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Bienestar

Updated: Sep 13, 2023



Artist: Dkarlos

Age: 20 Country: Colombia


Es un rap que busca concientizar a los jovenes sobre la importancia del bienestar y el arte.


Lyrics:

El bienestar es estar bien con tu mente

Es estar en un viernes con tu gente

Cómo Superstar en un rap contundente

Se trata de superarse y vivir el presente


En el rap demuestro autonomía y resiliencia

Si me quiero expresar nadie me silencia

Tengo silenciador pa una recarga de conciencia

Si te identificas con esto no es una coincidencia


La base de mi autonomía es mi autoidentidad

Mi origen son las letras un autóctono verbal

Autonomía es tomar la decisión de rapear

Y digan lo que digan en consecuencia actuar


Bien estar es poder expresarme al cantar.

Y que más da, soy feliz al momento de rimar


Contribuir a la sociedad se vuelve algo vital

Eres único y recuerda tienes algo que aportar

Cómo músico de letras lo debes comunicar

Encuentra valor en ti mismo ayudando a los demás


No temas expresar lo que hay en tu corazón , escucha este tema y conecta con tu pasion, estoy contratando letras a medio tiempo

Para hacer empleabilidad en una canción


No pierdas el rumbo invierte en tu educación

Nunca veas al estudio como una obligación

Sino como una oportunidad de reflejarse en el bello mundo del aprendizaje


Bien estar es poder expresarme al cantar

y que más da, soy feliz al momento de rimar


Libre de practicar mis creencias

Intimidad con mi rap y las letras

Sin discriminar libertad de conciencia

Y desarrollarse como consecuencia


Son secuencias de sonido diario

Solo buenos hábitos alimentarios

Yo me alimento de rap y diccionarios

Mi cabeza llena de enciclopedias y glosarios


Salud depende de una buena nutrición,

Futuro depende de una buena educación

Desarrollo es vivir sin discriminación

Bienestar es escuchar la rap generación


Bien estar, es poder expresarme al cantar

Y que más da, soy feliz al momento rimar.


English:

Well-being is being at ease with your mind,

It's being on a Friday with your people,

Like a Superstar in a powerful rap,

It's about self-improvement and living in the present.


In rap, I demonstrate autonomy and resilience,

If I want to express myself, no one silences me,

I have a silencer for a reload of conscience,

If you relate to this, it's not a coincidence.


The foundation of my autonomy is my self-identity,

My origin is the words, a verbal native,

Autonomy is making the decision to rap,

And no matter what they say, acting accordingly.


Well-being is being able to express myself through song,

And what does it matter? I'm happy when I rhyme.


Contributing to society becomes something vital,

You are unique, and remember, you have something to offer,

As a lyricist, you must communicate it,

Find value in yourself by helping others.


Don't be afraid to express what's in your heart,

Listen to this song and connect with your passion,

I'm hiring lyrics part-time,

To create employability in a song.


Don't lose your way, invest in your education,

Never see studying as an obligation,

But as an opportunity to reflect in the beautiful world of learning.


Well-being is being able to express myself through song,

And what does it matter? I'm happy when I rhyme.


Free to practice my beliefs,

Intimacy with my rap and the lyrics,

Without discriminating, freedom of conscience,

And personal growth as a consequence.


These are daily sound sequences,

Only good dietary habits,

I feed on rap and dictionaries,

My head filled with encyclopedias and glossaries.


Health depends on good nutrition,

The future depends on a good education,

Development is living without discrimination,

Well-being is listening to the rap generation.


Well-being is being able to express myself through song,

And what does it matter? I'm happy when I rhyme.


Disclaimer: Entries to the Art for Well-Being Competition (“Artwork”) have been developed by members of the public. The named artist(s) alone are responsible for the views expressed in the Artwork. Presenting the Artwork by PMNCH/WHO does not imply that they or any content contained therein are endorsed or recommended by PMNCH/WHO or represent the decisions or the policies of PMNCH/WHO. Furthermore, the mention of specific companies or of certain manufacturers’ products does not imply that they are endorsed or recommended by PMNCH/WHO in preference to others of a similar nature that are not mentioned.

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This song talks about all the elements of wellbeing: autonomy, education and employment, nutrition, community, and support. very good song and lyrics

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Coolkie
Coolkie
Sep 15, 2023

The Best song!!

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