Black Student Joseph Busto Sings On Korean Show – Black Excellence Video

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#JosephButso is an #exchangestudent in #SouthKorea from #Ohio. Recently, he was featured on “I Can See Your Voice,” an #AmericanIdol-like #Korea #realityshow that offers talented singers a chance at stardom. Butso, who bears a striking resemblance to #rapper #TylertheCreator, wowed the #judges with his incredible singing voice and grasp of the #Koreanlanguage. “From looking up the original rendition and just interpreting the context and meaning of the song as described by OP, it seems like the original songs verse of “We may #smile but we don’t have any other choice” ends in a minor key to convey the deep #grief and #pain associated to the bandmates suicide.
Joseph made that line end in a major key, which does a few things; it is obviously more uplifting, it is a novel way of singing that verse, causing the surprised expression, it provides more closure to an otherwise sad memory, a memory that would by awkward for Joseph to honor by singing it the original way since he is still a foreigner why should he care so much – that would make him sound like he is mimicking and therefore unauthentic. Instead by singing it a different way he is showing he not only understands the music he is singing but also has enough cultural understanding to pay homage to the highly respected and endeared artist. Therein lies the unique, which leads to their surprised reaction.” #blackisbeautiful #blackboyjoy #problack #rbg #blackexcellence #foodforthought #blackgirlsrock #blackgirlmagic #blackwomenrock @dp_mind.and.soul #17thsoulja #BlackIG17th

Thank @serggutta for the find #JosephButso is an #exchangestudent in #SouthKorea from #Ohio. Recently, he was featured on “I Can See Your Voice,” an #AmericanIdol-like #Korea #realityshow that offers talented singers a chance at stardom. Butso, who bears a striking resemblance to #rapper #TylertheCreator, wowed the #judges with his incredible singing voice and grasp of the #Koreanlanguage. “From looking up the original rendition and just interpreting the context and meaning of the song as described by OP, it seems like the original songs verse of “We may #smile but we don’t have any other choice” ends in a minor key to convey the deep #grief and #pain associated to the bandmates suicide. Joseph made that line end in a major key, which does a few things; it is obviously more uplifting, it is a novel way of singing that verse, causing the surprised expression, it provides more closure to an otherwise sad memory, a memory that would by awkward for Joseph to honor by singing it the original way since he is still a foreigner why should he care so much – that would make him sound like he is mimicking and therefore unauthentic. Instead by singing it a different way he is showing he not only understands the music he is singing but also has enough cultural understanding to pay homage to the highly respected and endeared artist. Therein lies the unique, which leads to their surprised reaction.” #blackisbeautiful #blackboyjoy #problack #rbg #blackexcellence #foodforthought #blackgirlsrock #blackgirlmagic #blackwomenrock @dp_mind.and.soul #17thsoulja #BlackIG17th

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