First up we have Kool & The Gang with Fresh. A real bop and the music video is great. It’s inspired by Cinderella and it’s just so storytelling. The outfits are just so sparkly and fun too.
Next we have Poland’s entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Here is Krystian Ochman with River. I love the song and the music video is really emotive. Goes very well with the song.
Next we have Drag Race season 14’s June Jambalaya with her music video inspired by Amber Riley’s Ride. Very storytelling. A great music video. June and everyone in the video tells the story of the song very well and all that choreography on the beach is excellent.
Next up is some health advice from NYU Otologist Erich Voigt on the Business Insider YouTube page about the best way to clean your ears. Erich advises us not to use Q-Tips inside our ears and from experience this is great advice! 🙂
Finally here is an eyebrow appointment from Peace and Saraity ASMR. Really relaxing. A chilled, calm roleplay session.
First up is Emeli Sandé with There Isn’t Much. A really great song and music video. The choreography is really well put together in the music video. The lyrics are just so heartfelt and the music accompanies the lyrics so beautifully. I adore this song and music video.
Next up we have Lizzo with About Damn Time. This music video is so storytelling. I love the message in it. The song is so catchy. A really great song to dance to.
Next up we have Todrick Hall with Pre-Madonna. The whole 80s vibe of this music video is really cool. A really creative music video with great choreography and a really catchy song with a great beat.
Next up is the Spring/Summer 2019 show from Valentino. Such stunning outfits, superb modelling and a beautiful setting. I especially adore though Pat McGrath’s feather eyelash creations. This looks so effortless but no, from experience (yes I tried to recreate the feather eyelashes! :-)) it really isn’t! 🙂 Excellent show.
Finally here is LatreceASMR with a very relaxing scalp check and dandruff scratching roleplay. Really, really calming and I think the hair been on top of the microphone creates a lot of lot of very cool and relaxing sounds.
First up we have episode 34 in Crash Course’s brilliant Black American History series. In this episode Clint Smith talks about the tragic murder of Emmett Till.
Next up we have episode 35 in Crash Course’s Black American History series. In this episode Clint Smith talks about the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Rosa Parks and Claudette Colvin. Really interesting with a lot of extra information not always told in regards to this part of history.
Next up we have episode 36 in Crash Course’s Black American History series. In this episode Clint Smith talks about Martin Luther King Jr. and the SCLC. This is a really interesting video with a lot more information about Martin Luther King Jr. than is often put across. You will certainly learn a lot more about the man and his personality and more about what motivated him in this video.
Next we have episode 37 in Crash Course’s Black American History series. In this episode Clint Smith talks about the Student Civil Rights Activism movement. He discusses three groups in particular in the video Little Rock Nine, the Greensboro Four and the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Commitee. He also speaks about Daisy Gatson Bates, Ella Baker, the Freedom Riders and the countless students who worked tirelessly for justice. A very interesting episode with a great message that everybody has a part to play in creating change and that their contribution is incredibly valuable.
Finally for today we have a video from Kat Blaque about the life and work of Bayard Rustin. Really interesting, informative watch.