What is Conscious Music?

So what is Conscious Music? I’m pretty sure most of us have heard of Conscious Music. We just don’t know it’s called Conscious Music.

Conscious Music is basically songs that give positive energy. The lyrics are uplifting, it’s about spreading love, peace, unity etc. It is definitely NOT about anger, sex, fighting and f***-ing. It is also definitely NOT those emo songs that we hear on the radio where we tend to pretend we are a part of the music video (That’s when we turn our heads and look out the window especially when it rains while singing along. =P )

Conscious Music is about the message that one gets from the lyrics. It doesn’t matter what is the genre, tempo or beat. In fact, Conscious Music has been around since John Lennon’s or Bob Marley’s era.

One of my favourite Conscious Music is The Black Eyed Peas’ Where Is The Love? (I’m sure you know this awesome song too! =D ) Click this link to check out the original music video of The Black Eyed Peas’ Where Is The Love. On August 31, 2016, The Black Eyed Peas released a newer version of Where Is The Love ft The World.

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You can also check out Conscious Music Movement or their Facebook page to know more about Conscious Music or the community. (No, I wasn’t paid to advertise for Conscious Music Movement). I just think it’s a good platform to know more about Conscious Music and to get connected with like-minded musicians or anyone for that matter.

So, which Conscious Music impacted you the most? Do share your thoughts by clicking the “Leave A Comment” button at the top of this post.

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