It’s been a minute since I’ve done one of these but don’t think I forgot about all of your requests. I’m still here doing non Kpop review requests. They aren’t first on my list but they are still very important to me. Today, as you can see from the title, I will be reviewing Thank You, the Thai singer with a cute voice and addictive style. I still sometimes get “Thank You For the Love” stuck in my head. Anyway, I’ll be reviewing her song called “Following”. I’m very excited because I loved her last song I reviewed. I’m hoping this song is similar while still remaining fresh.
The music video for “Following” is a couple of things. First, it looks like the video was going to be pranking back and forth similar to Heize and Dean’s “And July” but part way through the video, things change up as a nearby person is chomped by a zombie. The rest of the video follows Thank You and Third Kamikaze as they run from zombies and at one point, try to fight them off. (Side note: you don’t punch zombies, you stab them through the fucking head) At the end of the video, these two seemingly enemies end up being friends.
The song was sugary and might have given me diabetes but I think it was worth it. Her voice is cute and extremely autotuned. I may have said something about this in the last review. Third Kamikaze is someone new and while he appeared to be a 10-year old, he had the voice of a 30-year old with a lot of autotune as well. The main driving beat of the song utilized a lot of that dirty synth sound. The high pitched synth with some detune dial effects creates a very dirty sounding beat but it has been a bit outplayed. Nonetheless, it still was good and for a song from 2014, it still seems somewhat relevant.
What did you think of the video? Have you heard of Thank You before? What did you think of her style? Let me know in the comment section. Thank you for your support. Again, if any of you have any suggestions for music video reviews that are non Kpop, please let me know. I say this in every review, but a gentle reminder to support the artists I review. I know you all are already doing that but for those who may forget, they need love as well. Thank you again and I’ll see you in my next review.
Like I've mentioned before, music has no language barriers, it knows no language. I want to dedicate this section of my website to reviewing in any way, shape or form other languages of music. This includes Jpop, Mandopop, OPM, Vpop, Latin music, Russian, German, American, Venezuelan, you name it. If you think it's worth giving a listen, I'll listen to it and give you a review.