I have wanted to do this for a while now, so cross this off my bucket list for now.
Jon Cozart, the creator of the YouTube channel Paint, beyond pulling off quartets with himself, made a point in some serious issues from the point of view of Disney characters, mainly princesses. I am trying to break it down and have a little review.
Continue reading After Ever After series: serious issues from a Disney point of view
Now that is a steep change in an artist’s artistry: Taylor Swift, the songstress that is known for her refreshing country music, is going to blast plain pop into your earbuds.
I have previewed the lead single, Shake it Off, that addressed her detractors directly. I liked this single for its being full of positiveness. However one thing is off: where is your guitar, Taylor?
Continue reading Oh no Taylor: on the upcoming album 1989
When I went through the musical interaction between Taylor Swift and Adam Young of Owl City, I have a feeling that they are serenading each other, back and forth, in their public albums.
Continue reading Gossip: Are They Serenading Each Other?
Revisited the aired episodes of Liv and Maddie, I am creeped out by one song: FroyoYOLO. I am greeted with strong déjà vu with Little Baby’s Ice Cream ad as played on the React videos.
Continue reading The song creeped me out: FroyoYOLO
This review can be very controversial so please proceed with care.
The song I am reviewing here is Liberty Walk by Miley Cyrus, released in 2010 and finally I am reviewing this, at this specific date.
Continue reading Review: Liberty Walk by Miley Cyrus
I have to admit, this song is crazy catchy and the first time I heard it I was hooked. The second time years after it was released, no less.
The song I am talking about here, is Saturday by Rebecca Black.
Continue reading I got an earworm: Saturday by Rebecca Black