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Jared Halley’s Impressive A Cappella Mashup of 19 Billy Joel Songs

In recent years, a cappella music has become a popular form of musical entertainment as both solo artists and groups have adapted the style for creating their masterful renditions of familiar songs. A cappella music is unique because its arrangements are performed...

Yahosh Bonner and Kiirt Banks Share Powerful Testimony in Song

In a music video released on 3 February 2017 called “'Love' (Lord),” Yahosh Bonner and Kiirt Banks share their powerful testimonies in song. The song is a reminder to us all that come what may on our journey in life, we should take the time to give thanks to the Lord...

Working with Lemons Presents Disney’s Moana in Real Life

True to their unique style of producing “real life” adventure videos, Working with Lemons has created an amazing new music video for the song “How Far I’ll Go” from the popular Disney movie Moana. Filming the movie on location in Oahu, Hawaii, and using the Polynesian...

Junior Maile’s Power Ballad “Counting Stars”

This week’s “Video Find of the Week” features the melodious music of popular singer/songwriter Junior Maile who is originally from St. Petersburg, Florida. His genres of music include R&B Soul, Reggae, Country, Gospel, or as he says, “anything that sounds good to...

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