In her bio, Miss Myi describes herself as ‘taking pop-princess to a whole new level’. My first impression of her online presence, however, is that she seems more like a model, or a ‘celebutante’ (based on the only videos I could find). Considering how talked-up her profiles are, it’s unfortunate that I could find no trace of this sexy girl dancing in her [makeshift] online portfolio.
The 2 (demo-ish) tracks on her ReverbNation profile make her out to be more of a wanna-be-web-sensation, than a pop diva, in my opinion. With a little more experience, and the help of some visionary producers that can hopefully assist in generating more content, I predict that Miss Myi will break out of her shell and show the world what she is truly made of, but it’s gonna take more time.
We all have to start somewhere I guess, but contributing to a revolution in the world of sing-and-dance requires a little more content to represent yourself professionally, at least before you seek reviews. Great art shines bright, and doesn’t need to be sold.
I hope to somehow inspire a more-collected and more-cohesive approach, and that my constructive criticism will resonate inside any strategic marketing plans for marketing Miss Myi in the future. Cliche’, I know, but actions really do speak louder than words in this content-saturated, unforgiving e-verse where VIRALITY IS KING.
My rating: 3.2/10