Apparently Moses made a quick appearance at The Stillwater Area High School Homecoming a couple days ago. It was quite a spectacle. There was a huge blackout when suddenly
baby powder magic dust was released in the air and suddenly the stands were transformed into a redout. Moses, (played by Michael Fredrick) appeared and parted the Red Sea.
It’s been a big year for Fredrick. Along with being Moses at Homecoming he was the homecoming King. Donned in a beard, robe and sunglasses, he escorted his Queen (Jackie Ellingson) down the bleachers.
On that note, the most special guest at my high school’s basketball competition (we weren’t allowed to play football) was our school mascot, a hawk.
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You wouldn’t think the two songs would complement each other, but this mashup featuring Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and Kanye West’s “Homecoming” (ft. Coldplay’s Chris Martin) is addictive. I love the chripy beat of Swift’s pop song mixed with the edgier rap lyrics by Kanye West.
While we know a collaboration would probably never happen (can Taylor forget the past?) we sure as hell wish it would. ”We Are Never Ever Coming Home Again” was mashed together by NOxPETSxALLOWED, who has previously done mashup battles between Drake and T-Swift, and Rihanna and Skrillex.
Speaking of Taylor Swift, The
Handsome Hanson Brothers did their own acoustic rendition of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” for Fifi and Jules radio show in Australia. Check it out after the jump.
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It’s tricky to find a mashup that doesn’t actually sound like a mashup. Sometimes you can tell the two songs weren’t really meant to make love and were hastily thrown together for novelty. But this Carlos Serrano-mashup sounds totally legit and I’m obsessing.
He mashed Kanye West’s “Homecoming” with Lana Del Rey’s “Born to Die.” Though we don’t hear her vocals, we do get Coldplay’s Chris Martin’s lyrics from the original version of “Homecoming.” I love the strong beat mixed with the the hypnotizing melody in Lana’s “Born to Die.” And I keep hitting re-peat-peat-peat-peat.
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