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AMBER MARK - WORTH IT (SONG)


Digital
Jasmine / PMR / EMI 20UMGIM36472


TRACKS
23.04.2021
Digital Jasmine / PMR / EMI 20UMGIM36472 (UMG)
1. Worth It
4:18
   

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VersionLängeTitelLabel
Nummer
Format
Medium
Datum
4:18Worth ItJasmine / PMR / EMI
20UMGIM36472
Single
Digital
23.04.2021
4:18Three Dimensions DeepEMI
EMICD 2046
Album
CD
28.01.2022
MUSIC DIRECTORY
Amber MarkAmber Mark: Discographie / Fan werden
SONGS VON AMBER MARK
All The Work
Bliss
Bubbles
Can You Hear Me?
Competition
Conexão
Cosmic
Darkside
Event Horizon
Fate (John Legend feat. Amber Mark)
FOMO
Foreign Things
Generous
Healing Hurts
Heat (Paul Woolford & Amber Mark)
Heatwave
Journey Into The Unknown
Just Friends (Chromeo feat. Amber Mark)
Lose My Cool
Love Is Stronger Than Pride
Love Me Right
Mixer
Most Men
Most Men - A COLORS SHOW
On & On
One
Out Of This World
Regret
S P A C E
Softly
Turnin' Pages
Way Back
What If
What It Is
Worth It
You've Got To Feel (Empress Of feat. Amber Mark)
ALBEN VON AMBER MARK
3:33am
Three Dimensions Deep
 
REVIEWS
Durchschnittliche Bewertung: 4.67 (Reviews: 3)
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*****
Bap bap-bap bap bap ba ba bap-bap - wie ich diese Stimme mag. Smothe Klänge, recht gut vorantreibender Rhythmus und eine Melodie die auch recht ansprechend klingt, hören wir hier von der amerikanischen Sängerin. Sehr fein, sehr schön.
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Ordentliche RnB Nummer
*****
Let's talk about impostor syndrome. It's probably the thing that hits the hardest for me and why I feel like I constantly have to prove myself to my own detriment. That manifests in me being an absolute try hard who gets way too competitive in the most frivolous of games and constantly ends up a villain in the grand scheme of things. It's another of those symptoms of my upbringing and feeling like an outsider in every conceivable way: I was the one who moved in interstate, I was the one who was younger than everyone, I was the one without common sense and intuition in real life. So I always needed to prove myself because positive feedback is something that really lifts me up, while negative feedback is the complete opposite. It's probably why I ended up min-maxing in real life, being hopeless in athletics, but a mathematical wunderkind. Then some other things happened and 5 years ago I became a world record holder. It's not especially something that will change your life overnight, but for me it gave a position of respect that helped me feel comfortable. After all, self-doubt kicks in a lot and in a lot of cases I feel unqualified to speak my mind unless I feel I have a perspective only I can share. It's probably why I can have such strongly held opinions at times, because often times they're so specific that I can't rely on someone else to do the talking for me. Nonetheless, the funny thing about impostor syndrome is that it kicks in regardless of the circumstances. If you're knowingly mediocre at something, you question if it really is your calling (for instance, I do not fancy myself an adept Rocket League player. Literally every player I ever go against in ranked games has technical ability that far outscales my own, so it ends up feeling like I've somehow fluked my way into a rank I don't belong in. It's quite disheartening when I get a teammate who will call me out on this and I can't really respond because even I don't know what makes me as good as them). On the other hand, if you are apparently good at something, and often have it said to you, you start to question if you're a fraud, if everyone's just being nice to you because it's common courtesy. I'm always seeking out new accomplishments to improve my sense of well-being but it's so easy to write them off. Even as I write this piece I wonder if I'm running my life story into the ground for the umpteenth time, especially with the knowledge that I'm very privileged to be given the opportunities I've had in life, and really everyone has their struggles, some are just less open about it. I've dragged this on too long, but my main point here is that Amber Mark's message of 'you think you don't deserve it, but you are so damn worth it', is a really powerful one, and it's something that helps lift my spirits at the worst of times.
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