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How Music Changes Your Childhood

Author : micky martin

Teenagers are the foremost reason for 70% of record sales in the USA today. These children are smart with technology, more advanced than some adults selling Apple iPods, are musically adept at early ages (below 10 years old) and have a knowledge of music beyond compare to generations of the 60s or 30s or BC.

The best time to learn anything is from a young age. Music has boomed and grown at a speed so fast with the help of the internet and technology creating gadgets to playback or stream music. iPods,mobile phones all have storage facility for music and internet access to download or stream music. The price of downloads is within the budget of many teenager’s pocket money, which is why it is no wonder that they are the best fans.

Megastars a few years above the age of teenagers are fantastic examples for children to relate to and see that lead male or female singer as an icon for dress sense, hairstyling, attitude, music genre choice and upbringing. Children that live in the ghetto struggling to rise above poverty may relate to Jay-Z more that Norah Jones, but in the same respect some children from the ghetto may aspire to live a life filled with peace and listen to Norah Jones to calm their minds from the disruptive childhood they may be living.

Even from an early age youth starts to make choices on who they want to be. Children analyse and watch everything that happens from the school playground to the competitive classroom of academics to the sports field, at the shops and in their home. Emotions also affect choice and if a child feels threatened, unhappy, excited or motivated – music can help them support that mood, which can then carry them through life. Artists nowadays are ‘outspoken’ and shock older generations – but their messages are there for those to see that are protected from the real world. Eminem raps about real life, it is explicit but it helps those in desperation to find light and release in their life. Let your children see the good and powerful messages of all music to help them mould their life.

Whether a child is from the ghetto or from the life of the rich and famous, that child chooses their own path and theme song to drive them to rise above the rest or settle for less than they are worth. The most important part of life’s journey is for a parent to explain right and wrong and to do it with music. To show a child the powerful messages music transcends which inevitably affect choices, life paths, moods, partners and career choices is vital. After you have shown them the choice, it is up to them to decide. New age music happens all the time, there is always something new – it creates change and affects children and adults.

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