more with it.