hi guys,  
this 15 year old kid just won a talent show and is a huge hit here recently. people can't stop saying how fantastic he is.  
personaly i think he is just a michael jackson copy. ok he is only 15 bit still i do not understand the fuss is this music really that great?
i think you should the producer could be a little more creative than creating something that sounds like a jackson tune from the 80s what do you think?
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well, it's not gonna be a jazz pianist's cup of tea, but if he's such a big hit, then i guess the producers know what they're doing - and after a couple beers, i'd probably dance to it :)
well, when it comes to 15 year olds, young michael jackson was something else, ridiculously talented, he already had some of his signature moves.
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i there is no way of telling from that video.  i think for me watching the video all i know for sure is the producer has it goin on.  he could probally me make me ( a fat 50 year old white guy) look like the next  
michael jackson.
video production.

why do i say it's an extremely low budget video production?  

how many extras and dancers do you see in there? (answer=0)  
how many musicians do you see in there? (answer=0)  
how many different sets do you see in there? (answer=1)

all of those video effects that you see in there come stock with a pro video software package (like adobe premiere).

the entire project could have been done in disco boy's garage for under $500.
for 7p

yes i thought the same. a also find the video kind of low budget. but the fact is that its is 2 absoluttely top producers who wrote the tune and produces the record and video.( they also produced britney spears amongst others)
and that is what makes me surprised i thinkt with so good producers involved the result should be better and therefore i just thought it was funny to get your opinions.  
it is probably going to be a hit record but then again i think thats just because of the huge marketing and not because of great tunes.
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