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shoutout to NF he’s amazing!!

i’ve been working hard to rap this because it was challenging and even though i messed up on some lyrics i’m still proud of my self for being able to rap this!! please like, comment and subscribe, i’m gonna try and do more covers and if y’all want me to rap certain songs than just comment them down below!!

here’s the song – https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fnlJw9H0xAM

SONG – The Search
Artist – NF
Licensed to – UMG (on behalf of NF Real Music); BMI- Broadcast Music Inc., Adorando Brazil
Latin Author, Capitol CMG Publishing, LatinAuthor – UMPG, and 1 Music Rights Societies

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Balakrishna | Chiranjeevi | Mahesh Babu | Venkatesh | Varun Tej || Tollywood Entertainment – TV9

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Auditions Continue For Season 18 — Episode 2 Recap – Hollywood Life

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A past contestant returns, an original song blows the judges away and much, much more during the Feb. 23 episode of ‘American Idol’!

The auditions continue on the Feb. 23 episode of American Idol. First up is Cyniah Elise, 17, whose video went viral on the Internet, which inspired her to audition. She sings an impressive rendition of “You Are The Reason,” and Lionel Richie compares her to Whitney Houston. Unsurprisingly, all judges vote yes, and Cyniah is onto Hollywood! Next, Kay Genyse comes to audition after being inspired by a fortune cookie. She sings and dances to “Mercy,” but the judges are worried that her vocals aren’t quite up to par with her showmanship.

Kay vows to work on her voice, but Luke Bryan still says no. Katy Perry isn’t sure what her decision is, so she brings Kay out to the streets to see what the people have to say. She agrees to give Kay a YES if the public agrees. Kay gets a resounding yes from the crowd, and Katy and Lionel give her the two yeses that she needs to move onto Hollywood! The next audition is from Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader, Kyle Tanguay. He’s an obvious performer, but hasn’t had much singing experience. Kyle sings Shawn Mendes’ “Mercy.” The judges agree he has some work to do, but still unanimously send him to Hollywood.

Jovin Webb, 28, takes the audition stage next. He sings “Whipping Post” by the Allman Brothers, and majorly impresses the judges with his voice. It’s no surprise when Jovin gets three yeses and moves onto Hollywood! The quirky Claire Jolie Goodman is up next. She has a Broadway-style voice, and it’s simply not what the judges are looking for. They agree that Claire has an amazing voice, but let her know that American Idol just isn’t the place for her.

The next performer is Margie Mays, who actually auditioned for season 17 of American Idol, but was eliminated during the showcase round (top 40). Margie’s boyfriend, Johnny West, is also auditioning this year. She sings “I Found A Boy,” and the judges agree that her singing has improved, but they don’t think she made the best song choice. Margie gets a yes from Lionel, but a no from Katy. Luke agrees with Katy that there’s work to be done, but he gives Margie a yes so that she can have one more shot, and Margie is off to Hollywood!

Johnny is up next. He sings an original song, which also features a rap, and the judges fall in love with him. They unanimously vote him through to Hollywood. Johnny’s audition is followed by a performance from Sarah Isen. She sings a gorgeous rendition of “If I Were A Boy” by Beyonce. Her nerves are evident, but the judges still recognize her talent, and they send her to Hollywood.

Next, Eliza Catasrophe performs a unique original song called “Sardines.” The judges love her personality and spirit, but just don’t think her voice and character are right for American Idol, and she gets three nos. The next contestant is Julia Gargano, comes to Idol after being inspired by past contestants Catie Turner and Alejandro Aranda. She sings an original song called “Growing Pains.” Katy loves the performance so much that she marches up and gives Julia a hug. The judges are all in agreement about Julia’s talent, and she gets three yeses.

The last audition of the night is from a married couple, who form a duo called Treble Soul. The judges ask them to perform individually: Curt Jones is up first with a Travis Tritt song, followed by Hannah Prestridge, who sings an original about overcoming addiction. The judges agree that Hannah is the stronger singer and performer. They vote Hannah through, and urge Curt to be her rock throughout the competition. American Idol continues with another episode on March 1.



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Justin Bieber Performs At Kanye West’s Sunday Service: Watch – Hollywood Life

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Justin Bieber sounded incredible as he took the mic at Kanye’s Sunday Service for an impromptu performance!

Justin Bieber, 25, made a surprise appearance at Kanye West‘s star-studded Sunday Service on Feb. 23! The “Yummy” singer took the stage with a stripped down performance of gospel song “Never Would Have Made It,” originally written and performed by Marvin Sapp. “I never would have it without you…I would have lost it all, but now I see how you were there for me” Justin — rocking a casual red hoodie — crooned in the videos posted by Kim Kardashian. The singer later posted a video, sans caption, to his own Instagram page.

Justin’s vocal range sounded absolutely incredible as he sang against just a simple organ track. At one point, the lights dimmed as he looked up and pointed to the ceiling, holding his iPhone. “When I look back, overall, you brought me through — I can see that you were the one I held onto,” he continued. “I’m stronger, I’m wiser, I’m better, much better,” he then sang, as the attendees cheered him on. Kanye’s Sunday Church Choir briefly joined him for the epic finale of the song.

As he exited the stage, Justin embraced Kanye, 42. While the appearance appeared to be a surprise to fans on social media, it’s something that has been on the Changes singer’s mind for a while. Shortly after performing for the first time at his regular church in Beverly Hills in Aug. 2019, TMZ asked Justin if he would ever perform at Kanye’s Sunday Service. The Bieb responded with a simple “yeah” as he walked out of Italian restaurant E Baldi.

The weekly Sunday gathering has proven to become quite a hit amongst the Hollywood crowd, and attracted a number of performers this week including Nas — who did an emotional rendition of “Everything” — and Roddy Rich, who got the crowd moving and singing to “The Box,” and “Ballin’.” Past attendees include Brad Pitt — who Kendall Jenner admitted she was “too nervous” to meet — and Katy Perry, along with other members of the KarJenner clan. Since starting the Sunday Service last year in Calabasas, Kanye has hosted the spiritual gathering in various Los Angeles neighborhoods — including Watts — as well one in Chicago and another at Coachella.

Kanye also had his moment on-stage for tracks “Selah” and “Jesus Is King,” both off his most recent album. Kim and Kanye’s daughter North West, 6, was dancing up a storm as her dad performed and the videos posted by Kim were so cute!





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