Beauty and the Beast Cute Kiddie Version
This is so amazing. Cant believe the two of this cute kids are doing good music on my ears. You should give it a try. Rediscover a Tale As Old As Time with this heartwarming duet! Elha Nympha and Noel Comia Jr. cover “Beauty And The Beast” by Ariana Grande & John Legend. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Found Sounds: Making Instruments From Trash
Ken Butler is a Brooklyn-based artist and musician who has built over 400 musical instruments. But these aren’t just any custom-built instruments. Butler builds his pieces from discarded items he finds on the streets of New York City. Hockey sticks, tennis rackets, brooms, golf clubs, pieces of furniture, styrofoam, toothbrushes: all are fair game for his masterpieces. It’s musique concrète… jungle. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Covering Rock Classics on the Ancient Gayageum
In Seoul, South Korea, a young musician is mixing a centuries-old Korean instrument with the music of rock legends. Luna Lee plays the gayageum, a box-like string instrument that dates back to 400 B.C. However, Lee thought it was wasteful to only play the traditional music associated with the instrument, so her repertoire features covers from Jimi Hendrix, Queen, Nirvana, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and other rock luminaries. With millions of views on her YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/luna422422), Lee is bringing Korean traditions of the past and popular culture of the present to a whole new audience. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Anita Antoinette – Turn Your Lights Down Low | The Blind Audition |
Anita Antoinette, who didn’t get a single chair to turn around for her last year during her audition on “The Voice,” had all four coaches fighting for her on Monday after her performance of the Bob Marley song, “Turn Your Lights Down Low.” If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Chicago Footwork: Music and Dance at a Whole New Speed
The fast-paced, energetic genre of music known as footwork came from a desire to speed things up. Born in the West and South Sides of Chicago, footwork emerged from hip-hop and juke music during the 1990s as local party goers encouraged DJs to speed up the music. Since then, it’s become a worldwide movement of producers and dancers. Renowned footwork DJ and producer RP BOO is considered the godfather of the genre. Let’s see if he can teach us a step or two. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Mewsic to Meow Ears
What is it like for a cat to be a cat? David Teie doesn’t know but he’s trying to find out. The classical musician came up with the idea of writing music for our purring feline friends, with the goal of communicating in something like their language. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
STAY WITH ME [GOBLIN (도깨비) OST] – Chanyeol & Punch English/Korean | Jason Chen Cover
STAY WITH ME [GOBLIN (도깨비) OST] – Chanyeol & Punch English/Korean | Jason Chen Cover If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Girl Can Sing Like A Man Reaction
Amazing Thailand’s Got Talent Man or Women performance. A young lady can sing with two great voices. One as a man and the other as a woman and both of them were incredibly good. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.
Get Lost in this Insane Thai Psych Rock
In 2011, the Khun Narin Electric Phin Band uploaded a video of one of their performances to YouTube. Two years later, they were signed to L.A.’s “Innovative Leisure.” We reveal the method behind the group’s psychedelic blend of Eastern and Western musical styles. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.