18 Amine Quotes for Living a Meaningful Life on Your Own Terms

Amine Quotes for Living a Meaningful Life on Your Own Terms

Aminé is a rapper, singer and songwriter from the United States.

You may know him from his hit single “Caroline”. Or maybe from his two albums or recently released mixtape “TwoPointFive”.

In this post I’d like to share 18 of the best Aminé quotes I’ve found. To hopefully inspire you to live your life on your own terms as Aminé has done but also to help you to get to know him a bit better.

And if you want more uplifting inspiration then check out this post with quotes on being different and this one jampacked with good vibes quotes.

Inspirational and Insightful Amine Quotes

“If you don’t believe in yourself, I don’t think people will believe in you.”

“I just like wearing what I like and I can’t tone it down.”

“My parents are immigrants to this country. They came to this country for a better opportunity just like everyone else.”

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

“I’m a big believer in everything meant to be. If it didn’t work out then, it’s fine.”

“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.”

“As an artist in this day and age with social media, you feel more like an object than you do a human.”

‘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 don’t really care how people see me in my natural state, in a comfortable state.”

“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.”

“When Prince and James Brown were doing live sessions… recording a band is not easy. It’s all delicate, important stuff you want to make sure you’re doing the right way.”

“I don’t really think much of any songs I put out like I know… I think they’re good, that’s why I’m putting them out. But like I don’t ever try to expect anything, so even with ‘Caroline’ or ‘Red Mercedes,’ I just put them out and hope for the best and people kind of gravitate towards them and I guess that’s pretty cool and that’s a blessing.”

“Being depressed in black culture is not a thing. I just decided not to tell nobody, not even my friends.”

“Just checking up on someone with a, ‘Hey, how are you doing?’ usually means the most to someone. I try my best to regularly check in with friends who are musicians just because I know we go through things where we feel like people only hit us up because they need something from us like a verse or a promo.”

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

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

“I was just a huge fan of music, so that’s how I learned how to rap.”

If you liked these Amine quotes then share them with a friend or a fellow fan on social media or via email.

Want even more motivation? Check out this post with quotes on living life the way you want to from Brené Brown or this one filled with keep pushing quotes.

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Henrik Edberg is the creator of the Positivity Blog and has written weekly articles here since 2006. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Gothenburg and has been featured on Lifehacker, HuffPost and Paulo Coelho’s blog. Click here to learn more…