Tupac Shakur was a very influential person in 20th century USA. He was born on June 16, 1971 in Brooklyn New York, and died on September 13, 1996 in Las Vegas Nevada (unknown author, no title, no page, letter code C). But his family moved around a lot while he was a kid (Bastin, J.D.). He eventually ended up in the Bay Area California alone and spent his first two years there homeless (unknown author, no title, n.p., letter code D). He grew up with only his mom and loved her very much. He even wrote a song called Dear Mama to his mom and thanked her for how she tried her best at raising him.
Now That’s What I Call Christmas! Volume 2: I just recently purchased this CD because it has a perfect balance of carols sang by the old crooners and singers, and musical artists of today. From just $7.97 on Amazon or $14.84 Amazon MP3, this is a great deal, because you get 36 great carols and new Christmas behind the voices. It’s a great investment, and you won’t be sorry you bought it.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The Hard Rock Restaurant is one of the most fun and exciting places around the world to eat at, and in Las Vegas they have everything you could want and more from the Hard Rock. They have two pools and four hot tubs at their hotel which all include music speakers under water so you can constantly have music to swim to. They also have dozens of little cabanas that you can order tropical drinks from, though the food is all found inside at the restaurant. On Sunday nights, the pool is turned into a club with dance floors and drinks all around. It’s a perfect pool party for adults.
Soundcloud is possibly the best way to share your mixes with others. Even if you think you’ve still got a way to go with your mixing skills, it’s still worth uploading a few mixes to show people how you’re improving. Getting more and more listens each time should boost your confidence, and will help you get your first DJ gig.
It’s not enough that “Always” is a great song to listen to, but Blink 182 creates one of the most original music videos that I’ve ever seen. If anyone has viewed a similar video where the screen is cut into multiple sections playing the same scene please let me know. I’m sure that one’s great too.
Zobmondo!! Would You Rather…? Boardgame – Classic Version. This is a mind game where there are 1500 twisted questions to be answered. It is in here where it includes field tested conversion starters. There is the guarantee to promote ridiculous fun. This is a totally different fun filled and edgy type of game.
What if your kid becomes a virtuoso? What if he becomes a rockstar? Could he be the next Van Halen? Or Satriani? Or even develop his own unique genre of music. Nobody really knows until they are given a chance to try, and nobody can succeed without the proper tools.