Tonight I attended the last of the The Cab‘s series of free shows in Manila. Continue reading
“Push Rewind” is so far my favorite album this 2012! I am in love with every track!
Former White Tie Affair front man Chris Wallace could very well be one of pop music’s next big stars. His debut solo release, “Push Rewind” is a record that any Top 40 pop fan and radio programmer would love. The album instantly grabs audiences on its opener and lead single ‘Remember When (Push Rewind).’ Lyrically, this is a song about a broken relationship. But the up-tempo beats and general positive vibe makes for a song that while being introspective, also offers hope, instead of being the standard oh-woe-is-me style song. That juxtaposition of musical and lyrical content makes for a great first impression for Wallace on his solo debut.
That same positive vibe keeps audiences moving on ‘Keep Me Crazy.’ He sings in the song’s chorus, “Baby you’re a mess/But it’s meant to be/Cause you keep me crazy/Tell me you love me/Everything’s alright/Fifty-seven seconds later/Start a fight/Baby somehow/You’re the one…
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Recently, I’ve been seeing posts by my some of my friends, saying that they hate themselves for being fangirls and fanboys. Continue reading
This blog post is dedicated to one of my inspirations who recently celebrated her 20th birthday, Demetria Devonne Lovato. This beautiful lady changed my life for the better through her music. Continue reading
I miss going to concerts.
I miss screaming my lungs out as soon as the band gets on stage.
I miss singing and dancing along with friends and strangers who like the same music that I do.
I miss fighting for guitar picks and drum sticks.
I miss hearing “What’s up Manila?!” and then everyone will be like AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
I miss getting noticed by band dudes because of my signs.
I miss having eye contacts with band dudes.
I miss seeing other people wearing shirts of my favorite bands.
I miss walking around the venue then bumping to my online friends.
I miss the excitement I get before the concert that I couldn’t sleep well.
I miss how my arms and legs hurt after a concert.
I miss everything.
I MISS EVERYONE. Continue reading