Tuesday, October 18, 2011

World Premiere of Charice's Official LOUDER MV

Entertainment Weekly premieres today the official Louder music video of Charice. An unofficial upload has been made on YouTube but if you want to go to the original site, click EW.com or the image above.

This is the HD version so more of the scenes, especially her dancing, can be seen when compared to the dark and low quality recorded-from-TV that has been circulating on the internet since last week.

Below are excerpts of reviews of the original HD version of the Louder music video:

From EW:
Charice, 'Louder': Watch the video here -- EXCLUSIVE

Charice, the Oprah-approved, Glee-renowned singer with the teeny-tiny stature and the big big voice, takes a sassier tack on “Louder,” the second single from her upcoming sophomore album Infinity.

Watch below as the Philippines-born 19-year-old explores her dancey-diva side in the clip, directed by Tim Cruz and choreographed by Gil Duldulao, the man behind the moves in Jennifer Lopez’s “Waiting for Tonight,” Janet Jackson’s “Together Again,” and “Christina Aguilera’s “Drrrty” and “Genie in a Bottle,” among others.

From Zeibiz:
Charice’s ‘Louder’ Video – World Premiere

Charice has dropped the official music video for her single Louder.

The 19-year-old ‘Pyramid’ hit-maker premieres the official music video for her single ‘Louder’ on EW.com Friday, Oct. 18. Louder is the second single from her forthcoming second international studio album called ‘Infinity.’

On the video, Charice kicks some catchy dance routine choreographed by Gil Duldulao, the man who also worked with her previous ‘One Day’ video. Louder is directed by Tim Cruz.

Charice’s Infinity album is now available in Japan, no concrete details yet on the release date of her album in the U.S.

From JustJaredJr:
Charice -- 'Louder' Video Debut!

Charice feels the rhythm in the brand-new video for “Louder.”

The 19-year-old Filipina singer debuted the video in Japan, where her new album, Infinity, is out!

Charice told Teen.com earlier this year about the tune, “I can totally dedicate that to all the haters out there. You know, like, I don’t need you. I don’t need no shoulder, you know? I’m gonna be a soldier. No one can bring me down. I’m just gonna do this and be brave. That’s why it’s called ‘Louder’ because you being brave is so much louder than you being weak. It’s such an amazing song, such an inspirational song.”

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