During the rehearsals in preparation of the mash-up performance of Rocksteddy and Quest, they do not look pressured. This is probably because that Quest and Teddy (of Rocksteddy) know each other.
I like their creative process in coming up with the mash-up. Rocksteddy listened to ‚ÄúBack to Love‚Äù first. The chords of the song was patterned from Quest‚Äôs song since the key of ‚ÄúBack to Love‚Äù and ‚ÄúGising Na‚Äù does not differ much. Check out the interviews of Quest and Rocksteddy:
‚ÄúGising Na‚Äù (by Rocksteddy) and ‚ÄúBack to Love‚Äù (by Quest) mash-up is like a combination of Hip-Hop/R&B, Funk and Rock. I was not expecting that they would make the mash-up work because of the differences in their songs (language and genre). After hearing their mash-up, I did not feel that the outcome is just another medley. I like what they did with the intro of their mash-up because of the heavy and funky guitar riffs. I think the timing when each of the vocalists takes their respective turns to sing is just right. It does not feel that it was just included just to be able to conclude that they did a mash-up. I like how Quest delivered his rap lines. Check out the mash-up performance of Rocksteddy and Quest: http://musicstudio.coca-cola.com.ph/index.php/videos/vid-1317987324354/videos.html
Check out the back-stage photos of Quest and Rocksteddy at: http://musicstudio.coca-cola.com.ph/index.php/album-level2/1315409240282/album.html
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