[Must Read] Music From A Youth-ful Perspective

According to Dictionary.com, Music is an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions insignificant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color.

Dubem, Bmax (MusicPlug Africa Founder) & ThePamilerin

 

MusicPlugAfrica took a bold step to reach out to some of our youths, to know what they feel Music is to them and yes we got visuals and images for our visitors.

MusicPlugAfrica Rep, Shoroye Elijah Damilare also fed us with more explanations on the youth’s view about Music. Read Below …

 

SHoroye Damilare (CEO White Lion King)

 

MUSIC IS MAGICAL

Good Music is good no matter what kind of Genre it is. I find it really attractive when someone has a good taste in music. Good Music to me is like fine wine turned to Sound. It’s a thing about Good Music, people can relate to it. The feelings, the emotions, you can find them in music, people can find peace in music, can find release, can find hope. The words that people can’t explain, or find a meaning, the feelings you don’t understand you can find it through music. If you have a bad day it will always be a song that you can relate to, if you have a good day it’s always a song there. Bad, good experiences you’ll find a song for it. We have different songs for different times in our life, we can relate a certain song with a certain period and after years when you listen that song you will remember that time, how you felt, what happened, like you found an old friend. Yh ? I believe Good Music has the ability to convey all sorts of emotion. Whether the emotion is joy and happiness or sadness and despair through rhythms, harmonies and the lyrics the music shows. The song “Life is Eazi” by Mr Eazi ft Olamide & Phyno in his Debut EP (ACCRA TO LAGOS) is such an emotional and inspiring song that when I hear it, I always come close to tears, especially listening to it being played when I’m caught up in my feelings. The effect that music can have on our emotions is tremendous, I’m sure you have one Music or the other that makes you feel that way too. 

 

Anda Paul (CEO Lazywita) & Dubem

 

Music is the Universal Language of Mankind.

Good Music brings people together, no matter your gender, skin color, language, culture, ethnicity, religion, music brings us together, united, music made and can make this world a better place, a place where everyone is equal, a place where there is no hate, a place where everything is at peace, together, a place where there is only love and acceptance, a place that is for everyone, a place where everyone can feel equal, music can stop conflicts and hate. Music can make people stronger, fearless, and give hope. Music is the language that everyone can understand. Basically, Good Music brings people together, I mean both in hard times and good ones. Everyone can understand Good Music, no matter the Language or Dialect, everyone can understand the Music. 

 

 

 

Talabi Tomiwa (Founder Lagos life) & Daevees (Model)

 

Tolu (Model) & Olamide

 

 

Music can change the world because it can change people.

Music has this thing that helps people, people feel better when they listen to music, calm, at peace. Music can make us relax, or motivate us. I always find my happy place in music, when I am feeling down I listen to music, when I am happy I listen to music, lyrics speak to me in a beautiful way, they give me hope and motivate me. Music make this world a better place, doesn’t matter if you listen to Hip-hop, Rock, R&b, Soul, Pop, Country, Classic, Afro beat, Juju, Fuji, Apala, Raggae, Gospel, name it all Lol. people find something spectacular in Good Music.

Have you ever heard people say “Music saved me”? But I think behind this affirmation is something more deep, music can’t save you in a physical way, music can save your soul, music can make you feel better about yourself, give you strength, power. Music is a Spiritual thing. 

 

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