About Universal Records
- Universal Records
- Quezon City, Philippines
- Universal Records is the NUMBER ONE independent record label in the Philippines. Bringing you quality music for the past 30 years, we are home to artists like: Jose Mari Chan, Gary Valenciano, Ogie Alcasid, Regine Velasquez, Lani Misalucha, Jed Madela, Christian Bautista, Jay R, Billy Crawford, Kris Aquino, Edu Manzano, Marian Rivera, Mark Herras, Nina, Ronnie Liang, Gail Blanco, Sam Concepcion. Our band roster includes: Parokya Ni Edgar, Kamikazee, Sponge Cola, Imago, Silent Sanctuary, Kenyo, Paraluman. We are equally committed to bring you exciting international releases covering various genres like pop, jazz, new age, classical, alternative, indie pop, rock, electronica, dance, r&b, and hip-hop. Name it, we definitely have it!
April 19, 2011
The set of the MV Love Song has been taken somewhere near KaeHwa Island. They used the technique of having a camera stuck on top of a crane, and especially because this MV is a one shot MV, the team had to work together and had to use a 4 points wire-cam as well as 4 gigantic cranes, which in total was worth more than 200 million won.
Love Song is the result of a combination between G-Dragon the leader and the famous producer for YG like Teddy. It differentiates itself from the genres of house, electronic and hip hop like what Big Bang did before, with the mixture of soft guitar as well as fast but constant beat giving out the feeling and emotion of a sad man, missing his love who had vanished from the world.
Not only that, because of the effect of the MV which was revealed in black and white, it helped to back up the effect of the song, giving an even more emotional feel towards the sadness of the man. Especially at the end of the MV when the car fell down from the sky and exploded, it was the scene that was worth the most and expressed the most emotions of all, it suggested the idea of the lover of the man having an accident from a car crash.
So what do you think of the MV?
Posted by shiihx @ Hellokpop