A student from the Glasgow MSc music class in the University of Glasgow has been awarded the prestigious Gold Medal at the Music Business Awards, for the best student-produced music video.
The video, which was filmed in the university’s Music and Media Studies Centre, is about a student and his girlfriend who is working on their music career.
The duo is in the process of getting their first album out.
The music video for the song ‘Pray’ was created by student Daniel Pang from the Music and Cinema program.
Daniel’s video has been viewed over 2.5 million times.
He said he was “absolutely thrilled” with the award and is hoping to win the Gold Medal for the film.
“I’m hoping that I can get a few more Gold Medals, which would mean the world to me,” he said.
Daniel said the award is not just about winning the award, but the fact that it has given him and his team the confidence to continue working on the project.
“When you hear a Gold Medal, you think that this is something you can’t miss,” he added.
It gives you a great sense of satisfaction to be able to work so hard and achieve this.” “
You can’t help but get up and try to push forward and do something really ambitious.
It gives you a great sense of satisfaction to be able to work so hard and achieve this.”
The student, who is studying music production, said the awards are “an amazing way to help us achieve something special”.
“It’s a bit of a weird thing to have a Gold medal but it’s really nice to have something that means a lot to us,” he explained.
“Hopefully we can inspire more people to work on this kind of thing.” “
Daniel said that his girlfriend was working on a film called ‘The World’s Best Movie’ and he was inspired by the concept. “
Hopefully we can inspire more people to work on this kind of thing.”
Daniel said that his girlfriend was working on a film called ‘The World’s Best Movie’ and he was inspired by the concept.
“There’s a lot more to music than just the music,” he told us.
“One of the things that inspired me was that in a lot in the film, people are working on songs that have nothing to do with the story, the plot.”
There’s so many more things that I’m thinking about, like how people are going to make the music in this movie or that movie or this world.
“If you’re a fan of movies or a music enthusiast, it’s just such a great idea to help create something that people want to see.”
He said that he hopes to work with the students who created the music video to help them achieve their music project.
The student said he is working towards his dream of making music videos and hopes to be making more as time goes on.
“What I’m trying to do now is to get people working with music and film and to be doing a lot with the music industry,” he continued.
“That’s one of the biggest things for me, that I want to be a part of the music world.”
Daniel said he hopes the music videos he creates will be used as inspiration for future students and his own students.
“Music is such a powerful thing,” he concluded.
“The music video, the song, whatever it is, I want people to hear it and then they can create something for themselves, or make something for others to make music for.”
The Gold Medal will be awarded at the 2016 Gold Medal Awards in London on October 29.