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A two-year-old little girl was trying to perform songs from the movie Frozen, when her mom's laughter interrupted the singing. The interruption definitely brought out the diva in this passionate vocalist.
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Is Snoopy of the Peanuts comics fame the first thing that comes to mind to you, too? Well, like Snoopy, this Beagle named Harley absolutely loves banjos as well. In fact, he's singing along while his owner Allan provides the tunes. Now if only he can get Harley to strum the banjo like Snoopy.
Warning: Explicit language. It isn't easy being a Disney princess, but clearly it comes with the perks of being adorable and animated. Snow White and Elsa from Frozen are perhaps two of the more memorable royal ladies in the Disney universe, which is why things were bound to get testy in a rap battle featuring the two beauties. See who came out on top, White (Whitney Avalon) or Elsa (Katja Glieson).
Daniel Montgomery is a composer who can play a vast array of musical instruments, the piano being his go-to. However, trying to play the piano while taking care of a baby is nearly impossible. So Daniel wrote a piece he could play with one hand while he held his son with the other. Aww!
Someone out there must be a huge Death Cab for Cutie fan. During the band's performance at Rifflandia 2014, a nice message was sent to co-founder Chris Walla, who is leaving the band, in the form of a meteor in the sky.
Never has creating sporting equipment been so musically-inclined. Sons of Bheho has created the anthem for anyone who works for Rawlings or at a DICK'S Sporting Goods store. We're not sure that those folks needed a theme song, but these young guys really went for it. "Build a Baseball Bat" could be the sports equivalent of "Friday."
This guy was just grooving, making his own music video. He had the car, the wind, which was just a fan, the car, the hair and the moves. He had it all. But nothing messes up your groove like mom does, especially when she needs a pack of cigarettes. Sorry, buddy! Good thing it was all just for a silly skit!
If you were a fan of this 80s hit song by Nena before, this video will remind you why. Watch the talented Andrew Huang cover the song using only, you guessed it, red balloons! This really is quite impressive. Now we dare you to get the song out of your head for the rest of the day.
A fox-themed street piano was just an art installation by Katriona Dean in Cobourg, Ontario until the talented, 59-year-old Michael McNamara sat down to play. His incredible performances are not only blowing the minds of the people in Cobourg, but people all over the Internet too. This amazing musician joined RTM via Skype to tell us his story and talk all about his street performances. You can listen to more of Michael's music right here.
Remember the sexy music video for Call on Me by Eric Prydz? Well, this is a remake and it might be even better than the original! Aktiv Against Cancer is an organization that promotes being active for cancer patients. So, they got a group of cancer survivors and patients together to dance, be sexy and re-create the iconic music video. Incredible! Click here to see the full video.
Women from around the world have brought joy to others by using their wonderful singing voices. In clip one, a group of girls in Mexico decided to do something nice for an elderly window washer. The ladies sang her a birthday song, got her food and something to drink for "National Grandparents Day." In clip two, three girls were out on a walk in the country of Georgia when they decided to start singing. The musical trio is now getting a lot of attention and the girls have been surprised by their feedback.
What could be better than Taylor Swift's new song Shake It Off? The answer is usually nothing, that is, until the Delta Sigma Phi - Beta Mu fraternity, from Transylvania University, performed a lip sync of the entire song in one long continuous take. That's so much better! Well done, guys, well done.