Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Different Genres Quotes from famous authors such as Jonas Blue, Kevin Spacey, Haley Reinhart, Melissa Marr, Ruben Blades. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I grew up with all different genres of music, and I want to include that in my production as well.
Both ‘Consenting Adults’ and ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ revolve around the economic stresses of the ’90s. They are about what people do when they’re pushed against that wall, and how they’re manipulated. They are both morality tales, though in very different genres.
My folks have played everything from rock, disco, pop, funk, and blues. My dad has always brought and played different genres like jazz, classical, and Latin. With all this in my pocket, I feel I have a taste of everything for my influences.
I want to say that I really appreciate that readers are willing to work with my tendency to write in several different genres and for different age groups.
I was always interested in trying to find how different genres would affect the lyrics that I’d written. Salsa is where most of my songs have been recorded, the genre of salsa. It’s very frenetic, fast-paced. And I felt that the lyrics sometimes were being lost.
I think comparisons are very on the surface. If I sing, like, ‘Park Bench People,’ and there’s kind of a social undertone, people will say I sound like Gil Scott-Heron. But for me, the more insightful comparison would be a Roberta Flack or Nina Simone – people who really mix different genres of music.
If I like a script, I will definitely pick films of different genres, but I won’t do something just for the sake of it.
Creatively I just enjoy challenging myself in different genres.
I enjoy working on different genres.
Dance music is like a virus: it has affected so many different genres.
I’ve always loved film and wanted to work in film. I just love working and creating new characters, and trying different genres and different things.
Music is a big part of my life. I listen to different genres, and I choose the music that will inspire the next part of my story.
Different films, different genres show the different things I do. It’s nice because it brings different groups of people to following what I’m doing. So hopefully, it kind of reiterates that I’m not just a one-trick pony as well.
Becoming an artist and finding my way, I did kind of veer off into different genres and none of them ever fit.
I think I have allowed my voice to experiment with the different genres. And I think that I have just really enjoyed the journey of getting to know my voice and seeing what it’s capable of, what it’s not capable of.
I think you’ve got to be careful with gore. Different genres need different things.
I want to do films in different languages because I want to tell stories in different genres.
The goal for me is always to have the opportunity to work in different genres. This is a great and exciting time in my career, where I can have the opportunity to work in different genres, and also I recognize there’s not a lot of actors who have that opportunity and I’m grateful for it.
I’ve been really fortunate to be able to do different kinds of films in different scales, different genres, different kinds of roles, and that is important to me.
I love bouncing between different genres. And comedy, obviously, is something I enjoy doing the most and I’ve had the most success with. But I’m open to all jobs and all genres.
I want to take up work in different genres.
When I came to Mumbai, I realised an individual should be versatile, and in playback singing you have different genres where you can explore yourself.
As a singer, I like to treat my fans with great content and keep it fresh by experimenting with different genres or themes.
In Australia in the ’70s, there was a real embrace of different genres. And then George Miller did ‘Mad Max’ by the end of the ’70s, the beginning of the ’80s. And it was really thriving.
With ‘Stillness’, I don’t think I appreciated how very codified all the different genres were in radio formats and the various constituencies of the culture. But music is music, too.
Lots of musicians from non-filmi backgrounds and from independent bands are making it to mainstream cinema. Even the music directors are experimenting with different genres.
People should listen to my music if they are into a lot of different genres and kind of want to get it all at once, if they want to listen to a story, an interesting story about somebody else.
I’m a rapper and, obviously, hip hop rap is my main thing. But I also like to dive into different genres and kind of be a bit more experimental and open myself up a bit, whether that’s taking influence from jazz or soul or electronic.
I love dabbling in different genres, and I like being good at different genres of cinema.
I’m a huge cinemaphile. My interest in filmmaking came out of experimenting with different genres, and I wanted to go back to working in a way that was more personal, which, for me, was artwork. Commercials and films are more collaborative.
There are so many great John Hughes movies covering so many different genres. You can pull so much from him.
I think there’s really healthy ways to segue into different roles and different genres. I’m not completely opposed to shaving my head and doing something crazy.
I’m influenced by a lot of different genres of music. So I’m constantly trying to rework production and make things interesting in the live show and on records.
I don’t have a genre because I play lots of different music that people would say are different genres.
I feel like every day I discover new actors and new filmmakers and different genres, and it’s just so cool.
I love music. I love every kind of extreme sort of music, and many different genres, and if I were to have to dedicate myself to just one kind of genre, I would feel kind of gypped. I’d be like, man, I wish I could do this or that. And really all it takes is trying it out.
I learned about embracing all different genres as opposed to just getting attached to one.
I see friends who are in different genres of music, and they say they’re so burnt playing the same stuff every night. That’s why you see a country act wanting to go out and play an old classic rock song. But what cracks me up is that they all want to be Jimmy Buffett. I can’t figure that out.
I don’t really care that much about genre labels. I tend to write across a variety of different genres.
I think festivals have a responsibility to show different genres of music to people.
We’re able to play different genres and be very specific in sounding like we know what we’re doing.
I think part of what I love about being an actor is getting to take on different worlds and investigate different genres and travel to different lands.
I want people to appreciate my efforts in creating different genres of music and also the fact that I am now taking to acting in my own production.
There’s many different genres, and when you see R&B and pop and house, as well as electronic, come together, that’s the reality of what music is.
Good Charlotte fit in a lot of different genres – it’s one of the coolest things our band has been able to do.
I like songs in all different genres and types. My production and songwriting is everything from pop rock to hip-hop and everything in between.
I always have been very musically influenced because of my dad. He had a very big record collection, so I dabbled in different genres.
Some of my fans tell me that my voice is more suited for romantic numbers, some others say I do Sufi songs better. But that just goes to say that people are more aware of the different genres now. More people are getting exposed to sufi music because of Bollywood, which is good.
I like so many kinds of music, and I work with so many kinds of music as a producer. When you work in 14 different genres, I find myself writing in those genres.
I think the fact that ‘Black Lightning,’ ‘Luke Cage’ and ‘Black Panther’ have each made noise in their own way will only lead to different superheroes and different genres.
I love so many different genres. I love crime films – and unusual coming-of-age pieces.
When men age, their love interests get younger. It doesn’t stop them from doing different genres of stuff. As women age in film, you know, they go from the woman in charge to the mother, the grandmother… off a cliff somewhere.
The upside to doing commercials is you have to work in a lot of different genres and make stuff that you never thought you’d be making.
The thing that I love about working at ‘GMA’ the most is the storytelling – there are so many different genres on that show and themes you can cover, so it’s been a lot of fun.
I don’t want my writing to be so unique that when you apply it to different genres, it seems like the previous show that people know you from.
I love all kinds of stories and movies, and I did work hard to get through to the creative community and studio executives that I could work in a number of different genres and tones.
I’d like to try different genres: comedy, period drama, rom-com, action.
I work in the music world in a kind of very multi-faceted way. I work around the world, in different genres.
I’ve always loved film and wanted to work in film. I just love working and creating new characters, and trying different genres and different things. For me, I just love to work and I love movies.
I have to say I’ve been lucky in that way in that I’ve been able to go from different films and different genres with different challenges.
I’ve mainly been sampling jazz because the tone of the chords are expressive in itself, so it’s quite nice to write over. It’s got interpretations of a lot of different genres, too, a lot of dubby-ness and experimental stuff.
I’ve been lucky to have been given opportunities in different genres. And most of the time I’ve felt that the exploration, the composing, the collaboration, was a move forward.
I’d like to extend my career a little bit into different genres.
If one goes by my filmography, I have done several films of different genres.
It’s been amazing to create with one another because we’re so different when it comes to music. We love different genres. So to vibe together and create this Fifth Harmony sound is what makes it so special.
It’s a cyclical thing. When they make one, everyone loves them. Different genres come around in succession. People always welcome the western. It’s America’s genre.
I can’t do only goody-goody roles. I can’t be complacent, I have to play characters in different genres.
I thought that after ‘Hate Story 3,’ people are going to typecast and offer me the same roles. But, I have been lucky enough to be offered almost all different genres.
It’s incredibly fun as an actor to get to play different styles and different genres for completely different audiences.
I’m usually the bad guy, you know, but I do a lot of different genres of acting.
I want to try and work in different genres with different types of actors, on small movies and big movies.
My music, I think, takes elements from a lot of different genres, progressive, electro but is still quite clearly defined as my sound.
I think that there are artists of different genres whose calling is to use their art to hope to affect and better the human condition – whether it’s System of a Down, or Rage Against the Machine, or Public Enemy, or the Clash, Bruce Springsteen, or Pete Seeger. It’s a group that I’m proud to be counted among.
I don’t really differentiate between different genres: if there’s a good part going, I’ll go after it, and it’s preferable to me if it’s something I haven’t done before.
It’s really interesting to just look at the career of a musician and a producer that went into many different genres and many different styles and many different places but always breaking the barriers between genres and at some point reinventing himself all along the way but also inventing things at the same time.
We’ve had different genres within our genre for so long that people just fail to realize that it’s going to keep repeating and we’re watching the cycle repeat again.
I’m proud of all my films. I’ve enjoyed great success in many different genres. I have been very blessed to have so many ideas and to continuously produce successful films.