Backsmacking, for those who don't know is when wewe take a song and put it in reverse. Some artists of course decide to put reversed lyrics in their own songs. I always found those to be interesting and so I decided to make a orodha of these songs. In the parenthesis are the lyrics. And yes, I did have to reverse some of these myself lmao so some of the lyrics may not be exactly correct (and some I couldn't understand at all). I'll probably add zaidi as I find them.
- Utada Hikaru's Sanctuary (I Need zaidi Affection Than wewe Know)
Recently, while surfing through Twitter, I bumped into a tweet kwa Ellen Degeneres where she interviewed a young boy who was a big shabiki of Idina Menzel. And as a surprise, Idina Menzel was there too! I can just imagine how joyful that boy was. However, this kind of saddened me. As someone who's also a huge shabiki of Idina Menzel, watching that little boy meeting her idol made me happy, and sad. Happy because a young child finally met with the person he idolized. And sad because I wanted to meet/contact her for a long time. This gave me an idea. Maybe if I write about why I look up to her, then she...
Another round of tamasha reviews from the bands I've seen this mwaka so far.
Slot Machine was pretty cool; the lead vocalist had this nifty pimp cane lol. He also had these really cool sunglasses that looked almost futuristic and robotic. All of the members were wearing suits. I wasn't as into their muziki but they were lively and kept me entertained. And they taught the crowd a bit of Korean. I was about six rows of people back and got a pretty good view.
FYI, this orodha is not in order from vipendwa to least favorites, simply because I found it impossible to determine which songs would occupy the juu portion of the orodha over the other songs. The songs are alphabetized according to title.
Also, my inayopendelewa songs often shift drastically within relatively short periods of time, so this orodha may be subject to change.
Camila Cabello: hujambo guys it's Camila and wewe guys know how I look like Ariana grande ryt? well here's a crazy story for u. (house of chang's) the grande's and the cabello's eating at a Chinese restaurant called house of chang's Ari: everything looks so good here Camila: yes it does a waitress named Pei pei and her mother approach them hello welcome to house of chang's Ari and Camila: thanks Pei Pei mother;s: how is everything? Camila: it's yummy as always
This was the last one I typed, a while back. Here are some zaidi wonderful underground bands, in no particular order. link
Genre: Witch House
Blvck Ceiling is an American band formed in 2011 kwa a man named Daniel Cuccia (aka Dan Ocean). The band has a variety of variations to it's name that includes BL▲CK † CEILING, BL4CK C3ILING, Black Ceiling, and even...
...And one wewe should give a sekunde chance.
I've been known to have muziki tastes that aren't for everyone. People tend to be a little crazy about what muziki they do and don't like but if it makes wewe feel good who really cares, right? I was up last night watching muziki video for one of the artists on here and I was thinking to myself "Why aren't they zaidi popular? Why does nobody I know talk about them?" Then I answered my own swali and decided to inform the masses! So lets get started!
Third part to my juu 50 songs makala link & link I decided to go all out and orodha the other 50.
75. Gives wewe Hell (All American Rejects): Most of the reason why this song made it into my juu 100 is because of the fond memories. Way back in 8th grade my friend introduced me to it on the bus ride...
Hi guys, I would like to write down some of my favourite muziki kwa Arvo Part, an Estonian composer.
1. Summa For Strings
This is definitely my number 1 favourite, because while listening to this music. It's like telling me that there is still hope for me, especially in our everyday life and the different challenges that we face.
2. My Heart's In the Highlands
This sad muziki transports me to the Scottish highlands, it's base on a poem kwa Robert Burns. The songs starts with the chorus, giving it a little change.