I admit that I am an early adopter when it comes to technology and most pop culture. I had heard of Tay Zonday and his song "Chocolate Rain", but I never actually heard the song or watched the video until a few minutes ago.
The dude is no joke and has a voice and momentum that it took over 20 years to catch up within American society.
His voice is extremely deep and I actually thought that he was a 15 year old until I saw the video in motion.
The song "Chocolate Rain" was made for the 80s and the early days of MTV without a doubt.
He is actually better than some or many artists that have previously made videos.
In this era of online communications and pop culture, Tay could outsell many artists that major labels have lost money behind.
The funniest thing that I picked up on after seeing his full blown YouTube page is that he looks like Michael Jackson to some degree.
I have heard that Michael's real voice is rather deep and hearing Tay sing made me think of Darth Vader telling Luke Skywalker, "Luke, I am your father".
This would be a hoot and then some!
Regardless, I admired his singing, songwriting, and courage than many studio-only and manufactured plus well-financed celebrities thrown on the public like toxic waste!
Go ahead Tay and do your thing!
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Thursday, August 09, 2007
This afternoon I bought and installed iLife '08 by Apple and it is a great improvement over the previous version.
I really love the way iPhoto was improved since it now features events which better organize photos.
I tried out GarageBand's latest version and now wonder if samples from a Jam Pack were deleted or renamed since it failed to find at least 2 loops for an existing song made before. But it has a new feature called Magic GarageBand which is almost like a video game of creating music with different instruments. It does not fully create a new song as it creates a new arrangment, but it is a time-killer for sure.
I am excited to try out iMovie since I saw how easy it will be to create movies from photos and videos already captured.
I am going to update my .Mac web page soon iWeb and after seeing Apple's CEO Steve Jobs' presentation earlier this week, I know that the new results will be awesome.
So Apple is really going to get computer users' heads to capture special family and friends moments as the school semester starts.