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  • and there are anything like this before.

    和之前有什麼類似的。

  • This is always the weird part.

    這一直是奇怪的部分。

  • You know, I'm not a TV host or anything.

    你知道,我不是一個電視節目主持人或任何東西。

  • So you guys are going to make history.

    所以你們要創造歷史。

  • And I cried so much high Vogue, it's Jessica Chung.

    而我哭得那麼高Vogue,是鍾麗緹。

  • And today I'm going to be speaking with three artists that are currently on my playlist.

    而今天我要講的是目前在我播放列表中的三位藝術家。

  • Daniel Caesar Division to I love their music and their next up and coming artists.

    丹尼爾-凱撒師到我喜歡他們的音樂和他們接下來的藝術家。

  • I have so many things to say.

    我有很多話想說。

  • Hi, Daniel.

    嗨,丹尼爾

  • Jessica, how are you doing?

    傑西卡,你怎麼樣?

  • So nice to meet you.

    很高興見到你

  • So, Daniel, can you introduce yourself to the Vogue audience?

    那麼,丹尼爾,你能向Vogue的觀眾介紹一下自己嗎?

  • My name is Daniel Caesar and I sing songs.

    我叫丹尼爾-凱撒,我唱歌。

  • I've been the best songs.

    我一直是最好的歌曲。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • You don't know, babe.

    你不知道,寶貝。

  • Are you hoping How did this all start?

    你希望這一切是怎麼開始的?

  • For you could always kind of sing.

    因為你總是能唱出一種。

  • I was always what I would do.

    我一直都是我要做的。

  • So your natural?

    所以,你的自然?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • And also just yeah, in the church and stuff like that.

    也只是呀,在教堂之類的東西。

  • I would have loved to go to that church.

    我很想去那個教堂。

  • And I was up there shaking and scared.

    而我在上面瑟瑟發抖,害怕極了。

  • But it's fun.

    但它的樂趣。

  • I wasn't really a natural like you.

    我並不像你一樣是個天生的人。

  • I was scouted when I was 11.

    我11歲的時候就被偵察到了。

  • I trained for seven years, so I did all the singing lessons, dancing lessons and almost like engineered to be superstars.

    我訓練了7年,所以我做了所有的歌唱課、舞蹈課,幾乎像工程化的超級明星。

  • I guess it kind of is, Yeah, I'm curious like Tell me more about that.

    我想這是一種,是的,我很好奇,就像告訴我更多關於這一點。

  • It's kind of like it's kind of like a private school.

    這有點像它有點像一所私立學校。

  • You know what I'm saying?

    你知道我在說什麼嗎?

  • It's very a lot more strict over there.

    在那邊非常多的嚴格。

  • Like you guys like no alcohol promiscuity like none of that.

    就像你們喜歡不喝酒亂搞一樣,都不喜歡。

  • There's like a no dating rule, no messaging, no emails.

    就像一個沒有約會的規則,沒有消息,沒有郵件。

  • Like for years.

    就像多年來。

  • It was just like, you know, I had to go to the office and call my mom.

    這就像,你知道,我不得不去辦公室,給我媽媽打電話。

  • Do they ever explain their reasoning?

    他們有沒有解釋過自己的理由?

  • Or it's kind of just like, I guess they wanted you in the zone.

    或者說,我猜他們想讓你在這個區域。

  • You've been here right?

    你來過這裡吧?

  • Korea is always one of my favorite spots.

    韓國一直是我最喜歡的地方之一。

  • So did you drink a lot of soul?

    那你是不是喝了很多靈魂?

  • Do you drink soju?

    你喝燒酒嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • What's that thing you guys do when you like taking two fingers and hit the cap off or something like that takes some skills, though I'm curious how you develop your personal style and like your writing skills and as far as musical influences growing up, it was a lot of Stevie Wonder and Boyz Two Men, Kirk Franklin, because you mentioned voices to men.

    你們做的那件事是什麼,當你喜歡拿兩個手指打掉蓋子之類的東西需要一些技巧,雖然我很好奇你是如何發展你的個人風格和喜歡你的寫作技巧,至於音樂影響成長,這是很多Stevie Wonder和Boyz Two Men,Kirk Franklin,因為你提到了對男人的聲音。

  • I went to their concert in Vegas and I cried so much water, that was amazing.

    我去看了他們在拉斯維加斯的演唱會,我哭得稀里嘩啦,太神奇了。

  • And I'm I'm probably gonna cry when I see you saying to I'm a very emotional person.

    而我我可能會哭,當我看到你說到我是一個非常情緒化的人。

  • So out of all your songs and you had to pick one favorite Yeah.

    所以,從你所有的歌曲中,你必須選擇一個最喜歡的 是啊。

  • What would it be best?

    什麼才是最好的?

  • Probably the best part.

    可能是最好的部分。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Best part Entropy.

    最好的部分熵。

  • That's far Entropy get you, Get you Let's go get you.

    那是很遠的,熵得到你,得到你,讓我們去得到你。

  • I mean, I knew it was going to be hard for you, right?

    我是說,我知道這對你來說很困難,對嗎?

  • Anyway, Thank you for your time.

    總之,謝謝你的時間。

  • And thank you for joining me today, Daniel.

    謝謝你今天來參加我的會議,丹尼爾。

  • I had so much fun and really like the next time in California to come to a show.

    我玩得很開心,真的很喜歡下次在加州來參加演出。

  • I can definitely have some social with you.

    我一定可以和你有一些社交。

  • Let's do it.

    我們開始吧

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • So I started my career when I was scouted when I was 11.

    所以我11歲的時候就開始了我的職業生涯,我是在11歲的時候被挖角的。

  • I trained for seven years and my debut album was when I was 18 with a girl band.

    我訓練了7年,我的首張專輯是在我18歲的時候和一個女子樂隊合作的。

  • My dream was never to become a singer as a trainee Like when I took vocal lessons.

    我的夢想從來都不是像上聲樂課那樣成為一名練習生歌手。

  • Most of the songs that I listened to and we're learning to sing was R and B artists like Mariah Carey.

    我聽的歌和我們學唱的歌大多是R和B類歌手,比如瑪麗亞-凱莉。

  • Whitney Houston.

    惠特尼-休斯頓

  • I felt like Wow, I want to sing that kind of song.

    我覺得哇,我想唱那種歌。

  • It really inspired me to become a singer.

    它真的啟發了我成為一名歌手。

  • Hi, guys.

    嗨,夥計們。

  • Hi.

    嗨,我的天

  • Thank you for joining me.

    謝謝你加入我的行列。

  • Thanks for having us.

    謝謝你邀請我們。

  • How did you discover us?

    你是怎麼發現我們的?

  • My sister, actually.

    其實是我妹妹

  • Thank you, sister.

    謝謝你,姐姐。

  • She loved your music.

    她喜歡你的音樂。

  • And then I listened to it and it was, like, just perfect.

    然後我聽了它,它是一樣,只是完美。

  • We'll make your whole body smile.

    我們會讓你全身微笑。

  • How would you guys describe the division?

    你們怎麼形容這個部門?

  • Sound constantly evolving, constantly evolving.

    聲音不斷髮展,不斷演變。

  • I love that.

    我喜歡這樣

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • The one thing with division is yes, absolutely were rooted in R and B, but we always want to find a way to shock people and to throw different elements into things.

    師的一件事是的,絕對是紮根於R和B,但我們總是想找到一種方式來震驚人們,並將不同的元素扔進事情中。

  • The one thing I want to be known for when it's all said and done, is that as soon as you think you know what to expect from us, you're going to get surprised.

    有一件事我想知道,當這一切都結束後,就是當你認為你知道我們的期望時,你會感到驚訝。

  • What were your biggest influences?

    對你影響最大的是什麼?

  • The Michael Jackson's The Stevie Wonder is the Jay Z All the people that lay these foundations of, like, legendary music that you can listen to now and still listen to, you know, 10 years from now, 20 years from now.

    邁克爾-傑克遜的史蒂夫-奇蹟是傑伊-Z所有的人,奠定了這些基礎的,像,傳奇音樂,你可以聽現在,仍然聽,你知道,10年後,20年後。

  • But it's not easy to have a song that after a year or even after a couple of months, people want to listen to you again.

    但是,一首歌要在一年後甚至幾個月後,大家還想再聽你的歌,是不容易的。

  • And I think it's getting worse now, in a sense, because it's like so much of like a binge culture.

    我認為這是越來越糟糕了,在某種意義上, 因為它像這麼多的像一個狂歡文化。

  • We've always tried to try to make music that we felt like could push through that you guys are going to make history.

    我們一直在努力嘗試做我們覺得可以推崇的音樂,你們要創造歷史。

  • Hope?

    希望?

  • Hopefully, God willing, God willing, I think this is also the first album we've had that has so many songs that work in crowd settings, social gathering way.

    希望,天意,天意,我想這也是我們的第一張專輯,有這麼多的歌曲,在人群場合,社交聚會的方式下都能用。

  • It's your turn to weigh.

    輪到你來稱了。

  • What I like about it is the fact that a lot of people have, whether message or commented are damned or spoken about it and kind of said to just help them get through it.

    我喜歡的是,很多人都有,不管是留言還是評論都是該死的,或者說是說的,有點說只是幫助他們度過難關。

  • So for us it was like we did something right.

    所以對我們來說,這就像我們做了一件正確的事情。

  • At least If this wasn't for us, it's just for you guys.

    至少如果這不是為了我們,只是為了你們。

  • Awesome.

    厲害啊

  • I was waiting for it to, so thank you for releasing it.

    我一直在等著它,所以謝謝你把它放出來。

  • I think you guys have like a really huge fan base here.

    我想你們在這裡有一個非常龐大的粉絲群。

  • We love your music.

    我們喜歡你的音樂。

  • You know what is BTS from Yes, it's the main singer, one of them is a fan, and I don't remember his name.

    你知道Yes的BTS是什麼嗎,是主唱,其中有一個是粉絲,我不記得他的名字了。

  • Forgive me, but definitely shout out to them.

    原諒我,但一定要向他們喊話。

  • I've seen them tweet up the music and big up the music school.

    我看到他們在微博上大肆宣傳音樂,大肆宣傳音樂學院。

  • Anyways, I hope to see you guys soon, and maybe we can do something together in the future.

    總之,我希望能儘快見到你們,也許以後我們可以一起做點什麼。

  • We got to make that happen, that's for sure.

    我們得讓它發生,這是肯定的。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Thank you for joining me.

    謝謝你加入我的行列。

  • Cool.

    爽啊

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • Thanks for calling.

    謝謝你的來電。

  • Bye, guys.

    再見,夥計們。

  • I recently released my first fiction novel.

    我最近發表了我的第一本小說。

  • It follows a young Korean American girl who moves to Seoul at a young age and trains 24 7 for her chance to shine in Korea.

    該片講述了一個美籍韓裔少女年少時移居首爾,為了在韓國發光發熱,24小時不間斷地訓練。

  • When I came here, I was a bit homesick.

    來這裡的時候,我有點想家。

  • I missed my friends.

    我想念我的朋友們。

  • I missed, you know, just the fast food, the mall, the, um, the freedom.

    我錯過了,你知道,只是快餐,商場, 嗯,自由。

  • So it was a learning process for me, but I guess I was young and I could adjust.

    所以這對我來說是一個學習的過程,但我想我還年輕,我可以適應。

  • I kind of tackled it one by one and kind of got to where I want it to be.

    我算是一個一個地解決了,算是到了我想要的地方。

  • High ravine A How are you?

    高山溝A你好嗎?

  • I'm good.

    我很好

  • I love your voice.

    我喜歡你的聲音。

  • I think it's just so enchanting.

    我覺得它實在是太迷人了。

  • Well, I was a member and out of all your songs that you've written.

    好吧,我是一個成員,在你所有的歌曲中,你已經寫了。

  • If you would have to pick one song to tell the Vogue audience to listen to, what would it be?

    如果要選一首歌告訴《Vogue》的聽眾,那會是什麼?

  • I think it would be pedal.

    我想應該是踏板。

  • I don't have too many people know that song because it's literally like the Outro lucid, and I think it's one of my favorite things I've ever made.

    我沒有太多人知道這首歌,因為它簡直就像Outro lucid,我覺得這是我最喜歡的東西之一。

  • So I would say, Listen to Peto and watch the video.

    所以我想說,聽佩託的話,看視頻。

  • You know, I hate to put you on the spot, but can you sing us a little tune of Peto?

    我不想讓你出醜,但你能給我們唱首佩託的小曲嗎?

  • Yeah, when I feel like a petal flow in through the fate.

    是啊,當我覺得自己的命運像花瓣流進來的時候。

  • Well, I spent a lot of my teens and early twenties in a really confused and anxious and depressed state.

    好吧,我花了很多我的十幾歲和二十幾歲的早期 在一個真正的困惑和焦慮和抑鬱的狀態。

  • A lot of my music is about healing and about the journey of just like becoming a better human being, a more in touch human being.

    我的很多音樂都是關於治癒和關於成為一個更好的人的旅程,一個更接觸的人。

  • I I sense that because your music is very calm and soothing.

    我,我感覺到了,因為你的音樂是非常平靜和舒緩的。

  • Yeah, a lot of it is, but I think I have a lot more sides to express because I'm, of course, like drawn to that energy.

    是的,很多都是,但我認為我有更多的側面來表達,因為我,當然,喜歡被這種能量所吸引。

  • But, you know, I can definitely be a bit chaotic at times, too, so I'm excited for people to see more of that.

    但是,你知道,我有時也會有點混亂,所以我很高興人們能看到更多的東西。

  • Um, So do you have plans for 2021 like new music or a new collaboration?

    嗯,那麼你在2021年有什麼計劃嗎,比如新的音樂或者新的合作?

  • Definitely.

    絕對是

  • New music.

    新的音樂。

  • I can't say much, but I am working on a lot of new music, new visuals right now and kind of entering in a new, like era of my art right now.

    我不能說太多,但我現在正在創作很多新的音樂,新的視覺效果,並且進入了一個新的,就像我現在的藝術時代。

  • And it's really exciting.

    而這真的很令人興奮。

  • And I hope to share some of it in 2021.

    而我希望在2021年能分享一些。

  • I don't want to make any promises, but I can't wait.

    我不想做任何承諾,但我等不及了。

  • Yeah, it's gonna make your You're so talented.

    是啊,它會讓你的 你是如此的才華。

  • Thank you for joining me.

    謝謝你加入我的行列。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • Thanks so much.

    謝謝你了

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • I definitely wanted to introduce to you guys these three artists.

    我肯定要給你們介紹這三位藝術家。

  • I love their music.

    我喜歡他們的音樂。

  • And, um, they're always on my playlist, and you should definitely take a listen.

    而且,嗯,他們總是在我的播放列表, 你一定要聽。

  • Hi, Vogue.

    嗨,Vogue

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和之前有什麼類似的。

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