It started off as a game of patty-cake then turned right into an awesome song that you will be singing all day long. Not only do we get to watch them play patty-cake with a cool twist, they put on a show at the same time.
Music producer and filmmaker Kurt Hugo Schneider performed this epic patty-cake song called "I'll Think Of You" with his friends. Believe it or not, they all challenged themselves to complete the entire song in one shot.
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It's been almost 35 years since that fateful day on Dec. 8, 1980 ,when Mark David Chapman fired shots that echoed around the globe as they killed one of the world's most beloved singer-songwriters in ex-Beatle, John Lennon. But in Chapman's eighth parole board hearing this Wednesday, he told the New York state parole board that although he took Lennon's life in search of self-fame and notoriety, his life is no longer controlled by selfish demons and is now solely focused on the Lord Jesus Christ. Despite that claim, Chapman was again denied parole.
Chapman, who read a book on the Beatles when he was a child that had inspired him to become "somebody important or better," was lulled into a stark drunken depression in his life, unfulfilled as a security guard working in Hawaii. Upset because his childhood dreams of fame hadn't panned out, he stumbled across a picture of John Lennon and wondered "what would happen if I kill him?"
What happened was Chapman, now 59 years old, was convicted of murder and sentenced to 20 years to life in a New York prison about 25 miles west of Buffalo and nearly 5,000 miles away from his wife. Having been denied parole eight times now, it is looking like Chapman may be there for life. Although Chapman has been able to sit and think about the heinousness of the premeditated murder he committed, that time has also allowed him to apparently come to Christ. more >>
Tedashii recently opened up about finding strength and redemption in the Bible after the tragic death of his son.
Last year, the acclaimed rapper, who is also a member of Christian hip-hop troupe The 116 Clique, was left wounded and broken following the accidental death of his one-year-old son.
Initially, the tragedy placed strain on his marriage and led him to substance abuse; however, in time, the Houston, TX., native redeemed himself by returning to his faith. He chose to relinquish his pain to Christ to begin his healing process and the journey inspired his latest album "Below Paradise." more >>
Rapper Ma$e's decision to leave music and turn to ministry in the late 1990s was not based on a true calling, but was made in order to avoid problems in the industry, according to a fellow artist.
Lord Jamar, a member of the hip-hop group Brand Nubian and Five Percent Nation recently spoke out against the rapper who recently made headlines for leaving the church he pastored in order to return to music in a VladTV interview.
"I'm not surprised," said Jamar in response to the question of why Ma$e made the sudden change from ministry to music recently. "Did he really seem like he had some sort of revelation and he was really a faithful follower? I've seen him teetering for the longest time." more >>
Michelle Williams has defended Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy amid jokes and criticism concerning the famous toddler's hair.
Williams, the 34-year-old singer who is scheduled to release her fourth solo album "Journey To Freedom" Sept 9, recently spoke to Sister 2 Sister magazine about cyber bullies. While on the topic, she spoke about people who spoke negatively about her good friend Beyonce Knowles Carter's 2-year-old daughter.
"Let's worry about your own children and nieces and nephews and make sure they're getting good grades in school and not worry about somebody's hair," she told S2S Magazine. more >>
Earlier this year, an event happened that did not receive wide notice. The last of the Von Trapp Family Singers, the last of the children---the real ones---died.
Her name was Maria---not to be confused with the lady played by Julie Andrews, Maria Augusta Trapp, who died in 1987. Maria Von Trapp's death in February 2014 marks the end of an era.
The Sound of Music deserves its accolades as the Movie of the Year (1965) and one of the finest films ever made. Even my one-year-old granddaughter is mesmerized by the puppet scene. more >>