Having invested money in a big club with beautiful interior design, sound system and a big stage and having no the second cable head for stereo sound is the same as having an outfit by Chanel with a lost button on one of its pockets…
Last Friday I performed at Hyper Japan that took place at Earls Court Two in London. Straight after my performance, a lady from Japan found me behind the stage and asked whether I use contemporary and classical ballet elements. Her question made me very happy as it is very important when people can understand what you do without explanation. Some people asked me about ballet before, but she was the first one who said ‘contemporary and classical ballet’.
Singing ‘Celestial Cutie’ at Hyper Japan:
My good friend asked me why I am concentrating on Japanese music events. To be honest, I’m just doing and wearing what I really enjoy and I really love my songs as if they were my children. I feel very comfortable in my image and actually wear Western labels, though the combination looks rather Asian for some reason. Everything goes just naturally, and if it’s going easier for me it would not be clever to resist it.
In the meantime, the latest statistics shows that Japan is the Music Market Number 2, following the USA. While the UK’s music market “is continuing to decline”… Germany, famous with its electronic music, is doing very well as well. The statistics shows UK as number 3 this year, although stating exactly the same amount of money as in Germany, which means that UK is actually number 4, as Germany was number 3 last year, and only an inattentive reader can’t notice the same amount of money they mentioned.
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The first comprehensive review on my music written by Paul Browne and published on J-Pop Go http://www.jpopgo.co.uk/jpg/introducing-flaviyake/
I felt a bit unconfident about my idea of wearing the collar band with recognisable buildings of many countries in ‘The Magic Hit’ video, but then I watched some creative music videos on the internet and realised they use quite the same ideas, and sometimes you can’t say anything else about a video then just ‘professionally made’ . At least I am honest with my ideas. The video hasn’t been finished yet. Be patient.