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Educating excellence within the arts from a biblical worldview, equipping younger Christians for a lifetime of service to God with their art – a New Period of artists who select to use their art to glorify God. Upon first pay attention, I am not fairly sure that I know what’s happening in IU’s Paletteâ€ â€” a music sung nearly completely in Korean â€” solely that I adore it. There are a number of words in English (sizzling pink,â€ pajamas,â€ lipstickâ€), nevertheless it’s the chorus that reveals something recognizable: I prefer it, I’m 25,â€ she sings breathily above a groovy bass line that sounds extra R.&B. than anything. Ooh, I acquired this, I am actually nice.â€ (I doubt that. Has anybody ever been truly positiveâ€?) The music video reveals IU in flux between youthful lengthy hair and a modern bob, performing maturity by doing things like selecting a purple shade over baby pink, carrying stodgy striped pajamas and listening to vinyl. We’ve all been by this phase before â€” someone’s having some rising pains.
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