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The Rapping Dad is back with another music video. This time around, he's rocking with his three sons on a new track. Derek Clark is a motivational speaker, who can freestyle with the best of them.
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They say "break a leg" in show business, but these folks don't subscribe to that sort of luck. In clip one, a female fan named Heather Best tried to throw her prosthetic leg on to the stage at a recent Blobbie Williams (Robbie Williams impersonator) concert in Guildford, England. While she missed the stage, a nearby roadie handed Williams the fake leg. In clip two, a peg-legged performer put on quite the show with a tap dance. He's not letting his missing leg hold him back from making a great beat.
Warning: This video contain explicit language. Artists all start somewhere and Grammy-winning rapper and pop culture icon Kanye West's start wasn't all that glamorous. This is West performing at Fat Beats in 1996. It was way before he released the audio magic of "All Falls Down," "Jesus Walks" and "Through the Wire." Still, you can definitely see his style starting to develop into what it has become.
During Tim McGraw's performance of "Truck Yeah" in Atlanta last week, one fan went in for a grab of McGraw and got 'swatted' by the country crooner. In the video you can see the woman grab on to McGraw's jeans and tug. McGraw responds by pushing her head away from him before she's promptly removed by security. A representative for the singer says, "He instinctively swatted to try and keep them from ripping his jeans (which they succeeded at doing), and so he could get to more fans who were trying to slap hands with him before the end of the show. He didn't know who had grabbed him and was trying to keep his pants from being torn." We got it Tim, look, don't touch.
On Thursday, we told you about how one of our viewers wanted us to find out who was singing a song called "Dancing in the Sky." It turns out that Dani and Lizzy are behind the incredible song. The singers joined RTM to talk about the song and their new album called "Work of Heart."
Selfies are pretty easy to take, but the Holderness family recently decided to go "old school" and take one with a Polaroid camera. The obvious waiting period between the photo-taking and the picture coming out clear inspired another song from the talented singing family.
Dani and Lizzy are not only twin sisters, they are also a singing duo with a pretty popular YouTube channel. It all started with a beautiful song called "Dancing in the Sky" and now the two have a brand new song with an album set to come out. Click here for the update to this story.
Never one to shy away from the camera or some fun, supermodel Cara Delevigne gets her fix for both in this awesomely quirky music video. Check out her swag as she lip syncs to LL Cool J and Jennifer Lopez while lying on a bed of candy. The clip, titled "Caraoke" was taped during the model's candy-themed photo shoot for Love Magazine.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg have nothing on Katie Haller, aka T-Spoon, and her parody of their popular song, "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang." She might be small but she just dropped a big hit for all the "shorties" because it ain't nothin' but a "wee" thang, baaaaabay. Click here to see the RTM take.
Unless you've been living under a sewer, you know that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get their names from Renaissance artists. The real Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael and Donatello were admired for their abilities to create beautiful things, while the turtles are known for their Foot Clan butt-whoopings. Putting all that aside, the groups decided to test their might against each other in the ultimate rap battle.
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Summer is the season of concerts. That's why the MOPOP music festival in Detroit, Michigan was the perfect setting for some Frisbee during a concert. A guy in the back row of the concert was able to send the flying disk to the stage in what was an impressive feat. Young the Giant's frontman asked for the Frisbee and promised a high-five in return.
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Darren Mullery of Ireland found out that he had pancreatic cancer when his wife was pregnant with their first child. Instead of feeling sorry for himself, Mullery literally took on the "Eye of the Tiger" when it came to his recovery. This music video is both inspirational and really fun.