Many of you might know me as ThinkSoul25, but my full name is Jasmine McGee. And if the last name McGee sounds familiar, then perhaps you’ve heard of the name Jamile McGee. Maybe you saw the first season of Fox’s hit tv show “So You Think You Can Dance?” and you recall that Jamile “Jamz” McGee won 3rd place. Since then, he’s danced around the world, including teaching hip-hop in Japan this summer.
I moved to Los Angeles to stay with him and find my own path out here in Cali, but since moving here I’ve had the chance to spend so much time with him and actually help film him dancing. I went to San Diego last week and filmed him teaching a Master Class, but yesterday I had the chance to just film him dancing and getting down to house music; no choreography, just ultimate freestyle and soul.
This video below is just one of the many to come. Each week we will try to put up more videos and showcase different spots in Los Angeles in which Jamz will be freestyling and just getting down to the music. If you love what you’re seeing, then please do contact him for Master Classes, lessons, and choreography. Follow him on Twitter @jamilemcgee and contact him on FB @ www.facebook.com/Jamile.McGee
Hey everyone! Hope you’ve all had a great day. Sorry I haven’t blogged in the past two days, I’ve been sick, even left work early to go home and sleep it off. I’m feeling way better after sleeping all day and taking medicine, so figured I’d go ahead and blog something.
So the delight I have for you today is an awesome new music video by French Producer Rone. The video is a really cool animated video for Rone’s hit song, “Bye Bye Macadam.” The video goes perfect with the vibe of the track and I’m really loving the creative animation of the black and white surrealism.
Watch the video below and enjoy! I will blog some more tomorrow.
Gajah is an emcee that truly needs no introduction. All I’m saying is he is lyrically dope and I love his rhymes. I just want to spend a day exploring his mind! He always comes up with some amazing combinations and deeply profound knowledge on poverty, art, culture, and just life.
I’ve posted his music on my blog in the past, but if you haven’t checked out his latest free download Poverty’s Prodigy [remixed] then you need to cope it today. It’s some good music from the Acid Records emcee and I think you will love the combinations he comes up with. He’s a dope emcee. Extremely unique.
Download it here: http://acidlabrecords.bandcamp.com/album/povertys-prodigy-remixed
Follow him on Twitter @Gajahmatik
Peep out the new tracks below and some of his old ones as well. Trust me, it’s good stuff!
It’s officially Friday. You know what that means? Let the weekend shenanigans begin! Yay yeah yay! Whether you decide to party it up or go on a nice rendezvous with your friends (or a daring lover), you should totally kick off your weekend with a great laugh.
Today’s laugh comes from this amazing viral video of this super cool guy rapping to Chris Brown’s song “Look At Me Now.” Oh, but it’s not just another wannabe rapper doing a Breezy cover. Nope, it’s way more original; he raps the entire song in Family Guy voices. That’s right, in all the voices from the popular characters from Family Guy. And you know what? His impersonations are dead on!
I’ll admit I can do a pretty good Mr. Herber, you know the old creepy guy…but I couldn’t do all of the voices jumping back and forth from one to the other. Yet, this guy does it flawlessly! His lyrics are witty and the animations on the video are also bound to ensue laughter. So if you’re in the mood for some good weekend comedy, then check out this video. Not only is it super cool, but as a Family Guy fan, I will say it is quite impressive!