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This Catchy Song Discourages You From 'Feeding The Online Trolls'1m08s

This Catchy Song Discourages You From 'Feeding The Online Trolls'

The World Wide Web is a place where anyone, where ever they are, is free to say whatever is on their mind, under a shroud of anonymity. But these folks also tend to be annoying and overbearing, so much so that people have sworn off from social media and any other place where these so-called troll reside and feed on other people’s annoyance. It used to be fun, but not any more. While we salute those who have the nerves of steel to wrestle with these insatiable beasts of the Interwebs, there are those of us who decide to take a step back and leave the clash of the trolls for someone else to fix. If you still struggle with the itch in your hand whenever someone pokes the sleeping lion online, just sing these incredibly simple and catchy lyrics to yourself: Don't read the comments, yeah. They just gonna torment, you. Brush it off your shoulders, now. And say nah nah nah nah, yow! Don't feed the trolls. Don't don't don't. Instead, go eat a casserole! Don't read the comments, yeah. They just gonna torment, you. Brush it off your shoulders, now. And say nah nah nah nah, MEOW! By the end of the day, you will probably feel like you can’t get rid of the music being stuck in your head for some time, but it good. Maybe you, too, will learn to not feed the trolls!

Korean Street Performer Gives Incredible Rendition Of John Mayer’s Song3m54s

Korean Street Performer Gives Incredible Rendition Of John Mayer’s Song

Street artists under the name of 'BeautyHandsome AU' made a magnificent cover of 'No Such Thing' by John Mayer on the streets of Sinchon, Seoul. They entertained onlookers on the busy streets of Korea and presented unbelievable performance! We can all agree that street performers don’t get enough credit for the amazing skills they present to entertain onlookers for free. They put their time and passion into music and perform on the street, hoping that people will give them tips and enjoy their music. Footage shows this Korean performer, flaunting his skills on the guitar and rocking the microphone, singing a John Mayer hit, “Waiting On The World to Change” leaving the audience in awe. John Clayton Mayer is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer from Connecticut. He is a very talented guitar player and a wonderful bluesy folk singer. You could easily confuse this Korean street performer for John Mayer because he sounds exactly the same. Meet Eddie Chun, a singer and street performer who does unbelievable covers of John Mayer songs. His performance is very impressive that if you close your eyes you would believe that you are listening to Mayer himself. He is indeed a very talented performer with a raspy and serene voice. He and his band are seen entertaining onlookers on the busy streets of Korea. Watching Chun perform “No Such Thing” is absolutely fantastic. His appearance is so inviting and his angelic voice will impress you in no time.

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Published: January 2, 2018100,182 views
Check Out This Amazing High School Choir Singing Wonderful Christian Hymn3m57s

Check Out This Amazing High School Choir Singing Wonderful Christian Hymn

Check out this amazing high school choir from Memphis called “OneVoice” absolutely crush it in this performance of "O Come, O Come Emmanuel"! According to the bio on their site, OneVoice has quickly become a leader in the contemporary a capella movement under the direction of J.D. Frizzell. Performing popular music of many styles, OneVoice has collaborated with multiple GRAMMY winners, including The Swingles, New York Voices and Ben Bram. They have performed on The Sing-Off Live! Tour and hosted the National A Cappella Convention. In 2014, OneVoice became SONY Recording Artists with “Elvis A Cappella” alongside two groups from The Sing-Off: The AcoUstiKats from Season 4 and The Melodores, Season 5 champions. They won the Macy’s All-School A Cappella Challenge judged by #1 Billboard artists Pentatonix. In 2016, they had the honor of performing at the Southern Division ACDA Conference. They were seen by over 20 million people on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”. OneVoice had the honor of performing at The London A Cappella Festival alongside The Swingles, Home Free, Accent, and VOCES8. “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” is a Christian hymn for Advent and Christmas. It is a translation of a Latin hymn, Veni, Veni, Emmanuel, itself a metrical paraphrase of the O Antiphons, a series of plainchant antiphons (short chants) attached to the Magnificat at Vespers over the final days before Christmas. The 1861 translation from Hymns Ancient and Modern is the most prominent by far in the English-speaking world, but other English translations also exist. Translations into other modern languages are also in widespread use. The words and the music of "O come, O come, Emmanuel" developed separately. The Latin text is first documented in Germany in 1710, whereas the tune most familiar in the English-speaking world has its origins in 15th-century France.

This Five-Year-Old Singing A Sinatra Classic Is A Delight For The Ears1m48s

This Five-Year-Old Singing A Sinatra Classic Is A Delight For The Ears

He was regarded as “the greatest singer of the 20th century” by music critics and fellow musicians. The golden voice that was Frank Sinatra continues to live on through his legacy, although some might consider his music to be an “acquired taste”. Not many would say they know the lyrics of his songs, if it isn’t “My Way”. but if we were to ask this five-year-old girl, we would bet that she knows every single Sinatra by heart and she can sing them too! This sweet little girl is talented beyond her years. Not only can 5-year-old Sophie Fatu sing, but she has a special place in her heart for the classics. In fact, Frank Sinatra is one of her favorite singers. This legendary musician had so many hits in his career, it is hard to pick just one iconic song. Through the years, all sorts of musicians have covered this song, but little Sophie's performance of 'Moon River' tops them all. We love how she steps onto that stage with such confidence and belts out this classic, timeless tune! Not only can sweet Sophie sing, but she has a special place in her heart for classics. In another heartwarming video, the talented young girl sings another classic from Frank Sinatra. The footage of five-year-old Sophie singing "Fly Me To The Moon" will leave you speechless! But Sophie isn’t the only kid on the Internet with a deep love for Sinatra. Six-year-old Archie and his dad Matt love to belt out Sinatra duets while riding in the car! Go check them out.

vickyfatu
Published: December 16, 2017333,010 views
11-year-old YouTube star releases 'Beaches of Tofino' music video3m16s

11-year-old YouTube star releases 'Beaches of Tofino' music video

Canadian singer Jadyn Rylee has become a YouTube sensation, earning more than 20 million views for her original vocal covers of popular songs. This is the first song that Jadyn and Curt Ryle actually wrote together. It is about two people that meet on a vacation and become instant friends. The children in the video are Jadyn and Curt's son Brayden who actually became close friends after that very first visit. Enjoy!

JadynRylee
Published: December 12, 2017256,092 views
  Groom Can't Hold Tears When He Hears Bride Singing5m09s

Groom Can't Hold Tears When He Hears Bride Singing

Finding your best friend, finding your soul with whom you are going to share the rest of your life could be a real challenge. You might even end up making several mistakes until you find THE ONE. For better or for worse, you will be there one for another. There are going to be lots of rises and falls, but at the end of the day all that remains important is that you have each other. You will make each other laugh and let each other cry, you will listen to each other when you lose your mind and you will get to grow by each others side. Nobody expected this bride to come up with such a touching toast. She grabs her guitar and starts singing to her newly husband. "Even though I make mistakes, I know I’m ready. I found a heart that was just like mine… It’s a kind of love that can make you fly and I would do anything to see him smile…" The groom holds back his tears as he listens to the cover of Emily Hearn's song "Found a Heart". His lovely wife has prepared it as part of her toast. Everyone present are touched by the bride’s angelic voice. It is enchanting, it catches your attention, it is so relaxing. Now, this is a toast! And at the end of this video this touching moment gets interrupted by technical problems… Enough crying, people! It’s time to dance and celebrate this cute couple's wedding. Everybody on their feet!

Five-Year-Old Sings Wonderful Rendition Of Classic Hymn1m45s

Five-Year-Old Sings Wonderful Rendition Of Classic Hymn

Every kid is special in their own way, but we hope you will let us say that Sophie Fatu is by far the most special little girl online! The little girl can sing, and we mean really sing! She has become famous for her spotless renditions of Frank Sinatra classics like “My Way”, “Moon River” and “Fly Me To the Moon”. She has proven herself time and again for her amazing vibrato, which she practises constantly. But no good talent should ever allow themselves to stick to just one genre and that is exactly what sweet Vicky did. This is a clip of her singing “Mary Did You Know”, a classic Christmas hymn, accompanied by her mom Victoria, an award winning concert pianist and singer. The two form an impeccable harmony while singing together and it sends chills down our spines! We now know who did little Sophie gets both her looks and her talents from! She has such a bright and promising future ahead of her. "Mary, Did You Know?" is a Christmas song with lyrics written by Mark Lowry and music written by Buddy Greene. It was originally recorded by Christian recording artist Michael English on his self-titled debut solo album in 1991. While you are here, you just have to give this a Capella group a listen. They, too, perform this amazing song, but without musical accompaniment and in a beautiful chapel. Astounding!

vickyfatu
Published: December 5, 201759,313 views
4-Year-Old Sings Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' In This Cute Music Video2m40s

4-Year-Old Sings Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' In This Cute Music Video

This sweet little girl is talented beyond her years. Not only can 4-year-old Sophie Fatu sing, but she has a special place in her heart for the classics. In fact, Frank Sinatra is one of her favorite singers. This legendary musician had so many hits in his career, it is hard to pick just one iconic song. Through the years, all sorts of musicians have covered this song, but little Sophie's performance of 'My Way' tops them all. We love how she steps onto that stage with such confidence and belts out this classic, timeless tune. You can really tell that Sophie loves to sing with each and every note. As the song progresses, her voice gets more power, and she starts expressing the emotion of the song with her arms. Can you recognize the body language? There's something about little children singing with all their might that touches a special place in my heart. Who else could listen to this little cutie all day? It’s not always a case these days for young kids to be Sinatra fans, let alone know the lyrics. But tiny Sophie isn’t the only youngster who loves Sinatra. This kid is only 6, yet he loves to sing the jazz hit "Me and My Shadow". Watching little Archie belt out “Like the wallpaper sticks to the wall" made us shiver with astonishment, but when dad Matt joins in, it dawned us – this is actually a song about the two of them! That is just amazing!

vickyfatu
Published: November 13, 20171,042,719 views
Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' Nailed By Five-Year-Old Boy Drummer2m08s

Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' Nailed By Five-Year-Old Boy Drummer

This kid takes drumming to the next level and is aspiring to become the next rising star. Watch as he totally crushes the drum solo to Metallica's classic hit song 'Enter Sandman'. This boy’s drumming abilities are amazing. It is adorable to see how determined this little boy is when he plays the drums, he is rocking the stage real hard and shows serious devotion. The pride of many drummers is entirely misplaced because this five-year-old boy is nailing the song, despite of his age. This talented drummer is flaunting his skills like a real pro. Watch him play Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' with near perfect timing, serious determination and occasional glances at the camera. It is truly amazing! His parents must be very proud and should register him for the next talent show, because this kid has serious skills! "Enter Sandman" is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released as the first single from their self titled fifth album, Metallica in 1991. The music was written by Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. Vocalist and rhythm guitarist Hetfield wrote the lyrics, which deal with the concept of a child's nightmares. The single achieved platinum certification for more than 1,000,000 copies shipped in the United States, spurring sales of over 30 million copies for Metallica and propelling Metallica to worldwide popularity.

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Published: November 6, 2017832 plays$2.05 earned
Man Plays 'Amélie' Theme On Piano In Lviv, Ukraine1m25s

Man Plays 'Amélie' Theme On Piano In Lviv, Ukraine

People wandering the streets of the town of Lviv in Ukraine were graced with a musical performance by a street performer on a piano, something that is rarely seen with buskers. The tune is “Comptine d'un autre été : L'après-midi”, a track from the world-famous French motion picture Amélie. The 2001 French film Amélie, a motion picture set in Paris, France, about a young woman endeavoring to help and improve the lives of those around her. Having been home-schooled since childhood, Amélie finally leaves her lifelong home and begins to discover her true vocation in life: awarding her neighbors and colleagues love and happiness. But when Amélie chances upon her own romance, her adventure truly begins—ever captured by the music of Yann Tiersen. Busking is the act of performing in public places for gratuities. In many countries the rewards are generally in the form of money but other gratuities such as food, drink or gifts may be given. You can’t wander far in the city centers of Kyiv, Odessa, or Lviv without hearing busker music. As in just about any big city, they’re everywhere. However, these are not just the typical barefoot guitar or banjo slinging, Bob Dylan covering buskers I’ve become so accustomed to in the Northwest. In Ukraine, they mean business.

Buldakov
Published: September 25, 20173,724 views
Music Teacher Starts Singing Pop Song, Then The Entire Class Does Something Incredible3m08s

Music Teacher Starts Singing Pop Song, Then The Entire Class Does Something Incredible

An incredible video has emerged from the US of a music teacher singing 'Love Yourself' by Justin Bieber during class, moments later the entire class joins in by beat boxing. Victoria Fatu is a professor at West Virginia State University for music. It is amazing how spontaneously things turned up and she ended up singing Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself" song in the middle of explaining the deceptive cadence in her theory class. Watch as the entire class joins in by beat boxing and singing along. What an amazing teacher-student bond! The footage was shot in February, featuring Fatu beautifully singing while her entire class gets involved. I wish my music class was this cheerful! This young and talented professor sure knows how to keep her students entertained and eager for knowledge by putting it into practice! Amazing! These students were eager to learn more about the deceptive cadence and asked their music professor to put it in a song, suggesting she sings "Love Yourself" hit by Justin Bieber. Watch as Fatu amazes everyone with her angelic voice while another talented student is playing the instrumental part of the song on an acoustic guitar. Moments later, the entire class joins in and they are all having a blast! How talented they all are!

vickyfatu
Published: August 22, 201715,888,785 views