We have collected the best Crossover Quotes by famous authors including Armaan Malik, George Strait, Paulie Malignaggi, Sandra Brown, Matthew Morrison and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
‘Sorry’ just fit the bill for the crossover that both Lost Stories and I were attempting to do musically.
I remember that in ’81, country radio was pretty pop, and everybody wanted a crossover record – and all of a sudden it came back to traditional. Now it’s kind of swung the other way a little bit, but it always comes back.
I thought I would make so much money and be the next Ray Leonard. Maybe it was farfetched, but I thought I could be a megastar. I could fight, and I had a lot of crossover appeal that was necessary to promote myself. I thought I’d make a ton of money and live off of it the rest of my life.
‘Slow Heat in Heaven’ was my ‘breakout’ or ‘crossover’ book, and I loved the freedom I felt writing it.
There are so many stage actors on TV but you wouldn’t know they were stage actors. And film and TV actors are going to the stage as well, so the crossover is great now.
There’s Jay-Z, who morphs a certain street hustler’s cool and indifference into CEO extravagance. But for all his prominence, Jay-Z hasn’t written a lot of crossover hits.
There is actually quite a lot of crossover between the quacks and drug companies. They use the same tricks and tactics to bamboozle people into buying their pills, but drug firms can afford to use slightly more sophisticated versions.
I think they want to keep it separate, but I’ve never been a crossover artist for some reason.
My favorite type of music to sing is a crossover between country and pop.
That was the crossover line for us, to be able to play that many shows, sell them out real quick and have that tribe queue up outside and still be a mystery to everybody else.
I’m very picky and I’m in a situation where it’s a big crossover.
Think of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.’ It is equally intoxicating for children and adults. All this ‘crossover’ talk is something publishers are using as a selling device – a kind of post hoc rationalisation of what was happening already.
I don’t expect a lot of people who love drag to also be like, ‘I love ‘Drag Race,’ and then I got to hear my Chris Stapleton album.’ Not necessarily an obvious crossover.
I really want to do a ‘True Blood-Six Feet Under’ comic book crossover.
I run my routes like a crossover dribble. It’s about taking angles, faking one way but going the other, and being savvy. And then, instead of running to the basket, I’m running away from the defender.
There is that great thing of D.C. being Hollywood for ugly people. There’s very distinct crossover behaviors.
On ‘Frasier,’ a network executive once suggested that one week we have John Lithgow play Frasier and Kelsey Grammar play Lithgow’s role on ‘3rd Rock From the Sun;’ I’ve been deeply afraid of the idea of a crossover ever since.
I really hope that with my album, because I have a bit more of a mainstream crossover following, I really hope that I can introduce some new listeners to this world of instrumental music.
I’m not gonna force something or fake something to try to get more black people at my shows. I’m not gonna do some big hip-hop crossover.
My killer crossover project would be to combine Bjork and Grace Jones with the West Coast rappers and create this massive music. That’s, like, one of my dreams.
I feel like I don’t fit in. There’s not a lot of outlets for urban music, for black artists who don’t have that crossover thing going early on.
To me, a big crossover was what happened to me years ago, like bringing my music in Spanish to Europe, or Asia. To me, that’s a crossover because Spanish is not a language that everybody talks.
Once a film is selected at Cannes, the crossover becomes very easy, thanks to the prestige and dignity it gains at Cannes.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali
I like that outlaw crossover rock ‘n’ roll-country sound.
Throughout my years in From First to Last, I was always dabbling and making electronic music on my own time. The first records I ever owned were crossover electronic rock, like Prodigy, Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails.
One of my big influences as a young player was Allen Iverson. All I wanted to do was the left-to-right crossover, because that’s the one he was doing most.
People lose it when I say this, but I’m a novelist who doesn’t read novels. There are lots of good reasons for not reading novels! I’m also a game writer who doesn’t play games – I keep everything very separate. The only crossover with me is comics. I write them, and I read them passionately.
There is a line in which populism can cross over into demagoguery. Demagoguery is the crossover where populism becomes a bad thing, and people make things up, and they assign responsibilities that aren’t fair and justified, and scapegoat communities. And then it becomes a very bad thing.
There’s a lot of crossover between comic fans, wrestling fans and pop culture fans.
Being a Muslim in America, I’ve noticed that there’s a ton of crossover between the Muslim community and geekdom.
G. Willow Wilson
The greatest thing about sports, to me, is just the crossover into everyday life.
There have been a lot of crossover with celebrities and politics but to me, I don’t think I would go into politics.
I think ‘Rake’ was a very clever crossover, actually, because it does lend itself to the city of L.A.
I’ve always said that I count myself as a classical crossover artist. To be so, you have to have the core classical training, which I did for many, many years, but also be interested in the pop side of things. You can fit in somewhere in the middle. I feel I do that really well.
I was the person who had a 10 lb baby on my arm called my purse, and now that I have a crossover bag it’s stupid. I realize I need my wallet, my phone and my lip gloss – that’s it.
I’m all about the crossover. The role doesn’t necessarily have to be white or Latina or black. It could be anything. But it’s hard in Hollywood, because sometimes it’s all about the box office. Or all about looks and things like that. It’s not about the story that they have to tell.
I think that some people still think that the formula other than gospel still is not strong enough to get that crossover appeal to people enough that they would play it all the time, or nonchurch people would accept it, but I disagree.
I urge younger artists to know that you don’t have to be anything you don’t want. You can do whatever’s comfortable for you. From the music I make, to the things I do in my life, I’m true to my R&B core. I have the capability to make pop records and crossover, but that’s not my aim.
Nobody criticizes The Rock. Nobody criticizes Randy Couture when he goes over and did ‘Expendables 3’ or anybody who’s a crossover.
At no time was I trying to write a crossover record.
I don’t like the idea of ‘classical crossover,’ even if sometimes I see this category given to what I’m doing.
I think it’s surprising for a lot of people to see Jack Swagger crossover to MMA because they know Jack Swagger more than they know Jake Hager.
I wouldn’t call myself at all as a crossover artist – I kind of hate that word – but in a way, you need to see me like that, because I’m working in classical music, I’m doing these other projects, and I’m having a rock career at the same time.
I wouldn’t mind being the female MJ. I want to have major crossover appeal.