Ytube Vid of the Week: Real Booty Music

With all this twerking we’re doing to these bass savy beats, creators might as well let the booty do all the talking for a chance. That’s exactly what Lisbon, Portugal producer Branko took on as a project given from AIAIAI headphone company. “We [AIAIAI] wanted to do this in an unusual way, which brought about music made by the booty – for the booty.”

The YTube Vid of the Week is AIAIAI’s unique advertisement for their new headphones.

It’s amazing that someone could make a song by shaking their booty. But I would like to hear more from this “amazing ass” because I’m not a fan of this actual beat, per say. Maybe they didn’t make another beat because they allotted time for Denmark’s leading booty shaker Louise Kjølsen to rest after all that rump shaking. In my opinion, if they threw in the phenomenal American bumpin booty duo, famously known as the twerk team, we’d have a full-blown instrumental tape ready for millions of people to get their hands on.

Imagine the songs you’d hear produced by rappers from their butts. Wowee haha.

Let’s hope I don’t spend all day today trying to make songs with my butt because of this video. Listen to the full track here on Doc’s Castle Media.

What do you think about real booty music? Leave your those below.

Have you watched the last Ytube Vid of the Week? Read YTube Vid of The Week: Little Girl From Missy Elliott Videos Makes A Tribute on Doc’s Castle Media.

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YTube Vid of the Week: Saving the Drone

Well, it’s not too hard to notice that there’s a craving for a new form of technology lately. Over the holidays, we were shown there was an increase in the demand of a new electronic gadget. I’m talking about those fascinating Drones. Drones swept the US by storm this year as lots of American kids received them as gifts for Christmas.

Thousands of Drones were sold to the average household making it one of the worlds most sought after “toy” in 2014, and possible, the most sought after toy for decades to come. “Worldwide, drone spending is projected to double over the next decade from $6.4 billion annually to $11.5 billion each year, according to research firm the Teal Group.

I wonder what all the hype is about? Maybe I should get one.

Hearing about the hype of these drones has resulting in me finding this video of a man recording his first experience flying his drone. Midway through his flight, the drone begins to lose battery life and begins plummeting at high speeds to the ground. He must rush to save it before it collides to earth and leaving him dreading a short-lived adventure with his new toy.

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The original video is quite funny but not as funny as websites like Huffington Post make it out to be. I’m more intrigued with remixes found on YouTube, like the one that follows.

The Whitney Houston addition:

It makes the Drone falling seem more dramatic doesn’t it?

Are you one of the many people who got a Drone for Christmas? Would you like one? Leave you comments below.

Did you see the last YTube Vid of the Week? Watch Louisa Wendorff’s Blank Space // Style (Taylor Swift Mash-Up) on Doc’s Castle Media.

YTube Vid of The Week: PRINCESS RAP BATTLE- SNOW WHITE VS. ELSA Whitney

Hip-hop is indeed a culture that captivates every soul at least once in a lifetime. But man, can it get to be so damn corny.

This week’s YTube Vid of the Week comes from a random stumble upon while scrolling my Facebook timeline, and not browsing YouTube as I normally do. I was reading an article about Disney princesses on Buzzfeed (don’t ask haha) when I suddenly see a headline that caught my eye regarding two generations of Disney goddesses battle rap for the win. What win? I don’t know. See the ridiculous video below.

The Internet is interesting isn’t it? Can you believe there are more princess rap battles on YouTube? All I can say is the mind is amazing because I never know what motivates people to make some videos. Haha.

Who do you think won this battle? Obviously, it was Elsa, but leave your comments below.

Have you watch our last YTube Vid of the Week? See Lil Mama The Lyrical Purge 0 to 100 Freestyle on Doc’s Castle Media.

Vote for Doc’s Castle Media in 2014 Mobbies Maryland Blog Competition

What an honor! I have been nominated under three categories in the 2014 Mobbies Blog and Social Media Competition. Yay! Thank you everyone!

I have never been nominated in any competition as such, especially for my writings, and I’m extremely thankful for all of you who were active in deciding to nominate me under the following three categories: Best Label Defying Blog, Best Music Blog, and Best Personal Blog.

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This competition is sponsored by the Baltimore Sun and the Creative Alliance, LLC.

I love to write, though I didn’t always know that. Doc’s Castle Media opened my eyes to my talents. I always knew I had a knack for ideas because I always owned a composition notebook or sketchbook full of thoughts since the age of 10. But to really take an active role in blogging or any kind of journalism, my mind wasn’t with it until it was made one of my duties to complete while working for an internship. I strongly opposed the idea of being a journalist my entire 4 years attending high school. I guess now, I’ve made myself out to be a liar because look at my site! It’s 3 years going strong with over 300 blog posts. I write like a journalist and I do it a lot!

I write because I believe that my voice matters. I believe that my thoughts and feelings about things carry value. My whole purpose for creating a blog was to use my words to influence others to do something meaningful in their lives. Each day, I ponder the possibilities of that actually happening. Seeing that people took the time to nominate me has shown me that my purpose might be working. Apparently, I offer something you all like.

I often talk to people while I’m out in the streets of Baltimore or while on Facebook, and people compliment me on my commitment and dedication to continue writing about what’s happening around the city from a unique and entertaining perspective. I appreciate that plenty of you take notice. I’m even more grateful to hear that many of you read on a consistent basis. It’s still weird getting this type of attention from writing freely. But I love you all more each day as you continue to support me and share my thoughts with the world! It drives me more…like really, I’m so motivated to keep doing this.

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As I’m busting my tail to provide something unique and special for you all, please do me the favor in voting for me, just as you all nominated me, in this year’s annual Mobbies Blog and Social Media Competition. It’d mean a lot to me if I could actually win in any of the categories I’m nominated for.

Below is the link to the directions for voting for the nominees in the 2014 Mobbies. Please register with one of your social media accounts and vote for Doc’s Castle Media!

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As 2015 slowly approaches, Doc’s Castle Media looks to include a few new additions to the website. I’m counting on my readers to offer me some new suggestions for what you all think can make Doc’s Castle Media a little better. Please leave your feedback and concerns in the comments below as I’ll review all of them carefully. Hopefully I’ll get some very good suggestions that’ll spice the site up.

Have you read Doc’s Castle Media submission for the Editor’s Pick in the 2014 Mobbies Competition? Read Hopping on that Train Back to 1990s on Doc’s Castle Media.

YTube Vid of the Week: Lil Mama The Lyrical Purge 0 To 100 Freestyle

I don’t know why I’m just seeing this freestyle. It seems to have surfaced the Internet about a month and some ago. I could’ve gotten a little too caught up in local activities, or I’m just late as always. There’s no point in sugar-coating it. I’m late with catching on to some things. So? LOL

Lil Mama’s freestyle is the YTube Vid of the Week because we rarely hear from this lady regarding any of her skill sets which she used to place her in the industry’s limelight. Lil Mama hopped on the hip-hop scene with the release of her hot single “Lip Gloss” in 2008. Since then, she’s been known for her hosting gigs, and more recently for her acting role in the TLC biopic CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story as group member Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopez. But music wise, what has Lil Mama been up to?

In this video, we see that Lil Mama still got it! She takes on Drake’s 0 to 100 with ease giving us the answer we’ve all been waiting for. I guess, Lil Mama really can rap. Ha-ha!

What do you think? Did she body this verse or have you hear better? Send me the best 0 to 100 freestyle. Leave your comments below.

Have you taken notice to current events lately? Doesn’t it just make wonder if the world is at it’s end? Check out last week’s YTube Vid of the Week: Why I Think This World Should End on Doc’s Castle Media.

YTube Vid of the Week: Why I Think This World Should End

So much chaos is taking place around the world and its becoming an eye opener for many of it’s inhabitants. War has always been a factor in making this world we live in seem more corrupt. But when it comes to the entire well-being of humanity as it pertains to Love, Loyalty, Happiness, Peacefulness, and etc., I beg to differ. People have become crueller and uneasy as time surpasses us. So why should the world continue to spin if the people who live in it are too selfish to nurture it as it yearns for proper care?

Let us take a moment and wake up to what’s really happening in the world today as Prince Ea tells us why he believes this world should end in this week’s YTube Vid of the Week.

They did an awesome job with this one didn’t they? Would you say you agree with what is being said? Leave your comments below.

Are you an avid reader?  Then you’ll love the last YTube Vid of the Week from Baltimore hip-hop artist Gillateen. Read Why You Should Read The Alchemist On Doc’s Castle Media.

The HashTag That Lasted All Week: #ImSoBaltimore

Is it over yet?

For the past two days, I’ve watched my city shine with pride as people participating in a game online through their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts. My online friends shared memories of growing up in Baltimore by posting photos and statuses about moments they remember while living in Baltimore under the #hashtag #ImSoBaltimore.

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I recall there being other hashtags, like #ImSoDC and #ImSoHarlem. But because majority of my time lines are recipients of Baltimore City, I rarely saw those posts. So like a throwback Thursday turned into an entire week of nostalgia, I was swimming in Baltimore pride all week.

Just the other day, we complained about how we hated where we were from. Two weeks ago, we screamed of how no one will ever make it out of this city with the lack of support from other people who live here. But what I see, with the addition of support from people who attended Artscape, we’ve gain quite a supportive presence by showing our pride in where we come while simply posting statuses about things done in and only in our city.

I spent most of my Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday liking other people’s posts, thinking to myself: I remember doing that or saying I wish that place never went out of business. We aren’t just the home of the Wire. We’re more. We just needed to let others know for a sec.

I miss Baltimore the way everyone remembered it. We talked about it like we don’t do these memorable activities anymore. It opened up my eyes into looking for new memories to capture while I continue to live here. Although, I already have started picking up the habit of doing things that can only be experienced here, I hope that others developed that sense to do the same. We can create more of these Baltimore memories.

Check out some of the things people said while participating in this week’s popular #hashtag. (All these status updates were taken from my Facebook time line. These were not submitted to me. I simply stumbled across them.)

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We had a few downers who complained about this online burst of  Baltimore pride, of course. It never fail to have someone representing that “crab-in-a-barrel” mentality. I’m glad someone chose to speak up about it, though.

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IKR! Just log out because it’s not over yet. Baltimore for life! We’re SO BALTIMORE!

What are some of your memories about Baltimore? Share some in the comments below.

Did you participate in the #TwitterPurge? Read WTF #TwitterPurge on Doc’s Castle Media.