This time it’s a video! I figured since it takes several hours to research and compile all the pictures, I should invest that time into making a video. I’m able to convey things better through a video, anyway. There’s a couple videos I’ve already covered in this one, but most of it is videos I haven’t.
[ + ] Update: I’ve gotten a few messages regarding the length of the video. This was intentional to keep the video from going ‘viral’ too fast. The more viral it becomes, the more of a chance it gets removed. For example, as soon as it was uploaded I got a copyright notice. I’m trying to see how well I can ‘game’ the system by doing stuff like this. Disney Tricks will be loaded with content, so I’m taking precautions before I begin finishing this project. I don’t want my channel to be deleted and have to start over, again. It took me a year to get a rather small following (compared to my first channel).
To deal with this complaint though, I will soon add annotations in the video that directly link to the artist in the video, so people can guide through the band I covered. Although, next blog post on this, I will make a video, but also have the regular picture analysis for those who don’t want to watch it. I recommend watching the video though, it really doesn’t seem like 9 minutes.
[ + ] Update // 2: Annotations are at the top left of the video. Hover over each square box to get the group’s band name to the right, and click [the square box]. It will go straight to the beginning of that group’s segment. All my videos will include this, especially Chapter 2 of Disney Tricks. 🙂
Due to the surprising success of my last KPop blog, I’ll be making a ‘series’ of them. Each blog will contain Three Music Videos. This is to minimize the suffering I go through when I’m analyzing these videos. This blog in particular will be very picture heavy, so you have to click “Read the rest of this entry” to see the full blog.
More videos & picture analysis once you click “Read the rest of this entry” ….
I was going to make one video out of this, and I probably still will, eventually. If you don’t know what KPop is, it’s Korean Pop music, which is really popular these days. Probably because American Pop music just sucks. Anyway, let’s get to it. This blog post will include several videos and a lot of pictures, so you’ll have to click “read the rest of this entry” for the whole blog. I don’t want to have the home page looking like an anime website.
When I said “EZ Symbolism” I really meant it. The symbolism in these videos are really obvious, and the most basic. You won’t find elaborate stories in these videos…
Lots more once you click “Read the rest of this entry”