A good singer to my liking singing one of my all-time favourite songs.
I watched this video on YouTube: Jorja Smith – No Scrubs (TLC cover) | Plus Près de Toi – Nova.fr
Great minds don’t only make great products. They’re also doing little things in a great way.
Good voices are no less enjoyable even without accompaniments.
I watched this video on YouTube: Celebrities singing with their REAL VOICE (Rihanna, Ariana Grande, SZA, Chris Brown, and more)
I love their show very much. Tyler, The Creator — pca.st/episode/fc9f98ba-b518-4179-bc36-2665f7548fff
I’m loving this version.
I watched this video on YouTube: Jhene Aiko – Keep Ya Head Up [Recorded At Spotify Studios NYC]
Jared Leto’s never let me down. He’s just stunning in every way.
I watched this video on YouTube: Thirty Seconds to Mars – The Kill (Bury Me)
I watched a video on YouTube: Inside Zedd’s $16 Million Mansion That Has a Skittles Machine
Well… well… well… I’m starting to worry about the cleanup of such a dwelling place rather than how to make $16 million.
I watched a video on YouTube: HER | The Untitled Rick Howard Project
I might be writing something about it. Just check this post out later and see if there’s an update. As I normally avoid embedded stuff on my timeline, please click on the icon to watch it now.
〝 Senaka (MV) by Asa-Chang & Junray 〞
❝ Like “Welcome Home”, the Apple HomePod commercial, this video features modern dance, but it conveys messages in a more abstract form. I’d like to know your interpretations. Music: Asa-Chang & Junray. Vocal: Kyoko Koizumi. Dancer: Masako Yasumoto. ❞
— Jason Shew (@jasonshewiiii) March 7, 2019
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Reasons that I love this video (written and directed by Spike Jonze) are simple yet complicated. No question that it’s both visually and aurally pleasing, not to be deemed an ordinary commercial where an actress is paid to pose and move in a cheap, coquettish way or to simply convey the trope of youth/vigor by being hyperactive.
FKA twigs’s dance movements, cadence variations and facial expressions are subtly intertwined with the tune, titled ‘Til It’s Over, a 2018 single by Anderson .Paak, and the lighting effects, so that the female protagonist’s specific state of mind is clearly and artfully communicated.
The most sophisticated part of the performance is the dual-role dancing. Why? The two roles are dressed the same way and appear in the same frame. However, they need to engage in intimate interaction and conduct improvisation respectively while presenting nuances of emotions. Though their looks are identical, the differences of their dispositions are so evident that you can easily notice that in the end, the girl in the mirror (pepped up by the track streamed via the HomePod), instead of the girl in real life, lies in the couch, puffing and delighted. There is a positive metaphor intended.
Also, this video is technically exciting, for what you see is not a CGI scene but an authentic one. Apple has blown audience’s minds again with its tasteful method of artmaking.