Nov 132013
Miley Cyrus Covers Summertime Sadness On BBC Radio

It’s not hard to go viral when you’re super pop star Miley Cyrus.

The Wrecking Ball singer was recently hosted by BBC Radio 1 where she covered Lana Del Rey‘s melancholy single Summertime Sadness in their signature Live Lounge.

In one day, the new music video has gone viral with over one million hits already!


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Nov 122013
Zelda A Link To The Past Theme Music A Cappella

Besides for the Super Mario Brothers, The Legend Of Zelda may be the most notorious Nintendo franchise out there.

So it’s no surprise that gamer a cappella master Smooth McGroove has gone viral yet again, this time singing the famous theme music for The Legend Of Zelda: A Link to the Past completely by himself. 

Even non-Zelda fans are familiar with the catchy tune, and approve of this message. 


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Nov 082013
Russian Army Choir Performs ‘Get lucky’

Apparently it takes some time for pop music to migrate to Mother Russia

Russian YouTube channel РИА Новости just published this performance of the Russian Army Choir performing the Daft Punk techno hit single Get Lucky.

Apparently, they will be performing the song at a concert in the Kremlin in honor of the National Ministry of Internal Affairs worker’s day, says Knuckztve.

Veteran viewers will remember the choir last went viral on the Western web in the summer, singing Skyfall


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Nov 072013
Rap Song Without Using The Letter ‘E’

The letter ‘E’ is the most common letter in the word game Scrabble. And for good reason. The popular vowel is one of the most used letters in the English Alphabet.

To prove his rap cred, Andrew Huang has ditched the ‘E’ in his latest song, appropriately titled Rap Without The Letter E


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Nov 062013
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers Surprises And Creates Song With Teen Who Suffers From Spina Bifida

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and David Gruber collaborated to create It’s Aaron, a charity organization to “create awareness for organizations and people who are changing the world.”

In their latest episode, the two philanthropists surprise Kelly, a teenager who suffers from Spina Bifida, at the famous Pabst Theater in Milwaukee. 

Together, Aaron and Kelly create a song together, and highlight IndependenceFirst, “an organization run by and for the benefit of people who have disabilities.”


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