For the first time, Singapore Social Concerts are celebrating the biggest stars on the social media scene, and they were held at The Meadows, Gardens by the Bay. It is a prime location for concert-goers to enjoy star-studded performances at the lush greenery premises. With great music and great venue, the Singapore Social Concerts were a true indulgence and unforgettable weekend.
Upon reaching The Meadows, I was greeted by Marc Quinn's sculpture of a Giant Baby, titled Planet. It looks so awesome, while I was taking this photo, I was wondered how this sculpture floats in the air.
I was able to attend the Singapore Social Concerts, DAY 01 all thanks to Claressa. We did some cam-whoring before the show kicked off...
We met up our kakis, so therefore we posed in front of the camera and took some photos for keep sake.
I was glad that the weather was perfect for an outdoor concert as there was showers in the afternoon that made the ground soggy at the stage-front, so we decided to roll out our mat to sit on the higher grounds (up the hill) as they looked drier than the front.
The Singapore Social Concerts kicked off with the Asian girl band, Blush.
Blush is all-female pop group which is formed in 2010 and the group consists of 5 girls from 5 Asian countries, and they are Alisha Budhrani (India), Angeli Flores (Philippines), Natsuko Danjo (Japan), Victoria Chan (Hong Kong) and Ji Hae Lee (South Korea)
Carly Rae Jepsen concluded her hour-long performance with Call Me Maybe, and it was her breakout hit song in 2012 which earned her two Grammy nominations.
I Love the duet song, Good Time by her and Adam Young from Owl City and I was over the moon when she sang Call Me Maybe, and I simply can’t get enough of this song.
Next was PSY on stage, and his first song was an electro Korean rap called ‘Champion’
An disputed global superstar after his 2012 hit single, ‘Gangnam Style’ became the most watched video in YouTube history at 1.5 billion views and counting, His new single, ‘Gentleman’ is set to smash his records for ‘Gangnam Style’, now ‘Gentleman’ is racking over 200 million YouTube views within the first week of his release.
His music videos are hilarious and his song tunes are pretty catchy and what I love most are his dance moves for every song. He appeals to both the young and the older generations.
I still prefer ‘Gangnam Style’ to ’Gentleman’, though both are as good.
He togave hints to look out for his new album out in September this year before he closed his set.
The last act of the night was the American soul-pop singer, CeeLo Green, he is a five-time Grammy Award winner.
I love his single, ‘F**CK YOU’ very much, the music video is funny with plentiful of graphic wordings...
It certainly was an amazing and fun night at the Singapore Social Concerts, and I look forward to the next year!! Singapore Social Concerts ROX!!