How To Sing Like Your Favorite Artists
Welcome. I'm Ryan Higa Professional singer and vocal stiloligerizerist and today i'm gonna be teaching you how to sing like some of your favorite artists. As much as you think you can't sing or as much as you know you can YOU CANT YET but by the time you finish this tutorial with enough work and effort in ONE DAY you might be able to sound like. THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS!!!! Not one lesson (guitar music)
The first artist you're gonna learn how to sound like Think of every tough guy you've ever met with a big ass chain. Now double that! That's how tough you gotta be when you rap like 2 chainz Once you've got that down all you have to do is rap about all things that are plainly obvious She got a big booty so I call her quot;big bootyquot; Or a line like this I'm in the kitchen. Yams everywhere Or.
All I want for my birthday is a big booty ho Yes those are actual lyrics from his song quot;birthday songquot; But really once you perfect your 2 chainz you can do it with anything I like this lamp yo that's why i purchased this lamp I'm in the kitchen. Not anymore All i want for my birthday is a big booty hole Oh! Gotta poop Gotta poop right now
Jt like to sing high so the technique here is simple you just have to grab your nuts hard. hard as the can I (grabbing those nuts hard) can't wait till I get you on the floor good lookin. HOW! AH! To sound like Nikki Minaj is simple all you have to do is rap while you're slowly leaning back on an excersize ball I said quot;excuse me you're a hell of a guy. I mean mymumumy you're hell a fly I mean you're so shy and i love you to tie just look at the guy when I think of his eyequot; ugh! So you wanna sound like beyonce.
Probably can't. It's a natural god given talent Just try to sound overly sexy almost to the point where it sounds like you're gonna cry but you don't As long as you love me Just pretend you're a good looking British singer and duplicate yourself Everyone else but you two! Lets see I'm probably gonna need about one two three.four more people for this part so. (duplicates) You guys readyé Five six seven eight Remember that when you are feeling sad
Just sound really lazy like you don't even feel like rapping today STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM NOW WE HERE! Lazier! Much lazier than that! Started from the bottom now we're here! LAZIER! Started from the bottom now were here Look your alarm clock just woke you up at 6:00 am morning and now you have to go to school Started from the bottom now the whole team here
Where did Russia come from Alex Gendler
Where did Russia come from, why is it so big, and what are the differences between it and its neighborsé The answers lie in an epic storyof seafaring warriors, nomadic invaders, and the rise and fall of a medieval stateknown as Kievan Rus. In the first millennium, a large group of tribes spread throughthe dense woodlands of Eastern Europe.
Because they had no writing system, much of what we know about themcomes from three main sources: archaeological evidence, accounts from literate scholars of the Roman Empire and the Middle East, and, lastly, an epic history called the Primary Chronicle compiled in the 12th century by a monk named Nestor. What they tell us is that these tribeswho shared a common Slavic language and polytheistic religion
had by the 7th century split intowestern, southern and eastern branches, the latter stretching from the Dniester River to the Volga and the Baltic Sea. As Nestor's story goes, after years ofsubjugation by Vikings from the north, who, by the way, did not wear horned helmets in battle, the region's tribes revoltedand drove back the Northmen, but left to their own devices, they turned on each other. Such chaos ensued that, ironically,
the tribes reached out to the foreignersthey had just expelled, inviting them to return and establish order. The Vikings accepted, sending a princenamed Rurik and his two brothers to rule. With Rurik's son, Oleg, expanding his realm into the south, and moving the capitol to Kiev, a former outpost of the Khazar Empire, the Kievan Rus was born, quot;Rusquot; most likely deriving from an old Norse word for quot;the men who row.quot;
The new princedom had complex relationswith its neighbors, alternating between alliance and warfarewith the Khazar and Byzantine Empires, as well as neighboring tribes. Religion played an important role in politics, and as the legend goes, in 987, the Rus prince Vladamir I decidedit was time to abandon Slavic paganism, and sent emissaries to explore neighboring faiths. Put off by Islam's prohibition on alcohol
and Judaism's expulsion from its holy land, the ruler settled on Orthodox Christianity after hearing odd accounts of its ceremonies. With Vladimir's conversion and marriageto the Byzantine emperor's sister, as well as continued trade along the Volga route, the relationship between the two civilizations deepened. Byzantine missionaries created an alphabetfor Slavic languages based on a modified Greek script
The Dark AgesHow Dark Were They Really Crash Course World History 14
Hi there my name's John Green, this is CrashCourse World History and today we're going to talk about the Dark Ages, possiblythe most egregious Eurocentrism in all of history, which is really saying something. (We're Europe! The Prime Meridian Runs Throughus; We're in the Middle of Every Map; and We Get To Be a Continent Even Though WereNot a Continent.) But let's begin today with a pop quiz: What was the best year of your life, and whatwas the worst yearé Mr. Green, Mr. Green: Best 1994, Worst 1990.
Oh, me from the past. It gets so much better,and also so much worse. For worst year I'm gonna go with 2001; bestyear 2006. Alright now it's your turn, dear pupils: share yourbest and worst years in comments during the intro. theme music Right, so what you will quickly find is thatyour worst year was someone else's best year. So, too, with history. The period between 600 and 1450 CE is oftencalled the Middle Ages in Europe because it came between the Roman Empireâ€”assuming youforget the Byzantinesâ€”and the beginning
of the Modern Age. And it's sometimes called the Dark Ages,because it was purportedly unenlightened. But was the age so darké Depends on what you find depressing. If you like cities and great poetry, thenthe Dark Ages were indeed pretty dark in Europe. But if like me your two favorite things areNot Dying From Wars and not dying from anything else, the Dark Ages actually weren't that badâ€” at least until the plague came in the 14thcentury.
And meanwhile, outside of Europe, the Dark Ages were truly an Age of Enlightenment.Butwe'll get boring Europe out of the way first. Let's go to the Thought Bubble. Medieval Europe had less trade, fewer cities, andless cultural output than the Original Roman Empire. London and Paris were fetid firetraps withnone of the planning of sewage management of places 5,000 years older like Mohenjo Daroin the Indus Valley Civilization, let alone Rome. But with fewer powerful governments, wars were at least smaller, which is one reasonwhy Europeans living in Medieval Timesâ€”
Uhh THOUGHT BUBBLE I KNEW YOU WERE GOING TODO THAT. Anyway, people in Medieval Times lived slightlylonger â€” life expectancy was 30 â€” than Europeans during the Roman Empire â€” when life expectancy was 28. Instead of centralized governments, Europe in the middle ages had feudalism, apolitical system based on reciprocal relationships between lords, who owned lots of land, andvassals, who protected the land and got to dress upas knights in exchange for pledging loyalty to the lords. The lords were also vassals to more importantlords,
with the most important of all being the king. Below the knights were peasants who did the actual work on the land in exchangefor protection from bandits and other threats. Feudalism was also an economic system, with the peasants working the land and keepingsome of their production to feed themselves while giving the rest to the landowner whoseland they worked. The small scale, local nature of the feudalsystem was perfect for a time and place where the threats to peoples' safety were alsosmall scale and local.