Sometimes I can be spiteful but now is not one of those times.

Even though I’m posting another Afrikaans song, something I haven’t done in ages.  It’s just that this song speaks to my concerns of Princess who’s very close to having a boyfriend…  More about that later…

The song is about a girl who is wondering whether the full moon has something to do with her sudden love for a certain guy.

LEAH is making a name for herself down here in South Africa and I figured, why not share the gems we have with the rest of the world?  So to my English followers, I apologize, but I hope you enjoy VOLMAAN.  (Her, not being ugly, also makes for pleasant viewing.)

Dancing again

This is me being progressive!

Dude and Princess have been raving about this song for a while now and due to their persistence and control of the car audio system I had to listen to it as well.  Low and behold, I liked it.

An even bigger surprise was the realization that this guy is South African!  Proof that you learn something new every day.  So that sealed the deal, a featured post on my site.  (He obviously doesn’t know how lucky he is, as he doesn’t follow my blog.)


PS – I apologize for his outfit in advance and please note that this is NOT common attire in our country.  Our shirts are long or short.  Not both.  I also don’t know how high he was when he picked his stage name because I’m sure no parent would be so cruel as to burden a kid with such an unpronounceable surname.

Forever Country

Every so often there comes a musical event that strikes a cord with me.  Especially when a heap of artists come together and record a song, like the one about Christmas or being the world.

This one was released last year but as we all know by now,I’m a bit slow.  I would also like to point out that this song was not done for charity.  And it’s country, so I apologize upfront.  But getting so many acts to do one song is quite mind boggling in my humble opinion.  It took them three days to do so.

In honour of the 50th anniversary of the Country Music Association Awards, 30 nominees (and winners) from the past and present, got together and released this mashed up version of three golden classics.

I told you it was good.

Can’t get you out of my head

Heard this song on the radio on the way to work and it send a flush of memories and now I can’t get this damn song out of my head.  So what other choice did I have than posting it here..

For most of us this song was the ultimate earworm of the 2000’s.  And it wasn’t too ugly to look at either.

Notorious for the catchy hook and the revealing one piece she wore, KYLIE MINOGUE shines through her signature tune CAN’T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD.

When I’m gone (Cups)

This song was all the rage a few years ago, mainly because my daughter performed this at a local talent show after studying the video for hours.  She won first price, which implies she didn’t get her musical talent from me.

I like the gimmick but there is no doubt that ANNA KENDRICK has a great voice and the song WHEN I’M GONE suits her perfectly.  And who doesn’t like a restaurant where everyone does the same random thing?


Ciao Adios

I’v posted one of ANNE-MARIE songs before and because her voice is infectious, her lyrics empowering and the melody and instant ear-worm, I thought why not post again.

I hear this song every time Princess gets in the car so I know I’m gonna get sick of it any moment now.  But until I do enjoy her singing CIAO ADIOS.

By the way this video is NOTHING that I expected it to be.  And the dancing was choreographed by one of two people: Either a six year old toddler or a 47 year old white guy.