During a downtime before the commencement of the 2014 Gyeryong Military Culture in South Korea, members of two bands decided to have some fun before the competition.
Members from the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band and the Korea Army Band challenged one another with a amicable line competition. Obviously it is all fun and games, but also pretty awesome to see how good they are. After they both finish their drum line set, there is a vote to see who wins. The judge bases it off the crowd noise, and it come down to a tie.
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Grammy-Award winning rapper Lecrae recently appeared on the New York City radio station "Hot 97 The Morning Show" where he discussed being censored due to his lyrical content being informed by his Christian faith.
"I'm more censored than the most drugged out violent rapper," Lecrae told host Ebro who asked if he runs into barriers due to being a Christian rapper. "They censor me more than anybody. I'm marginalized, put in a box, so it's kind of weird. I'm sitting here trying to put substance in music and people are like, 'nah nah.'"
Lecrae explained that some listeners assume when he raps that he's always going to "tear off into a sermon," and that presupposition believed by some stops people from being open minded about his music. more >>
These 3 future stars, Ayoub, Leke, and Merel, sing a beautiful version of "Angel" together on The Voice Kids 2014. It is very touching and heartfelt when these kids can have such a powerful voice that can bring tears to our eyes.
Just hearing this song performed by its original artist, Sarah McLachlan, is touching enough and makes us feel the words. When you hear the way these three angels sing together it will bring tears to your eyes. God was definitely with these three on stage and their voices and words were heard by all those in the crowd.
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U2's frontman Bono made a public confession of self-promotion and pride this week, one month after Apple and U2 released the band's new album directly into the iTunes accounts of every user without their permission.
The album, "Songs of Innocence," reached over 26 million iTunes users free of cost, but not everyone who received the new U2 music were fans of the group. Sounding down-to-earth, Bono addressed one Facebook user's complaint about the album being downloaded into his iTunes playlist without his consent.
"Can you please never release an album on iTunes that automatically downloads to people's playlists ever again? It's really rude," the Facebook user asked. more >>
3RDEYEGIRL drummer Hannah Welton recently opened up about proclaiming her faith in the music industry and her hopes to teach younger generations about the importance of live music.
The devout Christian, who was discovered by Prince in 2012, is joined by Canadian guitarist Donna Grantis and Danish bassist Ida Nielsen in Prince's rock band 3RDEYEGIRL. They recently dropped their new album "PlectrumElectrum."
Welton made headlines last week when she spoke openly about her concerns about the message that scantily clad pop stars are sending to their young fans. On Monday she clarified her comments and also spoke about being unafraid to proclaim her faith in Hollywood, despite being a member of a band that produces secular music. more >>
LeToya Luckett is going to star in three films within the next few months and is gearing up for at least one television show, but the Christian singer and actress insists that she still struggles with being a celebrity.
It's been close to 15 years since Luckett, 33, sang alongside her childhood friends Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson in the hit R&B group Destiny's Child that propelled her fame. After leaving the group in 2000, Luckett hasn't slowed down with two solo albums under her belt and a consistent career as a working actress where she has secured roles in at least nine film projects since her 2010 debut in the film, "Preacher's Kid."
Despite a smooth transition from being a known singer to actress, the real life daughter of a minister insists she struggles with being famous. more >>