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Review On Miley Cyrus New Video & Song – “Can’t Be Tamed”

Posted in billboard, charts, movies, music, video with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 6, 2010 by KammusiK

“Can’t Be Tamed” is the new single from Miley’s new album with same title “Can’t Be Tamed”, but, honestly, this is too different from what Cyrus has done before, I mean, she’s not the “See You Again”, “7 things” or Hanna anymore, she’s reflecting a more adult image this time, but to be this the step one for her new era, well, it’s very weak. “Can’t Be Tamed” has a little bit of various nowdays female artists, so it’s not something fresh, it’s kind of Shakira’s “She Wolf” and Aguilera’s “Not Myself Tonight”, but worse. The electronic music used on the track is not excelent at all, and the lyrics and vocals at this point you have to wonder, does Miley really has a good voice for this? She tries hard to sound sexy, but is more like teen-desperate 17 years old girl who’s trying to seem like a grown woman. Would it be a hit? No, of course it won’t.

Now let’s the see the video, it starts with a nature freak represented by Cyrus, but is in that part when it seems like GaGa, and the cage tend to remain Shakira’s “She Wolf” video, but Miely doesn’t explode the Shakira’s sexiness (and thank God, she’s too young). Is in the second half of the video when it starts with a Beyoncé and Britney mood, but not at the same way, like I said, this first step is weak, very weak. But to be real, does Miley has to take it? Cause we liked more the old Miley, the next-door girl, and these days, we have now lots of fake GaGas.

Review On Lady GaGa’s “Alejandro”

Posted in music with tags , , , , , , , , on April 29, 2010 by KammusiK

(Single Cover)

Lady GaGa’s new single has given a touch of retro to contemporary electronic music, bringing elements similar to those we heard in the 70’s, but still be a masterpiece of music these days, is that GaGa on this song shows us a side more melancholic, not only the lyrics but also with the voice, which is more vulnerable than in the previous two singles “Bad Romance” and “Telephone”, and thus being the most mature song to be released from the start of her career . The synthesizers  mixed with the melody of the violin created an original sound, which is probably the most attracting in music right now, and  knowing  critics have gone from best to worst, on occasions being compared with that hit of ABBA “Fernando”, we still can say that this song is also for the rest of musical history, the chorus, which is comprised of the names of Alejandro, Fernando, and Roberto gets to record with catchy choruses that  GaGa mantains from the start, and if it weren’t  for the way she plays the song at the Monster Ball Tour, we might call it an elegant piece, sophisticated.

By Cesar Camacho.

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