Why I found this so entertaining I will never know…
Marquese Scott, also known as “Nonstop”, is a YouTube personality and hip hop/dubstep street dancer who’s work is unbelievable.
Set Fire To The Rain (Ember Waves Dubstep Remix) is the name of the song
Let’s face it, the goat is going places.
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These Canadian men singing at Tim Horton’s are endearing and kind of beautiful. That’s one good thing about being old, you can do crazy shit and nobody bats an eye.
Something about this is hypnotic and mesmerizing. I can’t put my finger on it…
The ‘Parov Stelar Shuffle’ by Josy Carver. Subscribe to here Youtube page HERE
Which one do you like more, or rather, which one annoys you less??
Singing in the shower parrot
Listening to a piece by Hauschka can be deceiving: What sounds like an ensemble of musicians and instruments is just one man, performing at one piano. His real name is Volker Bertelmann, and he hails from Dusseldorf, Germany, where he works with his “prepared piano.” He wrests disruptive sounds from the instrument’s 88 keys by outfitting the strings or mallets with objects such as ping-pong balls, aluminum foil and leather.
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Open guitar chord by WSHS student, Christopher Tamwoy. Thanks for reminding me how untalented I am, Chris. Jerk.
This ginger’s got soul.
The song’s called “Monsters” by Eclectic Method
I know, I know, it’s Taylor Swift. But still, this is just awesome.
More amazing music by ‘Walk off the Earth’ on their Youtube page HERE
He just cares soooo much. I apologize in advance….
On his way to a sold out show, Jay-Z introduces himself to an adorable old woman on the subway in NYC.
If Lil’ Jon and John Mayer had a kid, Lil’ John Mayer.
If you’ve never heard Charlie Chaplin’s climactic speech from “The Great Dictator,” you’re in for an incredible treat. And if you have seen it, you’re still in for a treat, because this is a pretty awesome remix of it, done by MelodySheep.
Based on a true story….