Definition Essay On Music
It all comes down to the influence it has on each person.
Music plays a huge roll on a person’s opinions and those opinions influences the person’s actions. Many times, it is more negative than positive, especially in today’s world. The artist’s musical lyrics speak to all different people. However, it is not just the artist’s music that influences the people, it’s the artist themselves. Compared to back then, it was all about the music, yet now a day’s, people look at the artists as role models and people to look up to, which is where the problem begins. For example, Kanye West and many other rappers/ hip hop artists have a huge impact on listeners, especially children. The way they act and the action they take tells the younger generation it is okay to do something similar. For instance, Wiz Kalhifa smokes marijuana and is open about it to the public. However, it is not just rap and hip/hop musicians, many other artists nowadays portray a negative view. In addition to themselves, their musical lyrics have a moral impact on the listener as well. The lyrics that they portray “glorify sex, drugs, and violence” (Huang, 2016). There is no research to support that it …show more content…
Music would help children study better for a test and thus would increase their grades. “The Australian Music Association further found that music education can help a child have better reasoning and problem-solving skills, as well as a better memory and math and language performance” (Norman, 2015). Yet, the problem, is that children must listen to specific music because it can distract them (Norman, 2015). Music can be used for so many different aspects in our society it all depends on if it is used appropriately (Norman, 2015). Conversely, music can enhance a person’s mood as well as diminish it. It is said that “teens who choose music with positive messages or soothing sounds can help themselves relax and to feel better” (Norman, 2015). Music has also impacted the medical field with different types of treatments for patients. For instance, music is known to help Alzheimer’s patients remember certain aspects about their life. It also helps psychiatric patients when they need to calm themselves down to feel