We’ve first listened to Ayo, the Nigerian-Roma Soul, Reggae and Acoustic Soul singer a while ago at the Paleo festival. What a performance and what a person. She definitely has seen rough times in her life, but when I see her smile it’s the smile of a survivor.
Carry on and here are three songs from this outstanding person.
Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)
Help Is Coming
Down On My Knees
Life Is Real
Ayo at Universal
- Animation: Declaration of Human Rights
- Music: Imagine
- Music: A horse with no name
- Music: Censor bar art
An outstanding animation – the best on that topic we have ever seen. The text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as an Infographics animation.
It’s weekend and after all the bad news that people in many countries might soon starve to death due to food shortages and all the other disasters we hear about every day, we thought why not take a timeout for a few minutes and listen again to one of the most beautiful songs.
The three minutes watching the video and listening to John Lennon’s all-time-classic Imagine will definitely get you into a more positive mood.
A link to America’s all time classic – “A horse with no name”.
Can’t get tired of listening to this song after all the years and it seems I’m not alone with that. Everytime when its played at some place spirits go up and people are starting to sing along the lyrics…
Great video from The Brighton Port Authority demonstrating that black censor bars can also be used in humorous and creative ways.
If the of the voices in the song “Toe Jam” sound familiar to you that’s because it’s David Byrne (Talking Heads) and popular East End rapper Dizze Rascal. The person behind The Brighton Port Authority is Quentin Leo Cook aka Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook whom you might also know from his band The Housemartins or his solo house music album Pizzamania….