Daily Archives: November 27, 2011

Sunday Morning Cover by YayAlison and her ukulele

Sunday Morning Cover by YayAlison and her ukulele

Armed with a ukulele and a voice that reminds of Norah Jones,  seventeen year old Alison Yeh from Sugarland, Texas launched her Youtube channel today with a cover of Maroon 5′s Sunday Morning. Her voice is soulful, young, and ever-maturing. Her ukulele turns every song into an escape to an island in the Pacific. Her launch comes out of a project sponsored by TaiwaneseAmerican.org and a team of various talents. Keep on the look out for an arsenal of new projects from YayAlison.

Sunday Morning Cover by YayAlison and her ukulele

You and Me by Lindsey Yung

You and Me by Lindsey Yung

Singer Lindsey Yung released her music video for “You and Me”. The single tells a story about distance, patience, and love. In the music video directed by Kane Diep, you follow Lindsey Yung and Peter Yim in their relationship. The couple is separated by distance as Peter serves in the Navy. Love keeps this couple together despite the circumstances that separate them. It’s a touching video for people with loved ones serving in the military.

Also see the music video for Hold by Lindsey Yung.

You and Me by Lindsey Yung

My Grind by JimmyBoi

My Grind by JimmyBoi

Rapper JimmyBoi dropped the music video for “My Grind” off his Free JimmyBoi mixtape. In the video, look for special appearences by T Double & Justene Jaro. In the song, he tells a tale of his street hustling with his homies. Word on the street is that you can download the Free JimmyBoi mixtape for FREE here.

For more JimmyBoi, watch I Love Hustlin, All The Way Turnt Up and Million Dollar Dreams.

My Grind by JimmyBoi (contains explicit lyrics)

Give a S**t about Cancer with Aziz Ansari

Give a S**t about Cancer with Aziz Ansari

Actor/comedian Aziz Ansari and Chris Pratt from Parks and Recreation want you to give a s&*# about cancer. Chris left his glasses at home and doesn’t quite get giving a spit about cancer. Luckily, Aziz Ansari is there to clarify things.

Bet you never thought you could save lives just by giving a spit (and cheek cells). All it takes to sign up for the Be The Match registry, and potentially save the life of a blood cancer patient, is a cheek swab. *NOTE: YOU MUST BE 18 OR OVER TO JOIN THE REGISTRY. Run a bone marrow registry drive in your school to find donors for blood cancer patients. Give a spit about cancer and save lives!

Also see Star Wars : Stand Up To Cancer with Aziz Ansari x Ken Jeong

Give a S**t about Cancer with Aziz Ansari