字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (futuristic electronic music) - I've always had that inner fire in me like I gotta prove 'em wrong, you know? That comes from, I think, my hip hop spirit a little bit. I'm not gonna wait for that mic to be passed to me. I have to like grab it. (funky electronic music) My name is Jonathan Park, also known as Dumbfoundead, a rapper based out of Los Angeles, California. I grew up in front of the television, you know. My whole personality is based off of like sitcoms from the 90s, you know? I started having interests in entertainment. It started getting a little discouraging 'cause I wouldn't see anybody on television or films that looked like me. And that's when I started going a little bit more aggressive with everything I do. ♫ Yeah, Daddy was a G ♫ Granddaddy was a G, too ♫ They ain't never bang ♫ When I started hopping on stages, when I got a microphone, I wanted to be loud, and I wanted to be heard, and I wanted to be outlandish and say crazy stuff, you know? And that's kind of what built this confidence in me to pursue rap and rap the things that I wanna talk about. ♫ You took me as safe ♫ The song and music video, Safe, is pretty much my response to the whitewashing of Asians in Hollywood or any minority in the entertainment industry, and I wanted to kind of come at it aggressively on the song that nah, we aren't, you know, the model minority. We have things to say, and you gonna hear a rebuttal if you attack us. ("Safe" by Dumbfoundead) (soft instrumental music) Growing up with a very traditional Korean-American family in the household, being involved in music and arts, that was a rare thing at the time for Asian parents to accept. When they turned on the television and saw no Asians on TV, they were like, there's no money in this You know what I mean? But growing up in Koreatown gave me tons of confidence, confidence of who I am as a person, being a strong Korean-American without feeling like an outsider. And that's a responsibility on its own to take that influence around me and translate it into my art and share these stories of my people all across, you know?