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Chillhop Music : Pretty nice edit. I think it's interesting to look at the future of lofi though and how it can be spun in a way where it doesn't become stale / cheesy (which a large part of the stuff on YouTube already is). It's a great video, but I think a lot of videos and articles just revolve around the circlejerk sad loop thing, whereas I think a lot of value and potential lies in looking how it can evolve and the artists that are actually pushing the sound forward.

ThatViolaKid : Quite literally the most beautiful description of Lo-Fi Hip-Hop....ever. Bravo!

Anthony le Gremlins : I don't want to move so fast because of weed. Lo fi is what my drug brain wants

Last Hit : lo fi is just magic

JustDestiny : Got goose bumps while watching... Such a beautiful video.

M!CAH : "lowercase white text on an stolen image from Tumblr" that's when you know the mix you've clicked on is about to caress you and put you to sleep.

rune titan : I love lofi but it always just feels like a faceless blob. despite listening to hours of lofi and loving it i know only have a handful of songs saved. its not like other genres where i can think of diffferent songs. other than nujabes and a few others all other lofi is just a blob. doesn't help that i am never sure how much i am hearing is actually made by that person and how much is just ripped from some unnamed source with an effect over the top

Lil Saturated : I don't know why people trash talk Lo-Fi so much

KYLEIZABOSS Mansfield : This is the most special video on all of YouTube to me. I get a heavy feeling in my chest that I can’t explain.


Tristan Crumpler : 🅱️emomitized

famitory : it's interesting to me that "lofi" has specifically come to imply lofi hip hop or lofi jazz. i remember back in 2011 when a 190 bpm track could easily be called 'lofi' if it had lots of bitcrusher and tape saturation on it.

XLBZ : this video was pretty *mister* amazing

Lie Likes Music : What mic do you use? Lovin that crispy voice.

Snaziko : I am so glad I found your channel

fsociety : Who is this dude and why isnt he my best friend

Ben : Most lo-fi is way too redundant.

Fjfjfjfjf Fhdndnrnd : Michael from Vscauce teen years

Will : Ah, lofi. I was hoping you would cover this. So damn underrated just like your channel.

John Doe : Focusing on XXXTENTATCION at 1:09. Seems weird now.

Weber Nóbrega : LOFI is a natural medicine to this sick world !

Don't look at my picture : *J I N S A N G A N G*

Relapsation : You kinda sound like the mc from the garden of words' dub, good job dude this video was beautifully made as is all your videos.

Brain In A Cat : I'm going to be open with you here. In my opinion Lo-Fi is modern-day elevator music. It's easy to make, most of it is just created using loops ( instead of recordings, samples or generators like vsts). It's great for having somebody talk over or having a melodramatic vocal playing and they are very well suited for the background composition to your videos. I'm definitely not saying that you're wrong by any means, this is just my personal take. My father was in a metal band as i grew up, when I got older I fell in love with the noise scene, grindcore. I think our upbringing and culture plays a big role in our definition of interesting and entertaining sounds. As always great video though bro I love to see your take on things and I feel like I always come out of your videos with a little bit more understanding of something than I did before.

TEM8 aka Ptpix1 : Very nice video. Something about your work has a unique touch and feel to it that has yet to be replicated (oh and that editing is just...wow!). Anyway I agree with a lot of the points you make about lofi. Me personally I like some lofi, I don’t like the type that just samples some piano loop and bit crushes it to death with a crumby beat, I like the more melodic type that’s a bit more involved. The type that’s both relaxed and danceable at the same time. I also like it when it samples something more obscure and unique. I still find myself drawn to it, with the aesthetic and the light vinyl / Walkman buzz noise you described, and that everything is written in all undercase letters. Some of my favorite lofi artists that I highly recommend are: bsd.u, jinsang, wünsche, scribe, lost son, layo, vanilla, eevee, and more I’m forgetting. If anyone reading wants the links for any of these artists, let me know.

Christopher Quintanilla : Wouldn't be able to study honestly without lofi

Josiah Chen : Lofi is one of my favorite genres

Taru : I discovered lofi a year ago, as a way to listen to music that just isn't distracting. Seeing these girls study is a perfect depiction of me when listening to lofi; I think lofi is "there" with you while you study, do your homework or just chill out. It does not demand your concentration; it is additive and leaves a pleasent tune to listen to while concentrating. As you said, the world is moving fast and so is modern music aswell. Listening to, for example, Pop, HipHop or Rap (often) demands you to listen and think about what's being sung. The melody is fast paced and has a fast beat to it, automatically making you focus on what is happening in the song right now. But lofi brings the tempo down again. Ambient, repetetive and smooth; that is what lofi is about. And that makes it a perfect companion for a slow approach to everyday life.

Nuclear Powered : 0:49 RIP X

Tatamous arm : When ever I'm scrolling through memes I usually come across one that has ear-rape, and I always think I ruined my headphones so I come to one of misteramazing's videos to reassure myself that they are working fine.

NegroKetchum : Lofi is pretty hit or miss. There isn't any in between really. It's either really good or flops.

Uaclc : Your editing is amazing, I cannot get over how smooth it is

Jo-Kai Gon-Zo : misteramazing beats to study and relax to.

VoyagerXVI : I was actively listening to lofi a long time ago but i got so fucking sick of this depressed garbage that people put out, im glad this video acknowledges the pretentiousness of some of the artists. I might give it anther go cause of this video, thanks my guy.

webba03 : _I l o v e t h i s s o m u c h_

Youre Owned : I wasn't expecting such high quality coming in to this video but damn am I glad I watched this

RB6 Gaming : 1:09 rip my boy xxxtentacion

The Real Anthony Fantano : I'm feeling a 7 on this video.

N.I. Music : I try to find lofi that doesn't repeat itself too much, because then my ear starts beating on me and i have to find something else

Viaje Chocolate : This video is so good that I found it arousing.

Rizky Achsa : the fonts you used are so cool! mind sharing them?

Primeval Celestial Carcass! : Nice vid! As someone whos more into ambient and drone to relax, i guess i didnt "get" lo-fi hip-hop, but this vid kind of helped me understand the parallels between these interests, thank you. Also we'll fight over noise music bitch. Also also "peanut butter breaks" by peanut butter wolf was probably the actual earliest example of modern lo-fi, not endtroducing.

Amor Vincent : SMOOTH BUTTER.......I like that!!

King Kid : Can you please tell us the name of the font please please!!

MezzMar : "This is Mister Amazing, thanks for watching" You, sir, have made a great job with this video

JLeon40 : Can you please make a video talking about brockhampton (and maybe even ameer vann getting kicked out)?

DJLani : Beautiful video. Hearing Midnight in a Perfect World was such a throwback that brought me a lot of chills.

F. Zero : I don't like lo-fi. In contrast, The Samurai Champloo soundtrack is amazing, and it's because the music has a point, an emotion to get across so that you feel the tension in an action scene, or sadness in a dramatic scene. Lo-fi is too repetitive and doesn't really have a point. Any song that can't make emotional impact or tell a story fails at being real music.

Sachindra Bhattacharya : The stolen image belongs to @amidst.silence fyi

Blurred : Love this video <3