Nov 032013
Girl Battling Cancer Covers ‘Roar’ By Katy Perry

Of all the people to cover Katy Perry’s most recent uplifting and inspirational hit single, Roar, Canadian Olivia Wise may be the most appropriate. 

Olivia is battling brain cancer, and her physical condition is sadly deteriorating. But she is a fighter, so even though she can no longer stand, or take deep breaths, she jumped on the chance to cover the hit single when offered time at the recording studio.

Now, her three week old cover video has thankfully gone viral, with over half a million hits, allowing more and more viewers to donate to her Brain Tumor Research fund

The video has also been featured by major new sites, such as CNN, HuffPost, Examiner, DailyMail, and Metro



 Katy Perry even responded to the viral cover video. 


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Nov 022013
Walk Off The Earth Performs ‘Gang Of Rhythm’ On VW Beatle

Canadian rock band Walk off the Earth, most famous for their viral cover of Gotye’s hit single Somebody That I Used To Know, is again trending online. 

They teamed up with Volkswagen to cover their 2012 song Gang Of Rhythm using the new 2014 Volkswagen Beetle as an instrument. The music video is visually and aurally lovely to say the least. 


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Nov 012013
If No One Came To The Monster Mash Music Video

Everyone knows the classic Monster Mash Halloween tune, but what would happen if none of the other zombies, ghouls, and witches showed up?

College Humor wondered just that, and put together this music video parodying the popular holiday monster song, titled If No One Came To The Monster Mash


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Nov 012013
What Does The Farmer Say Ylvis Parody Music Video

When he’s not working on the farm, Derek Klingenberg likes to create country-themed pop music parodies. 

His latest farmer spoof of the Norwegian pop sensation What The Fox Say has gone viral, especially in the Dakotas. 

The music video was posted on Tuesday, and has already amassed over 300,000 hits.


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Oct 312013
Sad Clown Covers ‘Royals’ By Lorde

Musician Scott Bradlee is the head of The Postmodern Jukebox, and is well known on YouTube for delivering one-of-a-kind pop music covers.

When they decided to cover the newest one-hit-wonder Royals by Lorde, they had to truly think outside the box to stand out from the crowd of countless covers. 

So Scott invited Puddles, the seven foot tall sad clown with the golden voice, to perform with his crew.

Ya, this is definitely not your standard cover


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