Blackbi (Phạm Đình Thái Vũ) is known as a comedian and actor of the FAPtv Team and has taken part in many film projects of FAPTv. Besides that, Blackbi also tries his strength in music.
After the success of MV “Anh Là Người Xấu” which received over 8 million views, he continuously released the MV “Muốn Nói Với Em” on June 6th, 2020 on his official channel. The song was composed and performed by TTeam.
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TTeam (Mai Xuân Thứ, Đức Trí and Blackbi from the left to the right). Source: Blackbi’s official YouTube channel
The song is a sad ballad about the bitter love story of Kiều Minh Tuấn and Lê Chi (an actress of FAPtv). The lyrics are talking about the loneliness of Kiều Minh Tuấn when he keeps missing his girlfriend every second even though she is now in another world.
It is cruel when even simple happiness is out of his reach. He wishes for another happy ending in another life. The rap part is catchy but miserable as he wonders why she promises to be with him forever but doesn’t keep her word.
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In the Vpop MV, Kiều Minh Tuấn depicts a guy who knows about the incurable disease of his girlfriend but he tried to pretend that he didn’t know the truth to spend their last days together.
At the end of the MV, Kiều Minh Tuấn successfully shows the emotions of the guy who can’t accept the fact that his girlfriend has gone. He can’t escape from their beautiful memory and keeps living in his imagination like a crazy guy.
The MV was filmed in Phan Thiết, a coastal city in the middle of Vietnam. The imagery of the MV is very romantic with the spectacular landscape of wide sand hills and a beautiful golden beach. Thái Vũ appears in the MV with the role of a saxophonist. The MV quickly got four million views after two weeks and received a lot of positive comments from many other artists, like Ngô Kiến Huy, Trịnh Thăng Bình and AMEE.
Muon Noi Voi Em: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TlJtpytXtk
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