Just incase you guys were left out, this is what went viral last week.
I personally like this song very much dont know why. But this video got up to 1 million view by 1 night. But most of the comments that were given are all bad comment though. If you still remember who is Rebecca Black, the girl who sang friday, her video now receive good comments like
“i am sorry for disliking this video after i listen to Chinese food”
One fun fact about this 2 songs that is both are compose by the same person which is the black guy in the video name Patrice Wilson.
One of my favorite youtuber and his name is David So did a review on the song that same night, and its hilarious. you guys shouls totally check that video out
Also check out the parody done by Peter Chao, i think that this parody sound even better than the original.
After sitting in the house for a week due to Hurricane Sandy, I decided to go through my flash drives and look back at some of my videos I recorded. In doing so, I just so happened to come across my Beyonce in concert videos. I have been meaning to upload the videos at the time, but I was just too lazy to creatively edit the videos in telling a moment by moment story.
I had no choice, I practically glued myself to my MacBook, brought up iMovie (a movie/video editing application) and proceeded to whip up something you all might like. It took me hours upon hours to find the right video shots to edit and frame into a short time frame.
I was blessed and fortunate enough to see my idol Beyonce perform her entire new album ‘4‘ the year of ‘4‘, actually taken place during the summer but ‘4‘ made Beyonce’s year very special for her fans. I attended Good Morning America ”Summer Concert Series” which featured Beyonce on July 1st, then on August 16th I attended her Roseland Ballroom concert. I will forever cherish these moments and I hope through the video you will feel like you’re actually at a Beyonce concert with me.
My ’4′ Experience from LaTroy Watson on Vimeo.
*I’m Totally Obsessed With Editing Videos Now On iMovie, Watch Out Videographers!!!!*
Hi everyone !
One of my assignment this week is to write an essay on stereotypes.
By definition, a stereotype is a “widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing” (Oxford Dictionary). Each human being represents a stereotype; rather it depends on your skin color, your religion, or just on the way you look.
And I think it is just a rigid and simplistic idea that stigmatizes people. These representations assign fixed characteristics to groups, ignoring the diversity of people.
So, I decided to write my essay on how women are stereotyped and during my research I found interesting videos that prouve my point and that make me very sad about the society.
Check this out
So only women like to cook ?
Tell me what you think ? Am I the only one who think that these commercials are shocking ?
spoon full of cinnamon
About two to three years ago, I heard of this online global phenomena called The Cinnamon Challenge. The Cinnamon Challenge is a challenge done by brave hopefuls where they would take a table spoon of pure cinnamon and try to swallow it without having to use any type of liquid or spitting it out in a less amount of time. As I looked up the challenge i’ve seen that many couldn’t quite handle the cinnamon therefore being not so lucky as to beating the challenge.
Last year, I decided to try this challenge for myself. I watched a video of some celebrities such as Kim Kardashian who had done it with ease. Before going in forth with the challenge, I predicted it should be like chewing five sticks of Cinnamon Big Red chewing gum and trying to swallow it; boy was I wrong! My friend Britnie recorded me taking the challenge, but surprisingly I totally passed with flying colors.
It wasn’t as hard as everyone makes it seem; well for me. I guess people don’t pass the Cinnamon Challenge because they don’t go in with a strategy. I didn’t think this challenge out in a week, clearly as soon as I put the table spoon of cinnamon into my mouth, I thought quickly how to swallow it. The one thing I can say about the whole experience was that once the cinnamon sits in your mouth, it feels as if forty pieces of cotton balls were stuffed in your mouth and you’re trying to maneuver each one to sit well for the swallowing.
I enjoyed this challenge and I’m proud I accomplished it!
Have any of you tried to take the Cinnamon Challenge? What was your experience like?
If not, how do you plan on strategizing the swallowing of cinnamon IF you ever plan on taking the challenge?
Let me know!
*PS, don’t mind my hair (i needed a cut so badly) oh and RIP Notorious BIG*
This is Willis Earl Beal. His story is about as interesting as his music. Less than two years ago Beal, who is now 27 years old, was living in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he had been since leaving his home of Chicago, Illinois in 2007. He is an artist in many disciplines. He draws pictures, he makes blues music, and he writes short stories. While out in New Mexico he began putting hand drawn flyers around town with his name, number, and information about himself in an attempt to find connections with people, something he really enjoys doing. He has claimed he’s always been a loner and is prone to depression. He quickly linked up with a music making couple and began writing songs. He would leave his music on blank CD-R’s around Albuquerque. Before long one of his flyers made it’s way to the hands of Davy Rothbart who runs a magazine called Found which focuses on found notes and other objects. He put Beal’s flyer on the cover of the #7 Issue and the response was overwhelming for a completely unknown artist. Since 2010 Beal has moved back to his grandmother’s house in Chicago where his younger brother also lives and has also finally released a collection of his music, writing, and drawings. He has signed with powerhouse independant label XL Recordings and will release his debut album titled Acousmatic Sorcery on April 3. The most interesting part about Beal though is that he still encourages his fans to contact him. If you visit his official website at Willis Earl Beal you can get his information on how to write or call him. If you write him he will send you a hand drawn picture and if you call him he will sing you a song. I have yet to try it but his marketing tactic has certainly caught my eye. I will be waiting eagerly for his album.