What’s your favorite love story? Let me share with you an inspiring one.
After a stress-relieving massage at Spaoay, we were whisked away for a few steps to Karaoke Republic Family KTV and Restaurant. Their Marketing Head, Mr. Jay Lazaro, toured us around the three-story establishment.
The newest KTV in the strip, Karaoke Republic seems to be a hit already with the parking slots almost full.
Last time I’ve looked up Taylor Swift was when I discovered that she’s singing two songs for the movie The Hunger Games. The eerie looking music video of the song Safe and Sound (which features The Civil Wars) fits the scene of Rue dying in the arms of Katniss to a T, like telling her, “Time to rest little one, you don’t have to suffer anymore.” The other song “Eyes Open”, which wasn’t included in the film but is listed on the soundtrack album, talks about Katniss’ relationship with the Capitol.
Months later, the lead single of her upcoming fourth album “Red” is widely talked about on Twitter.
From the organizers that brought you the first ever J-Pop convention in the Philippines comes another exciting fan gathering J-Pop event in celebration to Japanese popular music!
J-Pop Music Festival Event Program
12:00NN – Ticket Selling
01:00PM – Opening of Gates
01:15PM – Opening Remarks
01:30PM – Special Performance
01:35PM – Fan Club Activity: Kis-My-Ft2 Philippines + ABC-Z Philippines (Ebi Ph)
01:50PM – Event Highlight: J-Pop Diva Showdown
03:00PM – Fan Club Activity: Japan Fan Boys Philippines + Wataholic Philippines + HeiSei PH
03:15PM – Special Performance
03:30PM – Fan Club Activity: Namie Amuro Philippines + BoA Philippines + Utada Hikaru Ph
03:45PM – Event Highlight: J-Pop Cover Dance Competition
05:00PM – Fan Club Activity: JUMP Fandom Academy Philippines + L’Arc~en~Ciel PH
05:15PM – Special Performance
05:30PM – J-Pop Trivia and Games
05:40PM – Announcement of Winners + Raffle
Note: Please keep your ticket stub for a chance to win exciting gifts from our sponsor.
My kind of perfect during this rainy season is staying in my bed, spending time reading a good book or browsing different blogs on my smartphone, drinking a hot cup of tea/choco and listening to music? I know you do too ♥
But most of us tend to sleep and sleep 😛
Manila, Philippines – Jejaview is tight. Their chemistry is flawless and their songs are densely packed, ear-candy-sonic-assaults from start to finish. A Jejaview live show is truly a sight to witness. As band mates, their closeness and determination to succeed as professional musicians inspire hunger and a rigorous work ethic among one another. Towards their fans, Jejaview is all about real interaction and getting out in the scene through concerts, gigs, and social media. Keeping it tight has been Jejaview’s mantra since day one.
In conjunction to my, you might have noticed that aside from a change in theme, I also changed my blog’s title.
One day I went out of the house to buy street food beside our village’s main gate. On my way home, I was getting tired of listening to my favorite songs that I shuffled my playlist and try other tracks that were there but I never really listen to.
Then I came across David Archuleta‘s song from his 2010 album, “The Other Side of Down”. Listening intently to the lyrics, I found a connection to my current dilemma at the time. Add the crazy weather and my sudden preference for everything simple and viola~
We have moments that upon hearing a particular song, it gets stuck with us. You keep singing it, humming it, listening to it. Whether you like the song or not, it does and people call it “Last Song Syndrome” or LSS.
I’m into a particular song for a week or so now, to the point that I can almost perfect the lyrics. The tune is catchy and easy to learn so I don’t have problems with it. I do have the intention to learn the song so I can sing it, but not to the point that I didn’t know why I’m so attached to it.
Or maybe I do..