Found this video from one of my classmates in my department at UW. It’s a cover for the Beatles song “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” by MercyMe, as well as a few other groups.
I’ve seen videos like this before. A husky howling to calm down a crying baby. TV shows. And music too… But Biggie Smalls?[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=D7_0SOTQLIQ]
Here’s a choir using their hands and bodies to emulate a storm. It’s in the first few minutes of this clip:[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05ip-N0H1Ig&feature=feedlik]
Now this is pretty cool. It started last year, but still going on today. It’s called the Johnny Cash Project. It’s a music video of Johnny Cash’s last song, “Ain’t No Grave”. However, instead of real film footage, people can draw a frame in the video and submit it to the project. Then users can vote on the best drawing for that frame. Eventually, they take the top vote getter for each frame and compile it to form the entire video. A very creative idea.
It’s been a few years, but Incubus finally released a new single that’s part of their upcoming album called “If Not Now, When?” It’s called Adolescents. You can listen to it here.
This is pretty awesome.