I really intended to have a second part for this specific post, because the month of June still isn’t done when I did the first installment for the June Ride. And now, time to cap off the crazy month I just had.
Soul Sessions. It’s our dear friend Kid Camaya’s (Pinoy Idol top 4) album launch last week, June 27th to be exact, and it was a success! We’re just so proud of him, and really positive that he’ll have a great career ahead. What’s more, our group of friends were all included in his album’s thank you message. Sweet! We then had a blast at the after party at Club Industry. The DJ did a great job in mixing and spinning music such as Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Craig David, Beyonce, PCD, Black Eyed Peas and many more. We had a swell time!
Crashing at The Show. After having a blast at Kid’s launch, as if we’re not contented, we then dragged ourselves to the RX booth haha! Well, the visit’s actually a planned one, because Enzo promised me he’ll give me a copy of his Spanish modules (in audio format) that’s why I made sure to dropby after the launch. And so we did, and what a way to call it a day! Fun indeed! Specially when Arden did his scandal haha!
Invaded. The next day, as if we’re not contented again, my two remaining buddies that gimik weekend Nhinz and Chelle suddenly wanted to watch Transformers. So I was like, are you both serious? But who am I not to give in? I love the first one and I thought the second one’ll be equally good. And yes, we enjoyed it! So much that I am seeing it again tomorrow. This time with two other friends and my twin brothers. Yeah, that’s how I liked the movie.
The Michael Jackson Hangover. I guess most are still not over this one. Or probably some still can’t seem to fathom the mere idea of the untimely death of The King Of Pop. Well, same here. I’ve been tweeting lyrics of some of his songs, posting status about him, taking quiz on Facebook about him and his songs, putting his songs on repeat mode in my player. Even our neighbors are still strucked; I’ve been hearing most of them play Jacko songs every morning, out loud. It just goes to show, proving further, that his music will live on and he’ll stay in our hearts forever. He led a sad enough life, so let’s try not to be sad on his death. Instead, let us all celebrate his music. Here’s a tribute montage from YouTube, one of the many I liked. This one’s much better with his song Man In The Mirror.