The Pop Danthology Report: What the Web knows about the coolest mash-upper Daniel Kim, rephrased!

Daniel Kim

Due to a number of unexpected hits on my post Popdanthology’s 2012 Songs Mashup!, I have decided to make somewhat a summary of what we have on the Net about Daniel.

So, this thing I have cannot be a technical write-up or a journalistic endeavor of sort, but rather a mere onlooker trying to piece something together.

So I’ll hit it up:

Daniel Kim2

 

On Facebook

So some things we could know about him is in here on his Info page on Facebook.

I’m quite out of time, I haven’t approached the guy and I’m by all means not putting everything in out of respect. Let’s just log-in on Facebook okay and read the page.

Yet here are interesting facts:

  • He’s Canadian, resides at Vancouver.
  • I think this he wrote sums it all up: “Self-produced electro house musician who writes, composes, and sings his own music.”
  • He describes himself as “more of a businessman by nature than an unstructured artist…”
  • He talks about his music production style: “Daniel takes a very strategic and organized approach to his music.”
  • More on his music philosophy: “Having little patience for entertainment that progresses slowly, he aims to make concise, catchy bass/beat-driven dance music that gets to the point quickly while still keeping his singing an integral part.”
  • His goal: “Like David Guetta, he hopes to entertain the mainstream house music audience and the pop music audience.”
  • And the way he sees his music: “His sound is dark and sexy and his lyrics are mature and deep.”
  • His interests: ‘Level 5 Leadership / Servant-Leadership, Integrity, Justice, Philosophy, Psychology, Travel, Cultures of the World, Strategic Communication, Writing’

Daniel published free downloadable links of his mash-ups through this Facebook note.

Daniel lists these sites as his:

http://flavors.me/kimagination
http://www.youtube.com/kimaginati0n
http://twitter.com/followdanielkim

 

The Gift of OCPD

Daniel writes on his blog giftofocpd.com, an informative site about obsessive-compulsive disorder, his thoughts and his advocacy. As he puts it: “Understanding how obsessive-compulsive personality disorder is a gift that just needs a little grace.

Check out this post called Empathy.

On Daniel’s Work from others

Perhaps it is safe to say Daniel garnered significant media attention through his utterly well-made 2012 songs mash-up (Popdanthology’s 2012 Songs Mashup!­).

So music bloggers like Album Confessions wrote extensively on the mash-up’s inclusions.

Here’s one from 2muchtv.com and thoughtcatalog.

 

And there you go. We’re gonna hear more about Daniel most probably on January 2014! Can’t wait for the New Year!

 

 

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General Santos City Traffic Enforcers do the Harlem Shake!

Because I do love my hometown General Santos City, and I salute the men and women behind the General Santos City Traffic Enforcement, headed by Assistant City Administrator Glenville Gonzales.

We Generals surely do know how to have some fun.

After all, it’s a great morning like any other. Some dancing would be great.

Here’s a good one from a Jeremy:

 

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Inside Claridge’s (Part 3) plays well at the 2012 London Olympics.

Inside Claridge’s of BBC shows the ways and means of the hotel’s management, and its very rich clients. After long negotiations, the hotel’s management agreed to do the documentary.

This episode shows preparations for the 2012 Olympics as heads around the world are booked at the hotel. A 10-day pop-up restaurant is also marketed for the Olympics featuring world’s top-rated restaurateurs from Noma.

If I could only work at Claridge’s someday. I’m graduating soon. I could start out as a waiter or a telephone man there.

(Idea taken from chuvaness.com)

Inside Claridge’s (Part 2) tales customer demands and supplying staff.

Inside Claridge’s of BBC shows the ways and means of the hotel’s management, and its very rich clients. After long negotiations, the hotel’s management agreed to do the documentary.

We’re seeing more of the meticulous head of housekeeping, the butler, the lift man, quality control procedures, renovations.

(Idea taken from chuvaness.com)

Inside Claridges (Part 1) tells why good old rich people go back to Mayfair, London.

Inside Claridge’s of BBC shows the ways and means of the hotel’s management, and its very rich clients. After long negotiations, the hotel’s management agreed to do the documentary.

In here, we are introduced to Claridge’s hardworking staff led by General Manager Thomas Kochs. Funny coz he’s a German in a highly Brit world.

My favorite part in here is the story of the old couple who’ve been going to the hotel for many holidays.

(Idea taken from chuvaness.com)