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Tag Archives: videopolis
We last saw Alex Boyé when he was fronting my most favorite cover of “Let it Go” from Disney’s Frozen. You know, the one that featured African beats and the very talented vocals of 11 year-old Lexi Walker. Well, Boyé … Continue reading
Normally our Videopolis videos feature a vocalist, a cappella group, piano or maybe a ukulele. But our first Videopolis of 2015 will feature something new, a video with a rock guitar twist. Fred Mubang made this arrangement of Disney Medleys … Continue reading
I’m always a fan of these “one man band” multi-track a capella numbers. The latest entry, and one of the best vocally, is from Matt Mulholland with his a cappella cover of “Friend Like Me” from Disney’s Aladdin. Matt’s sweet … Continue reading
For today’s new Videopolis here’s something I’ve never seen before, a game of lyric tag. Two (or more, I guess) performers sing a song alternating every other word. In this case, it’s Kyle Wesley and Colton Iverson who are singing … Continue reading