Saturday, May 25, 2019

FB Scoop: Management of Shanti Dope Calls Out Misleading Interpretation of 'Amatz,' Questions PDEA Call to Ban Song




Images courtesy of Facebook: Shanti Dope

58 comments:

  1. It depends on how you give meaning to the song. Wala nmang nabanggit in particular.

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    1. Read between the lines

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    2. Ang pagkakagets ko nga maigi ng mahigh sa musika kaysa sa droga.

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  2. I think the high he was referring to was from the music. Sa isang verse sinasabi na hindi sya gagaya sa tatay nya na ang high galing sa gramo

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  3. Pati ba naman kanta pinag.iinitan

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    1. 12:42, yan na, sa paganyan-ganyan nag uumpisa yan. Pa simple lang. Itong admin na ito ang gusto ng mga masa, kaya, mag handa na.... More to come!

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    2. 1:38 tama ka

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    3. Sa admin talaga ang blame? Haller remember eraserheads alapaap na pina ban ni tito sotto. Kaya nagkaroon ng subtle diss track na spolarium.

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    4. 1:38 nung 90s, naging controversial din ang song ng eheads at gustong iban. Pasimple lang din ba ang admin nun?

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  4. jusko daming jologs ngayon na naglalabaasan

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    1. He looks like that but he's one of the best lyricists around. Sya ang peg na magle lead sa next generation of local rap artists.

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    2. Actually, Shanti Dope's album is dope. Incomparable to the jologs rappers that you have listened to. Gloc 9 discovered him. Meaning there is so much potential.

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    3. Looks can be deceiving oi. Mukha lang siyang burgis pero if you listen to his song may meaning. Ganda ng lyrics and beat.

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    4. Ganda ng lyrics parang “hindi niya alam kung gaano ka kalinamnam” yeah ganda nga

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    5. 9:28 pero aminin may potential siya. ang daming deep tagalog words sa mga kanta niyang kung hindi mo pa igogoogle hindi mo pa malalaman. guidance lang kailangan niya

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    6. 1:59 baka iba ang alam mong meaning ng burgis maybe what you meant was mukhang dugyot. Burgis pertains to a high social class (although the French origin means middle class).

      But I will not go that low to bash him. I won’t call him names. I even think he’s a good artist. I’m the commenter here who said to keep the beat but change the lyrics.

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  5. kaloka, freedom of speech, a song is just a song

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    1. No. Every song has a message. They’re not just songs for no reason.

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    2. @ 2:42pm... and people are free to express whatever message they want. Hence, freedom of speech. It’s a slippery slope when the state can just decide to ban something simply because they don’t like it. It’s not as if the song is about getting people to join ISIS?

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  6. ngek sino na naman yang new found jeje artist na iyan

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    1. Excuse me??

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    2. LOL, hindi siya newfound artist. Matagal na yan. Siya yung kumanta ng Nadarang. Yung may lyrics na "Nandyan ka na naman, bat di ko maiwasan..." Pa cool ka naman by pretending na hindi mo siya kilala.

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    3. he's not jeje, maybe you are. His songs and beats are really dope and very current

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    4. Well, never heard of him pero if he's the singer of "nandyan ka na naman" ahm yes, jeje nga for me. Parang same level lang ng mga batallion or whatever. I prefer to listen to songs na may class at substance.

      - Not 1:27

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  7. Gumawa kasi kayo ng matinong kanta!

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    1. Paki google ng lyrics.

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    2. 1:34 that’s not even the point. the government should not have a say in what you can and cannot listen to.

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    3. Hindi ko pa alam ang lyrics nung song pero I disagree with 7:23 na wala dapat pakialam ang government sa mga songs na nilalabas. Does that mean wala na din dapat pakialam ang government sa mga shows and movies na ilalabas? Hello mtrcb, hindi na pala kayo kailangan.

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    4. 2:44 where was this censorship sa mga explicit lyrical content ni Cardi B, Eminem, at kung sino sino pa diyan? Selective sila sa censorship, ang kanta kanya-kanyang interpretasyon based on your own experience na makarelate aside from the composer's intent. Gamit utak minsan please

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    5. @2:44pm those are guidelines for mature content. If the government want to slap an age rating on his album or music then they can do so. But to outright ban something because they don’t like their own interpretation of something sets a dangerous precedent against freedom of speech.

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  8. Nung bata ako may ganitong issue ang Eheads with Alapaap ata. Pwede ba hayaan na natin ang artist interpretation, Ed Sheeran has Bloodstream parang wala lang. Saka may mga state na nga na legal yan for recreational use, stop being so sensitive at magfocus sa mga totoong issue like bigfish na until now 3 years na wala pa ding nahuhuli.

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    1. yung kanta din ni Ed Sheeran na The A-Team about prostitution so she could buy drugs

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  9. Then the government should call out Unique's song about or inspired by O-Zone tragedy.

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  10. Narinig ko na to randomly sa spotify with the tatak pinoy playlist. Sobrang ingay at wlang ka sense sense tlga. So tama lang din nmn na e ban yan. Mas maraming better music na pakinggan kesa dito.

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    1. Hindi mo nagets yung lyrics kasi deep? Paki google.

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    2. Pag ni google ba 2:12, andun ung interpretation ng song? Sa taas ka pa eh.. Obviously, u like the song, honestly, i don't even know it. Pero anong sense ng pag google? Enlighten me.

      -not 1:51

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    3. I have no idea with this song. Then nakita ko trending ang Shanti Dope. I got curious and checked, nakita ko lyrics and I think it's nice lyrics in it. Di ko magets bat ganun interpretation ng PDEA. Or yung nag interpret sa kanila, madumi talaga utak.

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    4. hahaha butthurt is 212, gen z snowflake

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    5. So just because you don't like the song, ipapa-ban mo? May choice ka naman na huwag pakinggan. Di ko rin gusto ang kanta pero trip nya yan, as long as wala suang natatapakan o pinapatay, let this person have his right to freedom of expression.

      Kung mang may taong ayaw sa boses mo, sabihin nya sa yo na bawal ka magsalita, ok lang sa yo?

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  11. Daming time ng PDEA.

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  12. PDEA, you're interpreting the song in a wrong way. For me, it discourages the use of any chemical para magkaroon ka ng amatz. Sabi nga niya "di bale ng musika ang ikamatay kesa pera't atraso, bala ni amo." Pasikat masyado 'tong PDEA. E bakit di niyo sinita o binan yung "wild, young and free" na sikat na sikat dati. OA. Ganda kaya ng beat nung song n8 Shanti. Hahahahaha

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    1. This government is becoming too sensitive and defensive!

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  13. pabida naman tong PDEA.. nung araw nga may mga kanta pa like ALAPAAP, LAKLAK, CHIKININI hahaha pinapasikat nyo lng lalo ung kanta at si shanti dope sa ginagawa nyong yan

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  14. Eh bakit yung song ni Francis M na "Praning" hindi na-ban noon? Tss. Walang utak talaga PDEA. 😡

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  15. Its a song that doesnt promote anything good so just stop creating trash.

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    1. Does a song really have to promote anything good? Ang daming nonsense songs nowadays, some even have explicit lyrics, especially from international artists yet they are allowed to be played sa Pinas. OA lng nitong PDEA!

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  16. I just read the lyrics and obviously it pertains to getting high on w**d or s****ms. As an oldie tama lang na I ban yung song. If the listeners like the beat then change the lyrics then.

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  17. Ilang beses kong inulit yung song, wala naman akong maling narinig hehe. Parang pinaparating na amats niya sa music hindi sa gamot

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  18. Funny yung ibang commenters. Parang mga batang nagpapalusot sa magulang. Those who are born between the 60s and 70s would know what the lyrics mean. And yes tama ang PDEA. The title alone you already know what it pertains to specially if you read the lyrics. Change the lyrics keep the beat.

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    1. So those born in the 80s and 90s don't understand the lyrics? Ganern? What kind of reasoning is that?

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    2. 10:13 ate masyado mong ginawang literal ang kanta "lakas ng amatz ko walang halong kemikal, eto ang pangarap kong liparin and kayang ipadama sayo ng gramo d baleng musika ang ikamatay" obviously he is pertaining to himself kung gaano niya ka gusto at naaappreciate ang musika na hindi na baleng mamatay siya ka kaka compose ng music wag lang sa droga.

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  19. Obviously those defending the lyrics are the younger crowd. What kind of a reasoning is that? Problem with the younger generation humina comprehension, naging snowflake and sensitive when called out. Try to learn history as well.

    Using organic substances was in fad during the late 60s to 70s. So people born in that era are more aware because its use was prolific. So okay ka na?

    Just to be clear I’m also against the war on drugs but let’s call a spade a spade.

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    1. Then why is there "Di bale nang musika ikamatay
      Kesa pera't atraso, bala ng amo" sa lyrcis kung promotion for drugs pala ang habol ng singer na yan?

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    2. @ 7:49pm What on Earth are you talking about? Most people defending this song are doing so with regard to people’s right to freedom of speech. If that’s not good enough reasoning for you, maybe you should move to North Korea.

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  20. Reality: Most people will not memorize the lyrics but will hear the words “lakas ng amats ko”. If you just listen to the song you will not understand the lyrics at all since it’s rap and the words are spoken too fast.

    But thanks to this controversy at least Shanti Dope is now in the consciousness of a lot of Filipinos. Maybe that’s his way to get noticed. Sometimes struggling artists have to do something controversial to be part of the mainstream.

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  21. magbasa ng lyrics at indindihin. high ba at di maintindihan?

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  22. Pormahan ni kuya sa picture pang nick carter ha. LoL.

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