“It’s better to burn out than to fade away.” This is what Kurt Cobain wrote in his final letter before he shot himself. Being a creative soul is a responsibility. A gift and a curse to feel so deeply that the pain ignites an unbearable fire inside that can only be doused through art.

A man dies, but his memory remains. Music has been a part of my being since I can remember. Lyrics, Rhythm, and music make me feel like I am part of something bigger than myself, something divine. It breaks my heart to know that these legends won’t be playing live near my city anymore, and they won’t be making any more songs for us to forget this world and live a little.

Kur Cobain

Kurt Cobain took his own life on 5th April 1994. He suffered from depression due to alcohol and drug abuse. Kurt will be known for his style of grunge rock which changed the face of rock music. He was then the most famous musician in the world.

Tupac Shakur

Tupac Shakur was murdered on 13th September 1996. His death was one of the most controversial of a musician. Tupac was an awaken Rapper whos prophetic lyrics and music influences the world still.

Freddie Mercury

The greatest singer of all time died due to bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS on 24th November 1991. Freddie was the greatest showman of all. His music, his performances, and his attitude both on and off stage were loved by all. His voice is a subject of research.

Jimi Hendrix

Jimi was the greatest guitarist the world has ever seen. His accidental death on September 18th, 1970 was due to asphyxiation on his own vomit due to an overdose of barbiturates. Jimi struggled his life with overwork, stress, and disillusionment.