Super Bowl 51 is coming up this February and it reminds me of last year’s big star, Red Lobster. You know, after sex you go eat at Red Lobster, like the Queen B commands. Read More!
There’s a new app out, and how do we describe apps? We compare them to others. It’s like Snapchat for music.
When you’re young, house sitting for someone is all about having your own space. And, what do you do when you have your own space? The following music video is like the augmented reality of Pokémon Go if it was porn. Read More!
I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed when I came across a short video showing two thirds of Too Many Zooz, which was when I was immediately captivated.
In case you haven’t felt talentless enough, this video will help you achieve that. Watch as these two guys at what looks like a subway station blow the roof off of the place with their amazing instrumental skills – not to mention their groovy dance moves. You should really watch this. It’ll be worth it.
If you come across any other cool talent, we want to know about it so please send it to us!
That’s Awesome | Facebook
Featured image by Chris Waits via Flickr CC.
You know those people who can make musical noises with their mouths? Singers or beatboxers? It’s unclear as to what this should be called, but it sure beats going outside to listen to nature. It has a cinematic vibe to it. Heck, it includes sounds that don’t come from nature. All from a man’s mouth – artificially made by a product of nature.
The Face Swap Live trend is alive and well on the Internet. After all, faces are beautiful things to look at. Why not look at different faces on different heads?
This video by Rhett LeCompte illustrates the perfect application for this type of app. Whether it’s because he has a very swappable face, or worked very hard to optimize the faces, it’s hard to deny the talent here – and that’s coming from someone who isn’t actually singing live.
Who did the song better: this, or the original music video?
We are the World using Face Swap Live | YouTube
Featured image by Patrik Nygren via Flickr CC.