Christina Aguilera Mulan Video: Loyal Brave True

Am I the only one who misses the old MTV? The one where music videos were all the rage? That MTV TV channel that played music videos 24/7 is gone.

Videos still get made, but in 2020 they are uploaded to YouTube.

Christina Aguilera is not an artist I have listened to very much. Her style of music is not one I follow or am that interested in, however, I can get behind any good song, regardless of genre.

Decades ago, musician Christina Aguilera recorded a pop version of the song “Reflection” for Disney’s 1998 animated movie Mulan. Now, the singer is back with a new ballad for the upcoming live-action remake of the movie titled “Loyal, brave, true”.

Christina Aguilera Has a New Mulan Music Video and Disney Fans Have Mixed Feelings

Here’s the new Mulan video of the song, “Loyal Brave True”

Just an average ballad for me. What do you think? Does it make you more excited to see Mulan?

Am not seeing many people I subscribe to clamoring to drop 30 bones plus tax to see this one, but maybe they are containing their excitement, waiting for the date to draw nearer.

Mulan will be available as a VOD on Disney+ for an additional $29.99 fee. This isn’t a one time or 24 hour rental, as long as you stay subscribed to Disney+, Mulan will be there.

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot’s Imagine Instagram Karaoke is disliked, imagine that?

When you’re rich in the current troubled times, it’s best to do your talking with your checkbook, it seems, not making videos on your phone.

Gal Gadot released a video on her Instagram account with some out of key singing — and some in key — by a group of rich Hollywood actors and actresses that was met with a tepid response on social media.

Others wondered why the deep-pocketed diva couldn’t just send cash to help those suffering from the COVID-19 crisis, which has prompted nationwide business closures, and thousands of restaurant worker layoffs in New York City alone.

Gal Gadot’s ‘Imagine’ cover spawns outrage: ‘Just donate money’

For those who don’t know the story behind the song by famous Beatles singer, John Lennon, it’s usually used in cases to inspire unity, which now would be an appropriate time most certainly. The sad irony is Lennon, a man who fiercely believed in worldwide peace, was gunned down by a disturbed fan.

I like hearing John Lennon sing the song, rather than imitators. RIP John.

Trying to keep a more optimistic view of the world at large right now, rather than join in the snarkiness over what others should and shouldn’t be doing.