Your Life Music

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  • #3540

    smokeybandit
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    Music that tells the story of your life

    Kevin Gates – I Don’t Get Tired
    “I got six jobs, I don’t get tired”

  • #3570

    Pleu
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    • #3609

      smokeybandit
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      Lol Hella Chluy’s video is funny shit. Jong Ban Propoun Mouy, Girlprend pe

  • #3649

    Rain
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    Pre – Nirvana – early 1990s music

     

  • #4142

    Pleu
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  • #4143

    Mr.Children
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    I don’t listen to too much music as I use to because I don’t want to keep listening to a person’s problem, reflect on their problems, or even create problems in my mind. I think that often, when we listen to music, we admire the song so much, and put ourselves in the musician’s situation. That’s why I believe that when gangsta rap was popular, so many Khmers adapted to gangsta rap, and there were so many gang problems. I know that some people will say that gangsta rap was a reflection of what was happening…but I think it goes both ways. It’s no doubt that so many young Khmers imitated gangsta rappers….many of us didn’t grow up around black people or black gang members, but many of us looked like that rapper on tv.

    I cut down a lot of music after learning that most successful people listen to something that help them become successful in their cars. I listen to classroom courses, motivation speeches, educational podcasts, etc. I’m thinking about creating my life…rather than listen to somebody complain about their lives.

    For those of you who listen to rap music, you’re listening to the most victim mentality music ever created on earth! Regardless, musicians are the most imitated people on earth and we imitate to be nothing and benefit very little from it.

  • #4154

    Pleu
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    its so obvious most who into rap(e) involved in gang, drug, gun, hoes, prison etc plus raise up their kids on it blastin all the time as if to make sure they end up the  same, practically child abuse! =/

    • #4162

      Mr.Children
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      I think largely rap fans are white people, but white people don’t take it seriously. To them, it’s like watching a bunch of monkeys in a zoo. The problem is that it is a huge affect on many minorities like Blacks, Latinos, Khmers, etc. They’re already at the bottom…and they drive their kids to school listening to that crap. It’s victim mentality music. Just imagine if somebody drove their kids to school listening to motivation and education courses, speeches from successful people, etc…imagine what that kid could do? A simple technique that the average person in the ghetto will never use. Most of the parents who read my post right here will never use what I just wrote here. Still continue to listen to repetitive music or no music at all in the car. Imagine if older Khmer people or Khmers who don’t know english listen to Khmer – English courses …

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    Pleu
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