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Tag Archives: YouTube
As promised here’s the brand new One Woman A Capella Disney Medley Part 2 from YouTube star, and 19 year old college student, Heather Traska. As you might suspect, from the preview photos above, it has a villainy flavor, but … Continue reading
When we first spotted YouTube Star Heather Traska, she had just released her “One Woman A Capella Disney Medley” Video – a 7 minute piece where she sings all the parts, wears costumes and makeup she designs herself, then edits … Continue reading
Okay, so this is a thing. I was out searching for something amazing to share as our latest Videopolis, our series featuring YouTube talent with a Disney twist, when I spotted this: and I thought… how unique! When I thought … Continue reading
Sarah Close is a Singer/songwriter from the UK who has been picked up by the Disney Channel’s DisneyStars YouTube channel. Her ukulele cover of the classic song, “I Wanna Be Like You” from Walt Disney’s Jungle Book is terrific and … Continue reading