Good on you, Alex!
I have great respect for Alex and am in awe of his talent. I wonder, however, if
he might be getting a little too much exposure. It seems every time I turn
around there is another Deseret News article featuring his backstory, latest
song or video, Glenn Beck appearance, mormon.org profile, or collaboration with
some other artist. For someone trying to build a lasting career as a performer,
it is important to remain visble, but overexposure leads to a fatigue that can
be a career killer.To be taken seriously, it is also important to be
associated with only the highest quality productions. This video by these young
men was fun-filled, but low quality. The singing was poor, it lacked creativity,
and the choreography was loose. The message was admirable, but to tell these
young men that their talent is stellar is a disservice in the vein of those who
tell their tone deaf kids they should be on American Idol.Otherwise, these
are great young men trying to do a good thing. In that, at least, I think they
Eh gads "truth doctor"! These are a group of wholesome, handsome young
men having a good time and probably doing something like this for the first
time. Lighten up! I tried to send this to poor little miley cyrus, but
couldn't find her twitter account. If anyone needs this message she surely
does. Great vid, thanks Alex, for helping the boys have a great time with
an important message for young women.
Loved this video and was very impressed with Mr. Boye's talent. He stole
the show with his charisma and voice. I've heard of him before, but
didn't realize how talented he is. So to truth doctor's concern,
I'm a Mormon living in Utah who has been exposed to Mr. Boye and yet not
too familiar with him - Not too concerned about exposure fatigue. Excellent Work and Keep Building!!
Great kids and Great LeadersThe article could have been much shorter
and simpler if the author had just said, Alex is brother-in-law of one of the YW
leaders, which is the real reason he obeyed his wife.