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
StudentLed Meetings Empowering Student Voice
gt;gt;Alec: When I get in arguments with mypeers, it's really hard for me to like, say I'm wrong or apologize. That's why I was like, wondering if youguys have any tips, because like, it's gt;gt;Dan St. Louis: Because our studentsparticipate in studentled meetings, they have a sense ofagency in their own life. They gain the skillsto make good decisions in school and outside of school. gt;gt;Alec: So I think I needto improve in this area.
gt;gt;Lynnel Reed: So often, in anythingthat you do in education, in life, students always feel like, quot;Oh, adultsare always saying their opinion. I don't have a voice. I never have any say.quot; So part of what we do withthe studentled meetings is, they get a chance to say what theirconcerns are, how they see things. gt;gt;Alec: Welcome, everyone. gt;gt;Dan St. Louis: Alec led hisown meeting today and we bring
in all the teachers, me, parents, tosay, here are some strengths of mine and here are some challengesthat I need help with. gt;gt;Alec: I'm very happy that they decidedto have everybody in the same room, because it allows all of usto get all on the same page. gt;gt;Like my schoolwork and tests andstuff is pretty good, but when it comes to homework, it's really bad. gt;gt;Homework really hurtmy grades this quarter, so that's something Ireally need to improve.
gt;gt;The second I get home, I don't feel like doing anything elseinvolving school. gt;gt;Kaitlin Kelley: They're notmaking up what's going to happen in this meeting on the spot, right. That's intimidating. Instead, he's got this structureddocument, with things he's proud of, things he needs to work on, specificsteps that he's going to take. gt;gt;Lynnel Reed: So they come upwith their steps and their goals,
and what they want to work on andwhat they may need support with. gt;gt;Alec: For me, it's actually beingable to sit down and get it done, because once I sit down and getit done, it's going to get done. Getting started is the hardestpart for me, so I could stay after and do my homework before I go home. gt;gt;Kathy Murphy: For mom and dad, whena student stays with me, I write a note and I say, quot;Alec stayedtoday until three thirty. He did a great job working on his PAL.quot;
So that way, there's goodcommunication back and forth. gt;gt;Jennifer: I think it's about himhaving to set goals for himself and for us to give him thebest tools to work with so that he can accomplish those goals. gt;gt;Chad: And then you'd be ableto see yourself in a new light, which only gives youmore of that confidence. gt;gt;The fact that he has, you know, eightor nine, ten adults for these meetings to actually get on the same page andsay, quot;Look, we recognize you're here.
LowStakes Writing Writing to Learn Not Learning to Write
gt;gt;Teacher: So what I want you to doright now is in your notebook write down at least one thing you know, and one thing you don't,or one question you have. gt;gt;Because we do low stakes writing, I have seen my studentsbecome more critical thinkers. I've seen them become lessafraid to make mistakes. They're pushing each otherand themselves to think about things a little more deeply.
gt;gt;Meghan Rosa: All right, ladies andgents, we're going to start our writing. Begin. gt;gt;Teacher: Every class, pretty muchevery day, you will find kids writing. gt;gt;J.J.: We write in English,Science, actually, no. We write in every single class. gt;gt;Stefano: We do writingdaily here in our math class. We use writing to put down ourideas and where we're at so far and where we can go from there.
gt;gt;Teacher: So jot down whatit is that you're looking for, because that can kindof be like the question that you're trying to answer, you knowé gt;gt;James Kobialka: In numeracy,in history, in English, in art, you'll see them writing thoughts, writing opinions, givingpeople comments. gt;gt;Dan St. Louis: I had astudent once say to me, quot;I never write becauseI'm always wrong.quot;
He'd gone through all of elementaryschool and he was really used to a lot of red marks crossingout his misspelled words. For us, you don't have to have masteredspelling before you can think deeply about a novel or a play. We're going to do a lot of lowstakes writing where, you know what, I don't care necessarilyabout the spelling. Here's an interesting issue,here's an interesting problem. Let's just think about thaton paper for two minutes.
gt;gt;Teacher: Describe or writeabout two things that you can do to improve your group's work today. gt;gt;Meghan Rosa: Structure is obviouslyso important to a piece of writing, but if you start with the structure, then you limit the ideasthat you come up with. gt;gt;Whatever statement you'refocusing on, you can write any notes that you think will behelpful for later. gt;gt;We're working on argument right now.
gt;gt;The six steps for the gt;gt;They did a little bit ofresearch on two different topics: should homework be banned, and doschools need to have a police presenceé gt;gt;We're going to start our writing. We have seven minutes: begin. gt;gt;We use seven minute writes closeto daily for a couple of reasons. It's an idea generator. Like, if you only have seven minutes,