Thursday, August 23, 2007

Too Little Too Late


I came across this music video of Trish Thuy Trang, “Too Little Too Late” on You Tube and I thought it would be interesting to post about it. I was kind of excited to see the video hoping for something, but there was nothing. Basically a white background screen with Trish and a boring song. I’m not a fan of Trish; don’t really like her or dislike her either. Just seeing her video made me wish that there were more music videos of Vietnamese singers to enjoy. Well, fans of Trish (there are lots out there) enjoy the video. P.S. there are many others of her video on You Tube, since she had a MTV DVD out titled “Ever After.”

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

huh, you're right. it was boring. it's more like "let's see how many outfits and hair styles can we jam into a music video". it's bland. sad...some viet mvs are quite good. too bad this wasn't one of it.

Anonymous said...

i like trish... i believe her first song was one and one... she instantly caught my eyes...i like singers with distictive voice... that's one reason i like her... second is... when i was watching one of the dvd about thankful to our parents... they had clips of the singers talking about their parents... trish's mom died long ago and when i hear her saying that it was difficult growing without a mom... i teared up... imagined how my life would have been during my younger years if i didn't have a mother... trish touched my heart that day... and third... i can't name another viet young singer who is a better role model than trish... her costumes are very youthful and fun... she doesn't do picka boo at all... and her selection of songs is with good taste... but i agree that this new video is a flop... i watched it for 5 seconds... ms karly... i value your opinions... so it's all good that u might not think highly about a certain singer... but as for myself... i see them in whole... becus u know how kids copy their idols... so when i see a good image... i support it... that's all...ps... thanks for all your work...