It connects. It’s a global phenomenon. It’s music. There is music in every culture, in every nation and it’s a part of people’s daily lives. Throughout history it has been something which has brought joy to people in hard times.
That is what it means to me. Music is a cure for when I’m down, and a joy for my happiest days. It’s part of my life and can express my feelings when my own words are not enough. There’s a song to every feeling I feel and I’ve yet to find them all.
I listen to versatile music but sometimes, I have seasons when I listen to just one particular band or artist. I love Rhythm and Blues, Rap and Pop. My all time favorite is Akon, because I love his voice and his beat cheers me up. When it comes to lyrics, I think for example Sheryl Crow, as she has some touching and down-to-earth songs.
One important thing about music is that it connects people. I have found awesome friends thanks to music. I joined a music website where I found many great friends. There we can share our thoughts about music and life.
Music helps me to relax. Certain songs bring memories which either make me cry or happy. Music inspires me and it can sometimes describe my feelings better than I could ever do with words. I love music. This last part was written while I was listening to ‘It’s Not Over’ by Daughtry.
Written by HmusicK
Hello! I have been super busy and haven’t had time to attend any interviews or music stuff. Now I am just posting out some great music videos I love.
Posted in HmusicK, Music Video
Tagged D'Banj, Devlin, Drake, eLDee, Elisabeth Withers, Goldie, Ironik, Jessica Lowndes, Novel, Rhanna
Falling In Love, Broken, My Name
Over, Find Your Love, A Night Off feat. Lloyd
Replay, Solo, There You Are
Strawberry Letter, Party Animal, Running
She’s Right Here, I’m Sorry, If You Want Me To Stay
What If, Love Hangover, Encore
K’naan’s song Wavin’ Flag has been chosen as the official of Coca-Cola for their 2010 FIFA World Cup and was remade by a group of Canadian artists credited as Young Artists For Haiti. It is a charity single for Haiti. Among with others K’naan, Avril Lavigne, Drake, Nelly Furtado, Justin Bieber and Kardinall Offishall were participating.
K’naan – Wavin’ Flag (The Celebration mix)
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Damian Marley appearing as a guest in this video. (I love this song.)
Young Artists For Haiti – Wavin’ Flag
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I love Drake. Awesome job!
Here are four different versions of the same song We Are The World. It’s original version was recorded 1985. The second version was recorded this year 2010 and it is We Are The World 25 For Haiti. Both are of course charity singles and this year’s single is for help Haiti. Somos El Mundo is a spanish version of the song. I also found We Are The World Youtube edition as a response to We Are The World. Personally I love all the versions and they’re for great purpose. There are big differences between versions.
We are the world – original version
The original is always better than the later recorded version.
We are the world 25 for Haiti
This version doesn’t feel so good. It is not so passionate than it should be. I really love the new spices though.
We Are the world 25 for haiti (youtube edition)
This version is the best in my opinion. The singers have the right passion and their voices are amazing. Real people. Just like us. This one made me cry. I was really amazed. WE ARE THE WORLD!
Somos el mundo por Haiti
This has the right passion and sounds great. Better than the English version. Why does David Archuleta perform in this and not in English one?
Number One: Ne-Yo
Number Two: Akon
Number Three: 50 Cent
Posted in Hip-Hop, HmusicK, R&B
Tagged 50 Cent, Akon, Drake, Ice Cube, Jay Sean, Jeremih, Joe, Mario, Ne-Yo, Ray J, Trey Songz, Tyrese