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On Dementia & Abuse: Lincoln Lim’s New Music Video is Open to Viewers’ Interpretations

It was a drizzling Friday night when I met Lincoln Lim at a bar in a nondescript corner of Bugis. He greeted me as if I was an old friend, extending his hands out warmly with a wide smile and said: “Hi, you must be Stacey!” Surprised by his nice reception, I shook his hands and greeted him back. Although he was scheduled to perform at the Jalan Klapa bar at about 7.30pm and it was already a little over 7.15pm when I had arrived, he assured me that he would have enough time to have a quick chat with…
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Nathan Hartono Showcases His Dancing Chops With Debut Mandarin Single

Now hold my Milo Peng as we announce this: Nathan Hartono dropped not one, but two music videos for his debut Mandarin single, 《爱超给电》! Following his success as the first runner-up on the inaugural season of Sing! China,《爱超给电》marks Nathan’s official foray into the Chinese market. Loosely translated to ‘Electric Love’, 《爱超给电》is a Mandarin rendition of his previously released single, Electricity, in 2016. To make sure that you get absolutely electrified, the 26-year-old heartthrob released two different versions of his feel-good pop single. Describing the first version of the music video as a “love letter to all shapes, sizes, and colours…
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Longing, Wistfulness & Ambivalence: Ffion’s Music Video for ‘I Miss U’

Ffion Williams may be a newcomer to the scene in Singapore, but after her strong introduction last year with ‘With U’ and ‘Over’ (featuring Jeff Hue), she’s definitely an R&B artist you’d wanna keep tabs on. Following up, Ffion has released her music video for ‘I Miss U’. Directed by Ah Hock and with Ryan Foo as her opposing male lead, ‘I Miss U’ has been stylized with faded colours and slow scenes that contradict, in a bid to demonstrate her longing, wistfulness and general ambivalence that show through her lyrics. Giving her take, Ffion explains that ‘I Miss U’ was…
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Charlie Lim’s Debut MV Takes on a Whole New Level, Literally

If we could name one local artist that is truly dedicated with their musical works, Charlie Lim pops up on our minds. The justification? We were lucky enough to catch an early screening of his highly anticipated music video for “I Only Tell the Truth” during his sold-out intimate show at Sing Jazz Club. Prior to the screening, Charlie revealed that he and his crew rented a full size airplane for the grueling 4 day shoot. That tease alone was enough to make our jaws drop and had us anxious to catch a glimpse of his new video while he…
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