Every romantic comedy needs a perfect musical moment — and thankfully for rom-com fans everywhere, Crazy Rich Asians is packed full of them. All the songs in Crazy Rich Asians blends American and Asian culture thanks to a combination of classic Chinese love songs and popular English songs reworked with Chinese lyrics and sung by Asian performers. And according to the film's director, Jon M.
The charts suggest we are programmed to prefer melancholy music. But is this really the case? Greg Kot investigates.
We all enjoy a bit of sad music every once in a while. Sad music counteracts pop songs about butts and comforts listeners in times of need. A recent study sought to investigate why people are so drawn to sad music.
On July 25th,the earliest known video featuring "Sad Violin" was uploaded by YouTuber elmo in a fan-made music video for Final Fantasy X shown below, left. As of Februarythe video has gained over 2 million views and 7, likes. As montage parodies became increasingly popular on YouTube, the use of the song for dramatic effect in comedic videos also became a trend on its own. On March 14th,YouTuber Dankster Prankster uploaded a heavily distorted version titled "I crei everytime" shown below, righta reference to a notorious misspelling of the phrase "I cry everytime".
I can try write all I want about how living in the the gigantic Asian cities of Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong make me feel as a Dutch kid that grew up in a small town. I would need centuries. And the people making it know it too.
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Earlier this year, HeemsRiz MCand Redinho released a quintessential telling of the brown immigrant story in the form of Cashmeretheir debut record as Swet Shop Boys. The multitude of timbres, born out of different percussion instruments, and varied spread of vocal talent across South Asian music have proven to be a treasure-trove for hip-hop and pop producers over the last two decades particularly. These samples often stem from traditional South Asian percussive instruments such as the dholak, tabla, and mridangam, and plucked string instruments such as the the sitar and tumbi.
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