These Hungarian folk dancers get on stage and no one knows what to expect. Is it going to be weird? Good? Embarrassing? But just seconds into their performance on "Britain's Got More Talent," the judges' jaws dropped.
It's not everyday we see a group like this step on stage and perform in front of the whole world. But these men knew they had a talent that needed to be seen, and they were 100 percent correct! An awesome performance from start to finish that has the judges and crowd on their feet dancing along. You've got to see what these guys can do, and be sure to SHARE this with all your friends and family!
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Christian rapper Andy Mineo is gearing up to release his second full-length album Uncomfortable next month and he's using some unorthodox methods to promote the project, including a new video he released Sunday that features him giving a speech using sign language with absolutely no sound.
The video clip titled "Andy Mineo Speechless Announcement," features the Reach Records rapper walking in front of the camera speaking and making hand gestures. However, there is no audio of his voice, so viewers must interpret his signs and read his lips to understand what he's saying.
During the clip, Mineo appears to be announcing a new song. Various fans on his YouTube page believe they have decoded his message. more >>
Zayn Malik has sparked a Twitter feud on Monday night with Calvin Harris over a post about the latter's sweetheart Taylor Swift.
It all began when Zayn Malik retweeted a post from another Twitter user that compared Taylor Swift's move to withdraw her music from Spotify and Miley Cyrus' contentment with her achievement. The talented DJ immediately swooped to Swift's defense and lashed out at the former One Direction member and the original poster, according to The Huffington Post.
The original post, which has since been deleted from Twitter, featured Swift saying her fans can still listen to her music on iTunes, although she has already pulled it out from Spotify. It also remarked on the "astounding" difference between the two female artists. more >>
Irish celebration band Rend Collective has said that family unity inspired their forthcoming album As Family We Go. They also shared their motivation in writing songs for the Church after witnessing growing hositility toward Christians in modern culture.
On Friday, the folky worship band from Bangor, Northern Ireland, will debut their fifth studio album, which has already hit No. 1 on the iTunes Christian albums chart. Members include Gareth Gilkeson, Chris Llewellyn, Ali Gilkeson, Patrick Thompson and Stephen Mitchell, and two bandmates (Gilkeson and Thompson) recently sat down with The Christian Post to chat about their history and mission.
"I guess our whole journey as a band has been family," Gilkeson, a drummer, told CP when asked about the inspiration behind As Family We Go. more >>
Canadian singer Justin Bieber is letting fans know that out of the multitude of songs he listens to, "No Longer Slaves" by Jonathan and Melissa Helser of Bethel music is in the top three of his iPod playlist.
Bieber, 21, was interviewed by Cosmpolitan magazine for its September issue in a Q&A called, "21 Things You Didn't Know About." There, he revealed that after Lil Wayne and Drake, he listens to worship music on his iPod.
" Top three songs on my iPod: 'Too Hollygrove to Go,' 'Hollywood,' 'No Longer Slaves,'" Bieber's response reads in the Cosmopolitan article titled, "Justin Bieber Likes Watching 'Scandal' and 20 Other Things You Never Knew About Him." more >>
Gospel artist Jonathan McReynolds has earned the praises of music legends such as Stevie Wonder and Kirk Franklin for his fresh take on the genre, and now he's preparing for the release of his second album Life Music: Stage Two.
The album will feature a collaboration with Grammy-award winning singer Indie Arie, a singer who McReynolds said received similar praise to him when she first arrived on the music scene.
While out promoting his new music, McReynolds stopped by CP Voice to discuss his upcoming album, and what it's like to be a budding gospel artist in an America that is growing more hostile toward Christianity. more >>