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Music Video: My Pace

Artisit: Stray Kids

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:48

  • Copyright: Stray Kids

Music Video For My Pace By Artist Stray Kids

Reviews For My Pace By Artist Stray Kids

  • 💗💗💗💗💗💗

    By Peach perfection
    i love this song and to me this is always fun to watch since me being a girl find Woojin, I.N, Lee Know, Han, Felix Seungmin,and Hyunjin extremely attractive~. But moving on the dancing is Amazing and the lyrics are so uplifting!
  • Adorable

    By KAiSER...
    They look like a bunch of happy children, I’m crying
  • 😌❤️

    By Limelight~Army
    this song is one of my favorites! i love it hands down. felix’s voice when he says “you ready? let’s go!” kills me!! 😍😍 his deep voice is so hot and he’s adorable! love the music video, chan and han are also hot. 🥰😍 ok enough about the beautiful stray kids boys. 😂 it’s amazing how encouraging and uplifting the SKZ songs can be.
  • Some of the best lyrics out there

    By Falsard
    Okay, don’t get me wrong I’m not a hater or anything. But when you look at the lyrics of this song to the lyrics of some of the American pop artists, there’s a huge difference. Stray Kids release many of their songs (such as Grow Up, My Pace, Miroh, etc.) with the purpose to uplift and encourage people as they struggle in their lives. Meanwhile, many American pop artists (and I’m not gonna single any out) write literally trashy lyrics. Then they paste them to a tune/beat, call it a song, then release it. These lyrics contain many things that people (especially young ones such as me) should not be exposed to. They use cuss words and things that many people shouldn’t be exposed to. Thousands of people have had their lives ruined because of the things they listen to. Personally, this is why I listen to Stray Kids when listening to music. Because I have been exposed to plenty of American pop songs, I know what kind of music the artists are going to release. So when I struggle through stages of life, I don’t turn to those kind of songs, because I know they will NOT help me in my situation. Life is hard, but when I need an uplifting, I listen to Stray Kids because their songs encourage me and help me move on in life. Again, I am NOT a hater, so I’m sorry to anyone that I might have offended for some reason or another. Anyways, Thank you SKZ so much for putting so much effort in your songs to help people, such as me, through our lives.💜💜💜 Fighting!!!
  • y’ALL I’M—

    By pasteeeeel99
    catch me sobbing in the club 🤧🤧

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