We think no one could ever dethrone Michael Jackson in his “King of Pop” label. Even though he had already passed away, his charm, good music and overall energy during his performances shall linger on and on for the next generations.
One of the many things that people loved about Michael is of course, his portfolio of songs. His songs are upbeat, unique and would definitely make anyone want to dance. Among the all-time favorites is “Smooth Criminal,” which is Michael’s seventh single from his 1987 album Bad. The song has a fast-paced beat and is perfectly combined with well-written lyrics, featuring the story of Annie, who was attacked in her apartment by a “smooth” assailant.
Fast forward to the present, “Smooth Criminal” has had many appearances in various MJ re-released and greatest hits album. Young musicians have come up with their own covers, hoping to relieve the greatness of the “King.” But we think one of the most interesting covers of the song is its Japanese instrumental version, featuring Professional shakuhachi (bamboo flute) player Yoshimi Tsujimoto and a backup duo of koto (Japanese harpa) players, including Yuko Watanabe.
Watch the video here:
That is certainly one unique and entertaining cover! What do you think? Let us know in the comment box below and share this post to your family and friends too!
The 3 Wildest and Most Wicked GoPro Videos Ever Captured
These GoPro videos deserve a prize!
Numerous people who love film and photography also fell in love with Nick Woodman’s creation: the GoPro.
Over the years, the improvements on its line allowed hundreds of GoPro enthusiasts to capture stunning and unbelievable photos and videos that permitted the audience to experience what the person behind the camera experiences.
In case you don’t know, GoPro awards up to $5 million in cash yearly to amateur and professional content creators. The company offers $500 for the best photos, $1,000 for the most amazing raw clips, and $5,000 for the most excellent video edits. All you have to do is to capture your passions on camera and submit them to their website for review.
Smart Guy Builds Real-Life Version of Thor’s Hammer Only He Can Wield
This guy just built a cool Mjolnir replica that only he can lift
A few days ago, we shared with you the fantastic NYCC creation of cosplayer Thomas DePetrillo who blew everyone’s socks off with his massive Hulkbuster costume.
So should his fellow Avengers be far behind? Well, it looks like a real-life Thor has also landed on Earth. Or at least, an engineer has built a very cool replica of the Mjolnir.
This hammer is so cool that only one person can lift it - exactly like Thor’s mythical weapon of choice.
Epic 9-Foot Tall Iron Man Hulkbuster Cosplay Stole The Show At Comic Con
Move over, Tony Stark! This guy just made a gigantic Hulkbuster armor from scratch.
If you’ve been to a comic convention before, you know that wearing superhero costumes is pretty much the norm during such events. But if you’ve attended the recently-concluded New York Comic Con, you’ll know one particular cosplay stood out from the rest.
The “Iron Man Hulkbuster” cosplay by Thomas DePetrillo of Extreme Costumes totally grabbed everyone’s eyes because of its massive size and impressive details. It’s really hard to miss this guy given the fact that the costume stands over 9 feet tall. You’ll see it even if you’re standing several meters away from where he stands.
Worn by Iron Man on Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Hulkbuster cosplay quickly became a crowd favorite at NYCC.
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