This may be difficult for young people to hear, but for the most part life experiences enhance the art one creates.
This isn't to say that young people can't create good art, art that lasts for generations. But those few are an anomaly.
But what if you're the anomaly?
Everyone thinks they're the anomaly. "Oh, but I'll be different!" Most of the time, this falls flat and resonates with no one.
I'm dealing with someone close to me who is trying hard to create his own form of art, but it is false when compared to his own life. Not that one has to deal with drugs, create violence, and the like in order to create the form of art he wants. But it should be what is true to their nature.
Everyone is unique. What your life's experiences you're encountered shapes what your art is. Instead of trying to sound like everyone else, sound like yourself.
What experiences in your own life can you draw from?
If you're lacking in it, seek it out. Get out, get a job, and deal with people.
Your art will thank you for it.