I recently saw the movie Bohemian Rhapsody, which is about the story of Freddy Mercury and the band “Queen.” The movie shows all of the different stages of Mercury’s life and how Queen became the star group that it was. (Some spoilers…) Freddy Mercury was a man who had such an incredible voice and sometimes people would not give him a chance to share that because of the way he looked. He had extra teeth in his mouth, which made them stick out of his lips. But they did more than stick out of his lips, they made him stick out to any other singer. When a group lost their lead singer, Freddy approached them and they took him in because of his amazing talent. As time went on with the group, they found he had more than just an amazing voice. His ability to create music was beyond anyone’s imagination. The most creative part of the group was when they decided to record the song “Bohemian Rhapsody.” This was going to be an “opera rock” song, which had never been done before. The group worked together to create a song that was different from anything else that had been heard on the radio. The company that managed Queen rejected the song to put as the single on the radio, but the group persisted. The song consists of all different genres of music ranging from rock to opera (two opposites of music). The group faced huge criticism from the radio critiques, but fans absolutely loved it. Because it was against the norms, critiques rejected it, but they failed to see the popularity of the rest of the world. All of the songs that they created were different than anything else heard before. For example, “We Will Rock You,” this song involved the audience for stomp their feet and clap their hands. The acceptance of their fans ended up being more important than what any critic said about any of their songs. Queen was such a creative group because, like they said themselves, it was a group of misfits who fit together because they were all misfits. The group ultimately combined all of their imaginations to create music that was so unique to any music heard in history.