The G.O.D. boys Douglas Young and Ben Lau did it again. They turned Hong Kong upside down with the most outrageous party of the year. Bringing together a high energy group of hip hop ballers, fashionistas, the ultra chic underground, and of course, all the pretty boyz. Half naked models all around and if you felt like getting your own kit off a game of strip poker was wide open. 24 Herbs, the edgy cantonese hip hop band kept the crowd crazed while FINDS restaurant made sure endless cocktails flowed down the throats of the super fabs.
The mall was open recently and is going to expand itself to include sleep pods, bars and tattoo parlours. The controversy is that the phrase “Delay no mall” (or G.O.D.’s slogan, Delay no more) sounds similar to “F**K YOUR MOTHER” in Cantonese. That’s why the founders had to explain the name again and again in their videos. Do they intend to offend anyone? You decide.
Shoppers can find ‘Delay No Mall’ at 68 Yee Wo Street , next to the Regal Hotel.
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I’m not saying that Paula Abdul’s come back song/video is bad. Yet a judge on American Idol would say, “Dance like there’s no tomorrow” lacks a certain WOW factor. The singing is alright, the choreography is good, but it’s not sizzling hot. It probably gonna do alright in terms of record sales and charts but I don’t see this going to the top. And Randy? Oh please, he just didn’t fit. I’m sure this would have done a lot better if it’s released in the 90’s though.
To be brief, it’s not bad. But one would expect a lot more as she’s now a judge on American Idol. This classic Paula Abdul is not bad, but she’s just giving us what she has been offering since the 90’s.
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Tagged american idol, dance, dance like there's no tomorrow, judge, music, music video, Paula Abdul, randy, song, tv