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(Miércolog) JonTron

Desde hace tiempo que sigo a diversos youtubers, sobre todo desde que veo peor, momento en el que he empezado a seguir a muchos más porque puedo pasar menos el rato leyendo. 796 more words

Youtube

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Seeks A ‘Sexy Motha’ In New Video

In a hilarious music video posted to the Gregory Brother’s YouTube channel Schmoyoho, 34 year old actor and HitRECord founder Joseph Gordon-Levitt croons about his ideal woman. 111 more words

News

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Delivers An Ode To Hot MILFs In 'Sexy Motha' Tune

Joseph Gordon-Levitt took time out from fretting over his Sandman adaptation to pay tribute to hot moms. The video isn’t very timely — he missed the Mother’s Day mark — but common sense is overrated in this ridiculous sendup. 201 more words

Music

Females Are Strong As Hell! Here's An Extended Cut Of The 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' Theme Song

If there exists a song catchier than the theme song for The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, I don’t know it. Created by Jeff Richmond (husband to creator Tina Fey and composer for the show) and the Gregory Brothers, the minds behind Songify the News, the song is an auto-tuned wonder spun from… 203 more words

TV

Expressive Intent and Student Opinion

Expressive intent is an important element in the new core arts standards for music. Under the standards, students determine the expressive intent of the composer, and how the composer uses musical elements to achieve that intent. 645 more words

Music Education

The Evening Post: Bang The President - Songify the News 5

Tonight, I wanted to share another great video from the YouTube channel schmoyoho, where they did another edition of Songify The News!  In this edition, gorillas and humans work together to deliver the news while Congress gets turnt up beyond all previously-known limits of turntitude.   37 more words

The Evening Post

Watch Iggy Azalea's 'Black Widow' Become a Bluegrass Song, Courtesy the Gregory Brothers

Some jokes are so multi-layered, it is hard to tell what the punchline is.

Such is the case with The Gregory Brothers‘ version of the  90 more words

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