Elizabeth Gillies' first solo song for the hit TV show, "Victorious". It is the fourth track from the new EP, "Victorious 3.0: Even More Music From The Hit TV Show", available now. According to Liz, this isn't the version they used in the episode. That version will be available on iTunes soon and will be uploaded shortly after here.
Song: "You Don't Know Me" Artist: Elizabeth Gillies Album: "Victorious 3.0" Written By: Elizabeth Gillies, Jason Levine, Sam Bisbee Font: Bebas Neue Program Used: Sony Vegas 9.0 Download Link (iTunes): https://t.co/sjsmTGCr Download Link (Amazon): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009Y4ILXG/ref=s9_simh_gw_p340_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=15EGBK32S6W1JX2X4QH6&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1389517282&pf_rd_i=507846
Thank You Liz. Liz Gillies tweeted this on November 9th. I'm really happy she got to see it, I didn't even think she would. She and her amazing talent are what motivate me to make these videos and that tweet, the fact that she saw it, is what makes it worth the hard work and sometimes choosing to make lyric videos instead of making homework or studying for a test. So, again, thank you so much Liz. You are one of my greatest inspirations. And I hope you don't take the review so seriously, I'm not a professional reviewer or anything... :P
Your Welcome Dan. I was surprised and honored to see that Dan had tweeted this video. Sadly, those emotions faded away when I realized that he copied this video and uploaded it to his channel without even crediting me. I'll keep tweeting him but for now he didn't answer. I'm still honored that he watched my video and shared it, but very disappointed in him for stealing it. Thank you for the subscribers who noticed that he copied it and commented on this video and showed me support! :)
Personal Review: The, sadly, leaked track by Liz, titled "You Don't Know Me", shows Liz in her rock mode like never before. Vocally, it's great and shows her range and power. Lyrically, it doesn't show a lot. It isn't bad, it's just too simple in my opinion. And since Liz co-wrote it, I'm hoping that this isn't the lyrical level that she will have in her upcoming debut album. The music is good - a nice combination of Pop and Rock, although in the chorus it gets a little 'blurry'. Overall, very nice and catchy, and will surly grow on me. It reminds me a little of Alanis Morrisette and Avril Lavigne, but also sounds original. Nice job! 4/5 Stars.
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