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DP3
10.4.10
23:54

Little Kid sings \"Beat It\"

This kid can bring it!

DP3
09.13.09
21:27
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For those of you who missed the MTV VMA’s you missed one of the best award shows I’ve ever seen despite another bland performance from host Russell Brand (whom I normally think is very funny) and one of the most shocking interruptions in award show history. All that to go along with Lady Gaga’s bizarre but oh so attention-grabbing theatrics followed by Pink’s Cirque Du Soleil inspired acrobatics. Then add maybe the best rock performance at the VMA’s since Nirvana’s Kurt and Dave tore apart the stage while Krist stumbled around after hitting himself in the head with his bass guitar was Green Day.

The night did end on two amazingly cool notes, the first being Beyonce calling Taylor Swift back on stage to let her finish the acceptance speech that was cut short. It was a very classy moment that drew a standing ovation for the packed house. Then came the Jay-Z and Alicia Keys duo to cap off a night full of very memorable moments. Speaking of which did I mention the Michael Jackson tribute? There was that too.

If you didn’t happen to catch this years VMA’s don’t worry, I’m sure it’s being repeated on MTV even as you read this.

What a night!

07.10.09
11:23

Michael Jackson Dead at age 50 Live Coverage: Public Memorial Service: Staples Center Fans Tribute

Michael Jackson’s Public Memorial service was held at the staples center in Los Angeles, CA on July 7th 2009 days after death on June 25th 2009. Word on the street was that there were over 1 million people who tried to attend this free memorial service for Michael. It was a lottery pick so this meant that there were thousands of people lined up outside of the servivce to show their appreciation and love for Michael Jackson “The King of Pop” Thank you for inspiring the Pseudo Rebels Michael Jackson…Rest In Peace

DP3
07.1.09
21:33

I’m going to be honest with ya, I’m not a fan of movie remakes. I mean there are plenty of examples of good prequels or sequels but when you take a movie that was already made and then remake it, well it just seems tired. So why is it, that when it comes to songs, I love covers so much? I mean I really, really love a good cover and there’s a ton of examples. So here’s a quick look at some of my all time favorite covers.

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DP3
06.30.09
22:08

Music impacts our lives to a degree that is almost impossible to gauge. I could give a list a mile long of music and musicians that has either influenced or moved me. The funny thing is when you reverse the process and look at the people who have influenced music (at least to a mass degree) the list becomes much shorter. We could talk all day about The Beatles, Elvis, or even Nirvana and all deservedly so when discussing the kings of modern day pop culture. However, Michael Jackson, without a doubt in my mind is the most influential artist of the last 60 years. And as much as I love to discuss music on an analytical, today I’d rather sit back, listen and be reminded, strictly on an emotional level, of why I loved Michael Jackson’s music.
This is by far my favorite MJ song.
Long live the King.

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