Oct 31, 2011

The Sing-Off Love Lockdown Cover by Pentatonix

Apparently there is this show called the Sing-Off on NBC that is hosted by Nick Lachey which I am just hearing about. I was clearly late to the game on this one but now that I know let me tell you about it. The Sing-Off is a singing competition where the groups sing a cappella and last week was hip hop week so all the groups did covers of popular hip hop songs. My favorite performance was of Kanye West's Love Lockdown covered by Pentatonix. It was amazing! If they don't win the competition they definitely can have a Youtube career covering hip hop songs. Check out their performance below.

Oct 27, 2011

Rihanna + Coldplay Means We All Found Love

I know the world has already talked about this video but I wanna talk about it again because I CANNOT stop watching it! Rihanna's We Found Love has definitely found my heart. I think I have seen this video close to 30 times. The monolouge in the beginning of the video sets the scene so perfectly.
It's like you're screaming but no one can hear. You almost feel ashamed that someone could be that important, that without them, you feel like nothing. No one will ever understand how much it hurts. You feel hopeless, like nothing can save you. And when it's over and it's gone, you almost wish that you could have all that bad stuff back so you can have the good.
I'm totally ready to take whatever type of opiates that are going to make me look like Rihanna and give me an eye candy of a boyfriend like Dudley O'Shaughnessy. I also ran across a Coldplay cover of We Found Love when I was on Tumblr so there is plenty of love to enjoy tonight. Make sure you check out the Coldplay cover below and the We Found Love video if you haven't already seen it or you can watch it for the 31st time like me!

Oct 26, 2011

Scott Hall the Man Behind Razor Ramon

How great of a show is E:60? I feel like I'm always in tears and completely inspired to conquer the world after watching each episode. This one was of course no different, the story that got to me the most was about professional wrestler Scott Hall a.k.a Razor Ramon. When I was younger I loved wrestling, I watched Monday night Raw religiously every Monday night at 9 pm.

For a while in the 90's it was almost impossible to go anywhere without seeing an nWo t-shirt. The camera was great at showing the rise to stardom of Razor Ramon, who was one of the founding members of nWo, but what the the camera didn't show was Scott Hall's addiction problems. E:60 did a great job of shedding light on the amazing career of Razor Ramon and the substance addiction of Scott Hall. Check it out below, I promise it's worth all 18 minutes.

Long Time No Post :(

My last post on this site was in January, sheesh! I guess I'm pretty bad at keeping up with this whole blogging thing. So it's October and I'm ready to give it another go. Let the fun begin!