"The Voice" Holland has run into one of the greatest performances they have ever seen. From start to finish Julia van der Toorn will blow you away with her incredible voice. It even causes a judge to hit the floor in shock!
She is only 17 years old, but don't be fooled by her age. Her voice is powerful and will speak to you from start to finish. As you can tell from this audition, she has incredible musical talent and can transform a song into something entirely her own. During this memorable audition, she sings her own version of "New York State Of Mind." For anyone who has heard the song before can probably sing along. But the way she sings the song is original and something you will want to share it with your friends.
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Cissy Houston, the mother of the late singer Whitney Houston and grandmother to Bobbi Kristina Brown, is revealing that her granddaughter's dire medical situation has not improved and that she is ready for whatever fate God decides for the 22-year-old who reportedly suffers from irreversible brain damage.
Bobbi Kristina, whose father is former R&B star Bobby Brown, has been hospitalized since Jan. 31. The 22-year-old was found unconscious in a bathtub in the Georgia home she shared with boyfriend Nick Gordon.
A fan of Chris Brown reportedly broke into his home Thursday and vandalized his property, but the rapper who just finished serving six years probation for physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend said he chose to pray for the woman he found naked in his bed after she allegedly trashed the belongings of his daughter and dog.
Brown, the 26-year-old R&B star, returned to his Los Angeles home Thursday where he found the words "I love you" plastered on a wall and the hinges removed from the doors where Amira Ayeb, 21, entered and reportedly left her mark. The singer gave an account of the events that took place on his Instagram page, while posting a photograph of Ayeb.
"I get home and find this crazy individual in my house. She had broken the hinges off the doors," Brown wrote in a post that has since been removed. "She found time to cook several meals. She wrote 'I love you' on the walls." more >>
When this dance group "Old Men Grooving" hit the stage, they certainly don't fail to deliver. The audience and Simon thought they were in for an embarrassing performance from these old men. But, their eyes stopped rolling and hands began to clap.
The music started to play and these men started to move like professionals. Everyone thought they would do poorly, but they were dead wrong. These dads can groove like you have never seen before. This video will inspire you and put a HUGE smile on your face. A hip-hop and street dance routine leaves everyone's mouths open in amazement. Even Simon is happy and gives them a standing ovation. No one was sitting down after this one!
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Skulls, triangle-shaped hand signs sometimes depicting the all-seeing eye of Egyptian god Horus and other symbolic gestures which many conspiracy theorists interpret as occult imagery, have been showing up in the music videos and artwork of prominent Christian artists such as Toby Mac, Lecrae and Andy Mineo, and fans are concerned that they might be affiliated with a secret society popularly known as the Illuminati — a shadow group they believe runs the world behind closed doors.
Lecrae triggered a frenzy online among Christian fans last month when he posed the triangular hand sign in KB's "Sideways" music video that resembled Jay Z's infamous Roc gesture. Conspiracy theorists such as YouTube's The Vigilant Christian say this is a Freemason and occult hand signal and some fans say Lecrae has connections to the dark side.
"Why is Lecrae throwing that kinda symbolism???? @ 2:32. This is no coincidence anymore [because] he did the same thing in his album 'Anomaly,'" said Bax Storm in the YouTube comments section for "Sideways." "All these symbols are believed to be of satanism which they are. I'm not hating on Lecrae. I'm just concerned." more >>
Four-time Grammy Award-nominee Matthew West shared recently that hearing 40,000 stories of human suffering and adversity from around the world inspired his new album Live Forever, which debuted at No. 1 on the Nielsen Soundscan Christian & Gospel Albums chart in its first week.
The 11-track project, which marks West's 6th studio album and the third in which every song was inspired by people's stories, has been lauded by fans around the world since its debut last week. It features the album's first radio single, "Day One," an uptempo song that reminds the American Music Award winner of a memorable moment he once had with a recovering drug addict at one of his concerts.
"Well, every single day Your grace reminds me/That my best days are not behind me/Wherever my yesterday may find me/Well, I don't have to stay there, no," West sings on the God-glorifying track. more >>