Girl dances around the to the beats of music and impressed the crowd with her energetic dancing flair and grace. Her nimble legs are something worth admiring.
This DJ knows sure as hell that the audience won't be stopping themselves from moving to the beats of "Turn Down for What" and messes around with the audience.
This little kid on the piano is so stunning that people could not resist his music and thankfully someone recorded it and shared it with the whole world.
Passion and determination make anything possible. Erik Cavanaugh is on a mission to break down the orthodox idea of a typical slim ballerina.
We have seen people playing piano with their hand but he does so with his balls. Watch the amazing video to believe.
This dog seems to get a mysterious energy when he has a lemon in front of him. See it move and dance around with the lemon in absolute precision.
Although, you might not understand the language of this rap, you won't be disappointed with it as the freestyle rapping of these two will blow your mind.
Watch this India guy very smoothly and nonstop rapping the menu of an Indian restaurant. I guess he was awarded employee of the month for this idea.
The poor guy was singing his lungs out in public, but not all pupil liked his performance. Watch how a man reacts on his song, time the poor guy will think twice.
Watch this lucky guy’s frozen car wipers are playing the beat of Queen’s famous song “we will, we will rock you” and he is humming and enjoying it inside the car.
“Being Sassy Pandez: China Tour” will explore the hectic, fun and exciting lifestyle of London’s unique Sassy Pandez, who is a professionally signed producer/beat-maker, Maxim’s “Sexiest DJ in the World”, an African churchgoer, herbalist, vegan and outspoken PETA supporter while she explores Hip-Hop, social media and digital media influencers in China, Singapore and Southeast Asia.
Don't tell Aubrey Logan that jazz and pop don't mix! This sassy singer-songwriter and world-class trombone player has heard it before, and she's proving the doubters wrong with cross-genre tracks that bridge the sounds of Herbie Hancockand Bruno Mars. For her latest single, Logan jumps back to 1990 with a cover of MC Hammer's ‘U Can't Touch This’.
Logan hits every note and rapid-fire rap lyric of the hip-hop classic with her four-octave jazzy vocal range, fused with swing-tinged musicianship, scatting and of course, her own trombone playing. Her jazzy restyling of this MC Hammer hit makes this one of the sassiest and ingenious make-overs of this year.
"I was determined to make a classic hip-hop song in my jazz style, but had the hardest time finding one I connected with. But one day in the supermarket, I heard MC Hammer’s 'U Can’t Touch This' playing in the produce aisle," Logan explains "I immediately jumped for joy; started singing along and thinking of ways to re-harmonize the track." Enjoy the jazz-tastic result!
Have you ever dreamed of making music with calculators? If you have not, then after watching this video, you surely will. This is some badass skill.
Occurred on October 7, 2017 / Detroit, Michigan, USA
Info from Licensor: "At a National Smash Bros tournament, a musician modded his gamecube controller to function as a synth and beatpad. He proceeds to make an original song on the spot using only the controller."
It’s ten years since Paul Potts became the first ever winner of Britain’s Got Talent in front of a record breaking 12 million viewers, with his jaw dropping version of Nessun Dorma. Now, one of the UK’s most popular tenors celebrates the past decade with the release of his most ambitious album to date, ‘On Stage’ on 13 October (which happens to be Paul’s birthday). ‘On Stage’, Paul’s fifth studio album, is a collection of songs that have either inspired or been performed by Paul in leading roles - from Broadway to the West End - during his extraordinary career. To mark the 10-year anniversary of Paul’s first ever performance on Britain’s Got Talent, the opera superstar gives us a special performance of ‘Impossible Dream’, a song his wife’s grandfather always encouraged Paul to sing before he became famous. Now Paul Potts is the personification of that song. May we all live the Impossible Dream.
Well, the only sound terrible sound in the whole world which will please your ears and a sound which would not say no to listen again and again.
First time when I saw, I was really surprised to see what this man is trying to do. I was wondering the way this man produced an amazing music only with a gaming console.
We can play Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus, then what the harm in playing this video where you can hear a beat that is just mind-boggling.