Does the best music come from heartbreak? | The Tylt

Does the best music come from heartbreak?

We all go through heartbreak but, for artists, a broken heart can mean a number one record. Ariana Grande recently received her first number one hit with her latest track, “Thank You, Next.” Grande debuted the song after breaking up with her former fiancé Pete Davidson. Hasley’s song "Without Me" also rose to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 list after her latest breakup. But some artists believe mood doesn't necessarily play a part when making music. Does the best music derive from pain? 

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Mary J. Blige is known for creating some of the best breakup music of all time. And fans believe that Mary produces her best songs after having her heart broken. 

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In a recent interview with Vogue's "73 Questions," Lady Gaga was asked if one needs to be in love to write a love song or sad to write a sad song. The singer replied it helps, but ultimately there are no rules to making music. Take a look at the video below to get her full take on how to make good music.

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