Monday, January 30, 2012

Fantastic: My Astro Music Video For CNY 2012

This year's My Astro music video to celebrate the Chinese New Year of the dragon deserves a pat on the back.

Altogether, it took some 18 days of filming, involved some 60 Astro and MyFm artists and 10,000 members of the Malaysian public, covered all the 13 states including the federal capital of Kuala Lumpur.

Wow! An impressive effort. And the result is pleasing.

For one of the truly rare times, I say Malaysia Boleh!

Click on the link to see Astro's invitation to the public to join in the making of the music video.

Click on the link to see the finished product

恭喜发财,开心乐龙龙!  

2 comments:

  1. Nice song, especially the singing from 5:40 to 6:40. A great idea to unite all Malaysians via this video. And the many children can watch this video many years from now. Now I associate Malaysia with people singing happy songs.

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    1. Each year Astro comes out with a CNY music video. As far as I am concerned, this year's CNY music video deserves a pat on the back. It is not an easy task to organise, coordinate and get everything going smoothly when it involved some many ordinary Malaysians from all walks of life of all ages.

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