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35 Best Amine Quotes Of All Time (2023)

Aminé is a hip hop artist from Portland, Oregon. While attending Benson Polytechnic High School, he would use old equipment from the radio programming room to freestyle over popular beats. From there, his love for songwriting blossomed into the early stages of a groundbreaking hip hop music career.

Best Amine Quotes

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“I don’t feel like I’m ever done learning, and that’s the beauty of life.” – Amine quotes

“I’m not afraid to be different, and I think that’s what sets me apart.” – Amine quotes

“When it comes to how people perceive music, it’s a dog-eat-dog world.” – Amine Quotes

“I try to make music that sounds like me, that sounds like my experiences.” – Amine quotes

“I need a Spice Girl, zig-a-zig-ah, fuck up my whole world” – Amine quotes

“I think it’s important for people to be themselves and embrace who they are.” – Amine quotes

“I think everyone should be able to love who they want to love, no matter what.” – Amine quotes

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“I try to be a voice for people who feel like they don’t have one.” – Amine quotes

“I think it’s important to talk about things that people might not want to talk about.” – Amine quotes

“I want to inspire people to be themselves and not be afraid to express themselves.” – Amine quotes

“I’m trying to spread positivity through my music.” – Amine quotes

“I want to make music that people can feel and relate to.” – Amine quotes

“I want to make music that has a message behind it.” – Amine quotes

“I’m always trying to push the envelope and take risks.”

“I want to be a positive role model for young people.”

“F.U.B.U.’ is one of my favorite songs ever. It just like touches me – I almost like cry when I heard that song.”

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“That’s just me as an artist. I say what needs to be said.”

“I know that when it comes to your friends, especially in the music industry, we work so much and do so much that we don’t even really keep track of our days, or keep track of our health, or keep track of our mental health. Sometimes we just go astray.”

“Addressing politics in my music’ is such a phrase, a sentence on paper, that I hate. That’s not really me because at the end of the day, I wasn’t a political science major and I wasn’t educated in that sense so I hate when people talk about things they don’t know anything about.”

“I think it’s important to be true to yourself and not compromise who you are.”

“I believe that anything is possible if you work hard enough.”

“What keeps me going or keeps me wanting to do more music is just knowing that I can provide for my family.”

“I want to make music that people can dance to, but also feel something.”

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“I loved growing up in Portland because I’m not from L.A. or New York or Chicago or some cool city… It was a very regular suburban life.”

“I think it’s important to stay grounded and not let success go to your head.”

“I want to create a legacy that people will remember me by.”

“I think it’s important to have fun and not take yourself too seriously.”

“I don’t know Prince’s music like the back of my hand, but I was always a fan of him as an artist – just the way he was a person who did not care about what people thought and did his own thing and I thought that was so cool.”

“I believe that music has the power to bring people together.”

“I hate conforming to what people expect me to do.”

“I want to make music that people can escape to.”

“I think it’s important to surround yourself with positive people who uplift you.”

“I want to make music that makes people feel good.”

“My music is colorful. The intention for it is to be good for whoever’s listening to it, and my style is good for me.”

“I believe that love and positivity can conquer hate and negativity.”

“I try to be a voice for people like they don’t have one.”

“I felt like an outsider in middle school. Horrible.”

“I want to use my platform to make a positive impact in the world.”

“I believe that everyone has a purpose and a reason for being here.”

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