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    Colbie Caillat is a pop artist who loves to love love, and she’s not afraid of letting the whole world know all about it repeatedly in her 2007 hit album, Coco. My job is to allow you to learn from my mistakes: NEVER listen to ANY of her music… EVER! It’s a down-right shock that she became a part of the music world in the first place, considering her lack of talent. She did, however, and it’s significant to understand her life behind the music, and how she even received the time of day to make her music public in the first place. For instance, the main driving force for then-tween Caillat to get into the music business was, interestingly enough, the film Sister Act 2, in which Lauryn Hill sings in a powerful rendition of “Joyful, Joyful” (Lymangrover,…

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    impressive, but it also provides listeners encouragement and inspiration. As my professor in Thailand once told me about the music that it could be a good mental therapy, I personally agree with him because it propels someone’s spirit in such a way of life. So, music can change the listeners’ minds and thoughts by cheering up and giving some advice. The song “Try” by Colbie Caillat contains powerful encouragement that lets people, especially girls and women, to question and think about…

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    “Try” by Colbie Caillat centers around the idea of valuing self love over peer acceptance. An apparent statement in this song is that one must learn to love themselves inside and out. In society today, it is encouraged for women to change to be “beautiful”. Because of this, women try so hard to perfect the outside image when what’s on the inside is what matters most. Girls begin to obsess over what they look like, checking that they look perfect every time they go out in public, and worrying…

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    The media needs to portray honest, realistic views and images of what real women look like. However not all celebrities are a bad influence on the minds of young women like Jamie Lee Curtis or Colbie Caillat. Jamie Lee Curtis is a famous actress from movies like “Freaky Friday” and she decided to do a photo shoot to expose herself to the public. Jamie wanted her photographer to take pictures of her all natural meaning no makeup, no manicure or any photo shop because that’s exactly how she…

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    as the originators, such as Roberta Flack, The Fugees and Colbie Caillat. No matter who sang it first, “Killing Me Softly” continues to evolve and connect to many in a new and ingenious…

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    If rumors about Hollywood singers Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani dating are still on the rise, it's because the non stop flirting between them is broadcasted on national TV. According to IB Times, Stefani did it again during the show The Voice when she commented about Blake while the blind auditions was happening. It was also when a contestant who seems like a mix of Colbie Caillat and Norah Jones won their ears and all of them are trying to get her on their team. This is the part when the…

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    acceptable to break away and be unique. In the last verse she sings: “Take your makeup off/Let your hair down/Take a breath/Look into the mirror/ Do you like you? /Cause I like you.” A wave of liberal feminism has swept through this generation, and it has been a huge step forwards towards empowering women. While there are some who are still against this movement or believe radically that women are much better than men, the majority have shown some form of support towards changing gender…

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    In the present time, physical beauty is most important. Women cannot be themselves; instead, they have to look like someone else. Colbie Caillat's song, “Try” is about a girl who is trying to be what the world wants her to be; this girl needs to put makeup on, run the extra mile and keep it slim so the world will like her. Caillat then goes on to tell girls they do not have to try to be what the world (media) wants them to be. She then sings about not having to “bend until you break” and ends…

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    her gender, or complaining that his little sister prioritizes her iPad over playing outside. But, how often do you hear someone doing something about it? While yes, education and getting your word out is a big part of stopping these ideas we must put the new ideas into action. I am here to tell you that there are people making a big impact and more people need to stop complaining and join the impact movement. Photoshop was a big trend for big magazines like Vogue and Ralph Lauren from about…

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    anybody to know about their depression so they post happy and joyful pictures, captions and statuses. The same is true in real life, depression isn 't something you want everybody to know about so you put on a charade for everybody around so they don 't know about the depression (Sunstrum). If it 's really thought about, most social media users probably have smiling depression. One way to help fix your feeling about body image is to listen to self-empowering music videos and some encouraging…

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