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because my mother didn't like memorials or funerals and she liked shows and parties. There was music from James Blunt, a friend of Carrie Fisher's who'd written a song in tribute of her. # You dance...I talked
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The captions and the notes are pretty similar, but you do get extra content in the captions and you get to see them in situ. I've been using closed captioning on my TV recently and have been delighted to see how much additional information you actually get: background conversations you would never hear, song titles and lyrics, and wonderful sound and scene descriptions like "sexual gasping." So, it's great to discover another instance of CC being useful.
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a show, not a memorial, because my mother didn't like memorials and funerals. And she liked shows and parties. There was music from James Blunt, a friend of Carrie Fisher's who had written a song in tribute of her. And.
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Its been 15 years since Missy Elliott dropped Work It , her hit song that had teens across the country speaking gibberish in an attempt to imitate her catchy-as-hell hook. But, for reasons the internet gods only understand, people are just now realizing what Missy was actually saying in her song. You know the part were talking about: Is it worth it? Let me work it. I put my thing down, flip it and reverse it Itsyerdinnaflipnwod......... ?!?!?! On Friday, Missy tweeted a shout out to her fans who finally noticed her tongue-twisting hook. Yup, I FLIPPED IT & REVERSED IT, she wrote, along with a clip of the famous line. Go to snap. Try it. S/O 2 all who just now figured out what I was saying on my song #WORKIT AFTER 15 YEARS yup I FLIPPED IT & REVERSED IT go to snap try it pic.twitter.com/Ut5c6djMu0 Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) March 24, 2017 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms.
The Star Online
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The SOL Sistars, made up of women from various departments of Star Media Group, came together to sing their hearts out to the WOW song; a mash up of three well-loved women’s battle hymns: Helen Reddy’s I Am Woman, Destiny’s Child’s Independent Women and Rachel Platten’s Fight Song. The video was unveiled at the launch of the WOWWomen do Wonders Talks and Bazaar today (Sunday, March 26) at SEGi University Kota Damansara.
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Singer songwriter Tom and computer code Brandon created it and named it the song shirt. I have got a song for you to try out. So if I press this
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used for Queen's music video for their song, Bicycle Race. But it will be best remembered for the docks, there were 123 tracks with the London postcode but that number will be zero when they get a lot for the final time on Saturday night. I think it is really.
PerezHilton
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We love us some R&B-spiced electro!!! Kingdom and SZA give us some mood and interesting beats on their new song, What Is Love. It is so tasty! Check it out above! Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Kingdom !
TIME - Top Stories
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This talent mindset of music runs counter to what psychologist Carol Dweck calls the growth mindset that is considered critical for learning: Students who view their success as a result of hard work will persevere through challenges, while students who believe their success lies with some innate ability like talent are more likely to give up. My own research found that if children have a negative view of themselves as singers, they are much less likely to participate in music of any kind. These self-perceptions of a lack of musical talent can then become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Research shows that adults who dropped out of music as children may lose their singing skills through lack of use and opportunity . Kids who love music but do not think of themselves as musical could miss out on many of the social and cognitive benefits of music participation, on the experience of feeling connected to others through song .
The Event Chronicle
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A world where sustainable communities are linked together by worthy causes bringing intelligence, wisdom, compassion, sustenance, spirit, and a sense of belonging and unity to everyONE. A world where effective government abides by the principles of divine harmony and operates from a vision of hUmaNITY’s greater purpose. A world where the people of planet Earth act as the single being that they are, with vision, intent and conscious creativity while simultaneously honoring and nurturing the divine individuality of each member from birth through wholesome education and a holistically-oriented social and economic structure. A world where all life on planet Earth joins in a single song of praise and gratitude and reaches out to the heavens for exploration, connection and adventure. ٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ “To accomplish great things, WE must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe.
Sky News
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I have got a song for you to try out. So if I press this. We wanted to create tech and music together. Your.
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using Bluetooth to Tom's laptop. So these are different notes. You can trigger it to do anything, you can start and stop and a different section of the song com you can play a sample,.
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SABC Digital News
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A local music talent from KwaZulu Natal has yet to become a household name, but from writing songs for big international stars like Lincoln Park and Missy Elliot, being signed up to the same management as Ed Sheeran and his hit song 'Falling in love' airing on radio stations all over Europe, perhaps South Africa should start claiming him for our own. Who is this you may ask, we welcome in studio Jae-Magic, otherwise known as Joash Duwayne Perumal. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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If you're in need of a little workplace inspiration, take a cue from Jimmy Fallon and the Roots who took a break from the mundane in their office space to help Migos perform a quick rendition of their hit song Bad and Boujee . In the Tonight Show segment, Fallon uses iPhone tones to create a beat for the track, while the Roots resourcefully use office supplies like a stapler and scotch tape as makeshift sound effects, while the Migos rapped their signature song. This isn't the first time that Fallon's used office supplies to create some beautiful music he and the Roots took to the office before with Christina Aguilera to sing her song Your Body. Watch the full clip above.
TIME - News
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If you're in need of a little workplace inspiration, take a cue from Jimmy Fallon and the Roots who took a break from the mundane in their office space to help Migos perform a quick rendition of their hit song Bad and Boujee . In the Tonight Show segment, Fallon uses iPhone tones to create a beat for the track, while the Roots resourcefully use office supplies like a stapler and scotch tape as makeshift sound effects, while the Migos rapped their signature song. This isn't the first time that Fallon's used office supplies to create some beautiful music he and the Roots took to the office before with Christina Aguilera to sing her song Your Body. Watch the full clip above.
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