So today’s topics aren’t the best. One of them asked me to write about my last 3 crushes. If you know anything about me, I don’t crush on people. Simply because I don’t believe that I will ever be good enough for someone. Or that someone would ever take notice of me and see me as anything more then just the weird, quiet girl. There. I said it. I’m working hard to get people to notice my blog but today I am glad I only have a few readers because of that one sentence.
Anyway, I’m off on a tangent again (have you noticed how much of a clique this is becoming). So. I’m not really cool enough to have a favourite band but I do have a favourite musician.
My favourite musician and singer is Troye Sivan. The very first time I heard of Troye was when his song for The Fault In Our Stars came out. I heard it, liked it and because all the proceeds were going to a cancer charity, I bought the song. By that time, the song was blowing up and John Green was talking about Troye and taking him around places and I couldn’t understand why. I thought that Troye was just some random kid who wrote a song. I was baffled as to how a nobody could shoot to fame like that.
However, I did not know that Troye was by then a pretty darn established singer and Youtuber. He already had about a million subscribers on his channel and he’d performed on stage a number of times. This year, I got really into Youtube. I started following a whole lot of Youtubers, I got into the randoms, I followed the ships and watched videos as they were being released. I just find it so amazing that these people started from zero and worked their way up 1 subscriber at a time. I am currently completely up to date on everything in the Youtuber community and it’s a lot of fun.
So I found Troye and I realised that the reason why his song went viral was because he was already an established Youtuber. So I started following him. I watched his old videos and kept up with his current ones. And then, he posted this one day.