I’ve always been a pretty big fan of Kid Cudi. When his Man on the Moon album released in 2009, it was unlike anything I had I’ve ever heard before. Kid Cudi is the first rapper I can remember with such a balanced and free flowing sound. And I think that’s the great thing about this artist. His music is still good today, years later. In fact, I have a several of his songs on a couple of my Spotify playlists. His more raunchy songs are on my Sick Rap playlist and his chill laid back music is on Smooth Music. Check ’em out!
Today, my Best Dubstep playlist hit over 300 songs. I never thought it would grow to the playlist it is today; with over 3o subscribers and tracks being added weekly, if not daily. I’m honestly not the biggest fan of dubstep, but I do know what sounds good and I think my subscribers appreciate that. I sincerely try my best to only add the most catchy and awesome dubstep out there; hence the name of the playlist.
If you don’t already have a Spotify account, then sign up! It’s free and it’s the best music application around right now. Please listen and subscribe to Chillstep. Like I said, there are many more awesome dubstep songs to come! Enjoy 🙂
More commonly known by his stage name Feed Me, Jon Gooch is a drum/bass electro house producer and DJ. Every one of his songs are so great and the albums come together perfectly. He even appears on tracks by Skrillex, Kill the Noise and Crystal Fighters. Needless to say, Jon Gooch is a force to be reckoned with in the dubstep community.
I have so much Feed Me on my CHILLSTEP playlist on Spotify! Basically it’s the best dubstep I could find. Right now there’s over 200 songs and it’s being added to daily. Definitely check it out if you want to hear some of Feed Me’s best tracks and other great ones too. The great thing about Spotify is it’s free! So please subscribe and enjoy.
Today, Google recognizes Niolaus Copernicus’s 540th birthday. Nicolaus is often considered the founder of modern astronomy and for a good reason; His heliocentric model single-handedly changed the way we think about our place in the universe. His model places the Sun, rather than the Earth, at the center of the universe.
This is the University of Texas at San Antonio’s official version of the Harlem Shake. The man dancing in the beginning is UTSA’s very own President, Dr. Ricardo Romo! What an amazing school to be apart of! I hope you enjoy.
For some reason these Harlem Shake videos are sweeping the nation. Maybe it’s the catchy beat or the fact that people just want to go crazy around each other. Either way, the videos themselves are hilarious. This is UTSA’s first official Harlem Shake. Notice, I said first because they’re actually going to redo it. Don’t stare into the middle!
I’d just like to focus on this actress for a segment. Jennifer Lawrence has been acting since 2006, but didn’t really blow up until 2011; when X-men: First Class was released. It was hands down her most crucial role up to that point, and yet it was still a relatively small role compared to her whole career. In X-men, Jennifer plays the main characters best friend from childhood, Raven aka Mystique. Her character is originally blue, but she’s able to change her appearance and hide behind a pretty face. Jennifer is an attractive actress and that’s honestly the only reason I thought she could play that role well. Maybe that was a factor in choosing her for the part, but now I know better.
2012 was an amazing year for this actress as she really got to shine in several leading roles. The most notable would have to be House at the End of the Street, Silver Linings Playbook and of course The Hunger Games. The great thing about all of these roles is that they’re so different, and yet she plays them all so perfectly. Jennifer has proved that she is a versatile actress and I hope to see her plenty more movies.