Analysis Of Same Love

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In the music video “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, a boy’s life from when he was first-born all the way to his wedding, shows the emotions he has from trying to hide his sexuality. The song expresses the struggles and truth behind the judgment of homosexuals. The song being a tremendous supporter of all homosexuals. The quality of production, how the message is shown, and the different view points are some of the ways Ben Haggerty’s “Same Love” has affected his viewers. Same Love has talented directors, actors, and artists involved in the music video and made the production quality of the video is wonderfully done. It was professionally produced and relatable. The video was focused and the sound was clear. The singer’s diction…show more content…
Another reason why Macklemore’s “Same Love” music video received such high praise. The message displayed in the video is like no other song before. The creative idea of not starting the music until the baby’s life had started. This effect builds up the anticipation for the song. It shows that all people come into this world the same and proves that we are all equal. “`The fact that a song solely dedicated to the message of marriage equality is climbing the charts and quickly becoming a popular song across the country is a big deal,` said Charlie Joughin” (McKinley, par. 3). The song itself expresses the struggles of acceptance of homosexuals. There are not a lot of people who are open to this kind of lifestyle and Ben Haggerty expresses the life of a homosexual in the music video and song lyrics causing it to be an original masterpiece. This is a one-of-a-kind song. There aren’t many hit songs about homosexuals, and none about marriage equality, but this one is. It supports gay marriage and tries to show the world the point of view of a homosexual and states wonderful and very true facts. The message expresses a problem that has been around for a very long time, equal rights, and it is something that people agree. The song is not directed to just homosexuals. Same Love speaks to everyone who has ever judged, stood by, or didn’t understand homosexuality. It is a song made to help everyone
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