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Don't Ignore The Asian Vote In 2020 | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | NetflixThe Asian American population has grown large enough to swing elections, but it remains one of the least politically active groups in the country. Hasan travels to Asian American communities to hear the issues that matter to voters and to sit down with two politicians running to represent them––presidential candidates Andrew Yang and Cory Booker. Hasan also reaches out to more conservative voices in the Asian American community, but gets barred from an event featuring Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Donald Trump. Watch Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/80239931 #Netflix #PatriotAct #HasanMinhaj Subscribe: https://bit.ly/2OHQXpO About Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: New episodes, new topics, every Sunday - only on Netflix. Hasan Minhaj brings an incisive and nuanced perspective to global news, politics, and culture in his unique comedy series. Subscribe to the Patriot Act channel now to stay up to date with episode clips and original content from Hasan and the Patriot Act team. About Netflix Netflix is the world's leading internet entertainment service with over 151 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Connect with Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj Online: Visit Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2JbZISS Like Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj on FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2R5RAWY Follow Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj on TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2CWqPkN Follow Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj on INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2OH80Ir
jaye - TOMORROWSPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/track/2bFmJG4IVQuHbkNXr1G16d?si=bnCFBnIvSK6hBGQaljl6Jw APPLE MUSIC: https://music.apple.com/sg/album/tomorrow-single/1484625129 MERCH: https://www.instagram.com/jayefunk/ It’s not so bad Oh don’t be sad Drink some red baby I’ll be dead tomorrow Oh Tomorrow I haven’t been sleeping much I haven’t been eating much I don’t give a fuck You better do what your told I haven’t been thinking much I haven’t been feeling much I don’t give a fuck You better do what your told No the drugs don’t work No the booze don’t work No the sex don’t work No the money don’t work Now my body don’t work The biggest fear of all Is really fearing nothing at all It’s not so bad Oh don’t be sad Drink some red baby I’ll be dead tomorrow Oh Tomorrow It’s so bad Oh don’t be sad Drink some red baby I’ll be dead tomorrow Oh Tomorrow 1,2,3,4 Counting my blessings i’m thankful for 5,6,7,8 I’m in too deep yeah Who can relate? Sometimes I don’t understand How I’m so lucky Stay with me When I’m not strong Sway with me Will I die young? It’s not so bad Oh don’t be sad Drink some red baby I’ll be dead tomorrow Oh Tomorrow It’s not so bad Oh don’t be sad I’m in bed baby I’ll be dead tomorrow Oh Tomorrow Romancing with the thought of my end (tomorrow) Dancing with a knife to my chest (tomorrow) Romancing with the thought of my end (tomorrow) I’m crashing but I gave it my best I gave it my best In order to cope with life, jaye thinks about death every day. The Singaporean musician takes the practice from a Bhutan tradition, though he has his own reasons for such meditation. His debut single, “TOMORROW,” embodies an optimistic gloom about his current life and all the choices that led him to today. jaye fell into a spiral when he realized his life wouldn’t play out the way it was “supposed to.” As an only child in his culture, he is expected to care for his parents in their old age. At the same time, his wife’s happiness in their life together is paramount, but they knew that if they were to truly start their life together, they could no longer live with jaye’s parents. So he made the painful choice to move out. The decision came when he penned “TOMORROW,” with tears streaming down his face and the prospect of abandoning his mother weighing heavily on him. Depression and guilt enveloped jaye, triggering memories of his darkest moments, all of which fuel the track. It was co-written with Kyle Patrick and co-produced with him and Will Snyder and plays like a depraved carnival tune, which, in addition to the art and music video direction, draws parallels to the infamous supervillain the Joker, and the recent film directed by Todd Philips. The music video was directed and conceptualized by bless7up. “TOMORROW” alludes to jaye’s history with suicidal ideation. In fact, he has contemplated it so many times that he considers himself lucky to be alive. Ultimately he stopped fearing death—and everything else—which created something worse than fear: apathy. He enjoyed freedom when he was living overseas but too much of a good thing can turn sour; eventually his heavy drinking became the only way to numb his loneliness. Looking back, though, he is hopeful. Knowing that he made it through may inspire others to hang on until they see the light. jaye has been part of a number of projects under several aliases, spanning the globe. He began in a folk-rock duo, then fronted a funk group until he moved to the UK. His vices ran rampant as a DJ for an X-Factor finalist. Then after his return to Singapore, he earned over 1 million streams and landed on the viral charts with his comedy raps as the AZN SEN$ATION. Now he claims the simple mononym jaye, under which he plans to share his most complex emotions—the gleeful terror of ”TOMORROW” is just the start.