Mikasister

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  1. Yes. Disappointing, unfair. He could have performed insted of Ava Max. We were waiting for him. I dont know if there will be any possibilitiy to see his performance. I guess it's difficult. *snif*
  2. Ohhhhh I can't believe it. They cut the live just before Mika grrrrrrrrr
  3. And some ppl say he's going to perform Tomorrow and others Sanremo
  4. Watching Attitude Awards live on fb. Do you know if Mika is going to perform there or he has been invited just to deliver an award?
  5. It seems that many people do not like the Italian version. I have seen very negative comments from Italians.
  6. https://www.sopitas.com/musica/mika-estrena-nueva-cancion-y-video-para-tomorrow/ MIKA DEJA DE PREOCUPARSE POR EL MAÑANA EN SU NUEVA ROLA “TOMORROW JESÚS GONZÁLEZ OCTUBRE 8, 2019 Uno de los regresos más inesperados este año fue el de Mika, que tras cuatros de silencio decidió lanzar su quinto material discogràfico, My Name Is Michael Holbrook. Después de estrenar sencillos como “Ice Cream” y “Sanremo”, además de dar un show impecable en El Plaza Condesa de la CDMX, el cantante está de vuelta con una nueva rola que seguramente te pondrá a bailar. El nombre de esta canción es “Tomorrow”, y en ella Mika nos demuestra la enorme voz que se carga, pasando a graves y aguados cada vez que así lo desea. Sí, sabemos que su sonido no cambia mucho, pero es una agradable base rítmica mezclada con un bajo y guitarras muy puntuales, demostrando que la extravagancia musical por la que todo el mundo lo conoció sigue ahí, solo que completamente madura y cuando es necesario. Si pudiéramos encasillar este nuevo tema de Mika en un género seguro sería una balada pop. En ella nos narra la historia agridulce de una pareja, una temática poco explorada en su discografía, que a pesar de toda las cosas malas que nos puedan suceder, deciden que con todo eso quieren estar junt@s, dejar de preocuparse por el mañana y empezar a concentrarse en lo importante, el presente. Además de estrenar la canción, el artista libanés lanzó un video para promocionarla. El visual fue dirigido por Charles Todd –quien ha trabajado con otros artistas como Sofi Tukker y The Knocks–. En él vemos a a Mika bailando, cantando y haciendo un performance muy íntimo con su particular estilo, mientras sus músicos de apoyo lo acompañan. Luces muy tenues y cálidas acompañadas No esperes más y checa a continuación el nuevo video de Mika:
  7. Mika Spotlights 1950s Gay Cruising Culture in 'Sanremo' Music Video The out singer visited a time when homosexuality was illegal and underground in Western Europe. BY DANIEL REYNOLDS OCTOBER 08 2019 2:54 PM EDT Mika went cruising on the Italian Riviera. The out singer's new music video "Sanremo," set in the Italian tourist destination, spotlights an era in recent Western European history when homosexuality was illegal and underground The black-and-white video depicts Mika saying goodbye to his wife and family — before leaving to discover an underground bar where LGBTQ folks are mingling. Along the way, he evades both police officers and members of the clergy who eye him suspiciously. Set in the 1950s, the music video includes real audio materials from that time period condemning gay people — and even the voice from a gay person coming out in order to give others "courage." The video concludes with Mika's cruising cut short by a police officer. The singer hides his face as his car is pulled over and an ominous message is played. “The policy of this administration is that we do not knowingly hire homosexuals, and if we find a homosexual in our administration, we terminate their employment without delay," a voice from the real-life audio declared. Directed by W.I.Z., "Sanremo" depicts "an era when homosexuality, if not illegal, was socially unacceptable, a time of discrimination and persecution. San Remo represents his utopian dream, a fictional place of liberation and transcendence," the filmmaker said in a statement. W.I.Z. also directed Mika's music video for "Tiny Love." Both tracks are part of his newest album, My Name Is Michael Holbrook. Mika himself is no stranger to discrimination due to his sexual orientation. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, he revealed that he overheard one of the heads of a major record label saying they would not sign him because his music was "a little too gay His songs, including hits like "Grace Kelly," also reportedly did not receive airtime on U.S. radio due to a similar stigma. "We can't get behind a man singing in falsetto that he wants to be like a woman," a gatekeeper told Mika's mother, according to his collaborator Greg Wells. Watch "Sanremo" below.
  8. Siiii, me gustan casi todas menos Blue y Stay High. Stay High me gusta más que Blue. Esta última la encuentro soporífera. Si la canta en los conciertos nos vamos a quedar fritos.
  9. Yes , definitely the second part of the song is way better.