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Music of the Federated States of Micronesia

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The traditional music of the Federated States of Micronesia varies widely across the four states, and has, in recent times, evolved into popular music influenced by Europop, country music and reggae.

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  • (Federated States of Micronesia) “Before It’s Too Late”


[MUSIC] [SINGING AND LAUGHTER] Hey, you wanna finish this off? No, I'm good, man. Go ahead, man, take care of it. Kill it! Let's get outta here, man. I hear you, man. We've got school tomorrow. Ugh. Don't remind me. Hey, you good to drive? Yeah, I'm good, man. Don't worry about it. I got this, alright? Let me help you up. There we go. Let's go, bud. [MUSIC] Keke, get up! I'm not going to tell you again. Come on, let's go. [Birds Chirping] Hey, Keke! You up yet? Keke!! Let's go! You're gonna be late again! What about that Flow kid he's been hanging out with? You know, Mark's son? I think he might be a bad influence. You think? Alright, I'll talk with Mark when I see him at work. And we gotta talk to Keke, too. How about tonight after you get home? Yeah, okay. You're right. This has gone on too long already. [MUSIC] [DOG BARKING] [CAR HORN] Hey, that's Flow. I-I gotta go. And, oh, I'm gonna be home late tonight 'cause the seniors are doing a thing after school. No, Keke. Not tonight. We need you to come straight home. But why? I gotta be there! Forget it. You heard what your Mom said. Come home right after school. [CAR HORN] Look, I gotta go. Flow is waiting. Okay, but don't forget. Straight home after school. Okay, fine! Whatever ... [MUSIC] Morning, bro. How's it going? Ugh. A bit hungover. You? Ah, same here, buddy. Same here. And ticked off, too, man. The parents are making me come home right after school for some reason. I guess they wanna have a "big talk" or something like that. What? Dude, so that means you're missing out on the senior party, man! I know! Don't remind me. It sucks. Well, whatever, man. Don't worry about it, okay. I'll drop you off, and I'll get something for us later on, okay? Cool? Awesome. Let's do it. Alright. [MUSIC] Hey, Josh. Come on in. Hey, Mark. You got a moment? It's about Keke and Flow. Yeah, sure. Of course. What's up? I'm not really sure how to bring this up, but I think the boys are drinking. What do you mean? There's no way Flow would do that. What kind of proof have you got? Well, it's more of a hunch, but I've just noticed Keke's acting differently lately. And I'm pretty sure I smelled alcohol on him once or twice. I don't know. I don't want to accuse my boy of anything he's not doing. Well, maybe it's something else. I don't know. But my wife and I are gonna talk to Keke about underage drinking. And I was just wondering if you and your wife wouldn't mind doing the same with Flow. Yeah, sure, man. We probably haven't talked about it with him enough, now that I think about it. Okay, thanks. I really appreciate it. No problem. It's important. Hey, speaking of important, how's that Kelso project coming along? Pretty good, overall. A few problems... [MUSIC] Hey, thanks again for giving me a ride home. You gonna make it back in time for the party? Man, I wish I could, but my Dad called the school, left a message saying that I gotta go home right away, man. I think something's up. Aw, man. Really? That sucks. I know. Tell me about it, man. But I got something to make up for it. Ta-da! Dude, you're the best. I got a feeling I'm gonna need this. Let's do something afterwards, okay? Sure, man, let's do this. Let's go. [MUSIC] Alright, Keke. You probably guessed by now that your Mom and I wanted to talk to you about something. What do you mean? Son, I don't want to make any false accusations here, but I gotta ask: Have you been drinking? Alcohol, I mean. Er, what do you mean? Why-why would you think that? It's just that you've been behaving differently lately, and I'm pretty sure I smelled it on you once or twice. Your Dad and I want to see you succeed, not just now, but also as an adult. And drinking now puts all that in serious jeopardy. Look, when you grow up and have children of your own, you'll understand. Starting from now on, things are going to be different here. No more coming home late. Definitely no more drinking. And if we've got reasons to believe you are drinking, there are going to be some serious consequences. Got it? Got it? Yeah. Okay, okay. I got it. [MUSIC] [CELL PHONE BEEPS] Hey, dude, what's up? Dude, I don't think I'm gonna be able to make it tonight. Yeah, me neither, man. My parents, man, they know what we're up to. Same here, bro. I really gotta take it easy. Besides, I'm getting sick of it, anyway. Yeah, me, too, actually. Alright, well, I've gotta finish up some homework still. See you tomorrow morning? Sure thing, bro. See you at the usual time. Awesome. Later! Alright, man. Later. Underage drinking is a serious problem here in FSM, and consequences are so much more than just drinking and driving. In the short term, underage alcohol use can lead to bad decisionmaking, physical violence, and sexual assault. Long term, it can cause poor school performance, adverse health effects, and increase the likelihood of addiction in adulthood. And these are just a few examples. As parents, it's our responsibility to make sure our kids grow up safe and healthy, with a promising future. That's why it's up to us to talk to our kids about alcohol-early and often-and to set a good example if we choose to drink in front of them. For more information, call the number on the screen. Thank you. [MUSIC]

Traditional dances

Traditional dances on the main islands includes "stick dancing" on Pohnpei, Chuuk and Yap, standing dances on Chuuk and sitting dances on Yap[1] and Chuuk. The Yapese are particularly known for their skills in dancing. The Yapese stick dance is performed by men, women and children together, while standing dances are performed either by women or men and boys, but never both together. The men participate in various dancing competitions, which are segregated by caste; the lower castes have some distinct dances, such as a woman's standing dance, but can only dance when authorized by a person of a higher caste.[2] Chuuk shares many of the similar dance styles with Yap because of similar cultural heritage with Chuuk and the outer islands of Yap. Chuuk's most mysterious and rarest dance is called the "Moonlight Dance", one of the few dances in which both men and women dance together. It can only happen during a full moon with permission of the village chief. Traditionally speaking, this was a way for young males and females to get together.


  1. ^ "Micronesia Music Anthology". Jane's Oceania Page. Archived from the original on January 1, 2006. Retrieved September 27, 2005.
  2. ^ "Aspects of Yap". Jane's Oceania Page. Archived from the original on February 27, 2005. Retrieved September 27, 2005.

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