My YouTube clip of the week. To remember the legend, Bob Marley, who would have been 70 yesterday. This cover will blow you away.

And another Saturday is upon us. Which means another YouTube clip of the week. This one has a special place in my heart, and because it was the legend’s birthday yesterday, I thought I would keep it all Marley today.

This is a clip I came across from the audition stages of ‘the voice of Holland’ season 4. His name is Mitchell Brunings. He is amazing.

at the time of posting this, this clip had had 33,711,066 views. Follow Mitchell on twitter here.

Hope you enjoyed it as much as me. Goosebumps every time. ♥

 

 

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The choreography and this man’s dancing in this video… WOW WOW WOW. #EdSheeran #MusicVideo

Helloooooo again….

Back on air, back online and back finding some SICK videos. This one I must say thank you to #CrawlProject for sitting me down to watch this. I love Ed Sheeran’s music anyway, so it didn’t take much to sit me down to watch one of his videos. But wow, I was NOT expecting THIS. It is genius.

The dancer’s name is Phillip Chbeeb… follow him on twitter here

Don’t (Ed Sheeran song)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Don’t” is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran for his second studio album, x (2014). It was initially planned as the album’s lead single, but was passed over in favour of “Sing“.[4] It was instead released to iTunes on 13 June 2014 as the second “instant grat” promotional single from x.[5] “Don’t” officially impacted US contemporary hit radio on 15 July 2014[6] and was released independently on 24 August 2014 as the album’s second single.

“Don’t” peaked at number 8 on the UK Singles Chart. In the US, it became Sheeran’s first top 10 single. It also made the top 10 in eight other countries. It has sold 1,464,000 copies in the US as of January 2015.[7]

Music video

An accompanying music video was released on YouTube on 4 August 2014. The video was directed by Emil Nava and follows a dancer (Philip Chbeeb from I.aM.mE) going from poverty to wealth.[12] Sheeran makes a brief drive-by cameo appearance. 4Music called it a “compelling watch”.[13]

With a video THIS great… it’s easy to see why, at the time of writing this, it had over 43,300,000 views.

The best of pop 2014 rolled into ONE 2.5 minute song…. #youtube #clipoftheweek #ustheduo

One of my favourite things to do is search the interweb for kiff videos so I can share them with YOU. So on a Saturday, between 2 & 3pm I post my YouTube Clip of the week, and play the audio on Heart 104.9FM. This week is a goodie, and a nice wind down to the year that was 2014.

This YouTube video, published this past Tuesday (Dec 2, 2014), already has 1,671,614 views. (at the time of me posting this). A compilation of some of the year’s pop chart toppers, mixed into a 2.5 minute song by YouTube duo, #UsTheDuo.

The compilation includes….

“All Of Me” – John Legend
“Shake It Off” – Taylor Swift
“A Sky Full of Stars” – Coldplay
“Am I Wrong” – Nico & Vinz
“Chandelier” – Sia
“Break Free” – Ariana Grande
“All About That Bass” – Meghan Trainor
“Happy” – Pharrell Williams
“Maps” – Maroon 5
“Rude” – Magic!
“Problem” – Ariana Grande
“Rather Be” – Clean Bandit ft. Jesse Glynne

see more of #ustheduo here.

enjoy. 🙂 and if you have any great videos you would like to share with me to share with the listeners… please email them to keri@1049.fm.

BEST MISHEARD LYRICS. VIDEO hahaha #YouWillCry

Chatting on the show today about how some people really stuff up lyrics. haha.
I am so not judging, I am very guilty of proudly singing some of the most incorrect lines ever. Sometimes though, it is understandable, because they just sound the same. It’s called a ‘mondegreen’. And I think they are KAK funny.

Mondegreen

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A mondegreen is the mishearing or misinterpretation of a phrase as a result of near-homophony, in a way that gives it a new meaning. It most commonly is applied to a line in a poem or a lyric in a song.[1][2] American writer Sylvia Wright coined the term in her essay “The Death of Lady Mondegreen,” published in Harper’s Magazine in November 1954.[3] “Mondegreen” was included in the 2000 edition of the Random House Webster’s College Dictionary. Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary added the word in 2008.[4][5] The phenomenon is not limited to English, with examples cited by Fyodor Dostoyevsky,[6] in the Hebrew song Háva Nagíla (“Let’s Be Happy”),[7] and in Bollywood movies.[8]

A closely related category is soramimi—songs that produce unintended meanings when homophonically translated to another language.[9]

The unintentionally incorrect use of similar-sounding words or phrases in speaking is a malapropism. If there is a connection in meaning, it can be called an eggcorn. If a person stubbornly sticks to a mispronunciation after being corrected, that person has committed a mumpsimus.[10]

 

This video had me crying with laughter… I hope you will enjoy it too. And, if you’d like to see more of these great misheard lyrics click on here to get to the kiss this guy/ kiss the sky page.