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This is a music video comprised of old-timey footage set to a modern remix of an old-timey cover of a modern hit song. Lost? Just watch the video and you'll find your way back with this sweet internet collaboration between Macklemore, Postmodern Jukebox, Bart & Baker, and Scott Bradlee (from Postmodern Jukebox). Enjoy!
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You may remember Bilal from his McDonald's order, but now this guy is spittin' lyrics about his favorite sandwich, ordering his Subway his way, with a rap. Don't know why he's wasting his talent at fast food chains, but it is definitely entertaining. So, that's a no to the "fresh" baked cookies, then? Uh, do you want banana peppers on that?
A stage can be a dangerous place if the wires aren't properly connected. The lead singer of deathcore band Emmure learned that first hand at a show in Russia. While holding the microphone, the singer was shocked with 200 volts of electricity, sending him straight to the floor. For an added bonus, watch this girl go down the escalator in an unconventional manner.
Not quite sure why this is a thing that exists in the world, but it is. It's a woman "performing" Beethoven's Fifth Symphony... with her butt cheeks. If you really want to, you can watch the whole thing here, butt but what would Ludwig think?
Dutchweek kicked off this year in Val Thorens, France, and it was quite the event. One guy made a big party foul, however, when a CO2 tank was too much for him to handle, and he let it loose to go rocketing around the crowd. Luckily for all of us, Kolpen Swenson caught it all on tape.
Apparently Tony Stark is a JT fan, and here's his Iron Man cover of Suit & Tie to prove it! "As long as I got my suits that fly, I'ma gonna soar those friendly skies". Watch the classly Mr. Stark show up Mr. Timberlake as he gets ready to blow up a few things, blow up a few things, with his gloves.
Last year, we brought you a story about a documentary movie called Landfill Harmonic. The film is about an organization that has turned trash into musical instruments that sound exactly like ones you would buy at a store. Poor and underprivileged children formed an amazing orchestra using these instruments. Those behind film started a Kickstarter project to help finish the project. To learn more about the film, we spoke to Alejandra Amarilla Nash about her involvement.
We're all familiar with "Kooky Girls", you know, the ones in almost every commercial that wear funky, vintage outfits, ride bikes with baskets, and have thick rimmed glasses. They smile sweetly and charm consumers into buying almost anything. Admit it, if Zooey Deschanel tried selling you a purse made out of a puppy, you'd at least consider it.
If this Iron Man trilogy remix doesn't get you pumped up for the film, we don't know what will. Check out Mike Relm's super cool remix of the popular movie series starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow. It will have you tapping your foot and bopping your head in no time. Are you a fan of the franchise?
Jason Kertson was only thirteen years old when he recorded this impressive track using two guitars at once! He's now fifteen and in a band called "Jason Kertson & The Immortals". Jason seems like one talented kid.
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Two-year-old Aaden Dallas loves Pitbull's "Bon Bon", a lot. It just gets him in the mood to boogie! Watch this cutie wiggle to this song... and only this song.
User submitted by Nancy Gonzalez via RightThisMinute's My Channel feature.
Whoa! Our Daily Huh? video will make you feel as if you took magic mushrooms! Check out artist and perfomer Joseph Keckler's vivid, complex and sometimes scary journey after he takes mushrooms. He based this operatic piece based on his shroom trip gone wrong. Liam Lynch animated this video that is sure to assault your senses. Now buckle up and hit play.
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