100 Replies to “New music video for Majulah Singapura”

  1. shouldn't our national anthem be explosive with force to show the birth of our country?
    This version is like singing to the demise of our country at a funeral service
    Can we simply scrap this disgraceful version?

  2. Multiracial version… love it.

    Erhu – Chinese
    Tabla – Indian
    Guitar – Eurasian
    Accordian – Malay

    Nice and Good Idea…. Majulah Singapura.

  3. Hancur. Kau sudah merosakkan dan memalukan lagu kebangsaan singapura. Zubir said tetap zubir said. Kau tak akan boleh ubah sejarah.

  4. The fcuk? It's like singing our national anthem for the last time as Singaporeans. No way am i going to sing this way.

  5. Err, do you guys not understand the sentiment of our national anthem? Late Encik Zubir wrote this in hopes to "echo the enduring hope and spirit of Singaporeans for progress", and while I love the inclusivity shown in the MV, I don't see this as anywhere more encouraging than a songka(funeral), the theatres are empty, as if foreboding something, the last of Singaporeans? Hahaha

  6. Folks, this is just a music video for the NDP rendition.
    The actual re-recording version is here => https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLubShIIekg

  7. It's already 2019, PAP please stop trying to curry support and buy votes with this kind of sappy "nostalgic" bullshit. As you can see, it is majorly backfiring.

  8. Lol chill peeps this one jus mv nia la. The actual song you sing every morning is almost the same as previous. Honestly this rendition is not bad. Dont like ndp say touching touching thn now they have an mv for it say not nice -.-

  9. People that are commenting negative thoughts on this video feels that the way on how it's being delivered(Sang) is much more important than the meaning of the song . The Point of this Song is to understand the meaning of it and apply it to our daliy singaporean lifes . I know all of you have your own opinion about this Video. Please keep your opinion to yourself.

  10. Everyone, please don't get confused….this is not our new National Anthem. The new one is just a better version of the symphony thats all

  11. Singaporeans in the comments are fucking dumb. But i blame the straits times for misleading all the dumb koteks in the comments.

  12. wow… this version shag sial.. thanks but no thanks.. no need for our students to sing towards singapore's funeral everyday..

  13. This rendition is really bad.

    Why the MV only show a bunch of people in black and white?

    Why focus on the performers instead of focusing on Singapore's identity and the different culture and ethnicity?

    Why the singer need to sing our anthem with such sorrow? We should be in a sedia position singing it loudly and proudly.

    Why the song focuses on the voice of the singer instead of the sound of our anthem?

    I can never be proud singing this rendition.

  14. This music video rendition of our National Anthem should be played right after 'Let's Celebrate 2020' Countdown Show Live on Channel 5 and all Mediacorp TV Stations.

  15. Low grade singing, immediately feeling down after 2 seconds upon first hearing (without even reading others comment)

  16. Why are we changing the tempo to our National Anthem. It sounds simply HORRIBLE!! The countries in the world do not change the tempo to their National Anthem, why then Singapore! Whose idea was this? Sorry, but it’s not a good idea at all.

  17. Whats wrong with a new version.. there are tons of creative versions of anthems everywhere. Take it as an ode, a creative tribute and a new perspective guys.. chill

  18. This rendition of our national anthem is just horrible. Bad singing and bad instrumentation, just like "rojak". Zubir Said would have turned in his grave hearing this. Sorry, this is my honest opinion.

  19. The traditional instrument used doesnt fit the song! The government should stop forcefitting the idea of '4 races' in anything and everything. It justs reinforces that there are 4 races in Singapore and not accepting citizens as 'Singaporeans'

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