As the world mourns the death of Apple visionary Steve Jobs, a commencement speech he gave at Stanford University in June of 2005 — just a year after his initial diagnosis with cancer — has begun making the rounds once again.
Working with the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, the oral history project StoryCorps is on a mission to record at least one story honoring each of the victims of the attacks on the World Trade Center that occurred on February 26, 1993 and on September 11, 2001.
As she makes the rounds on her ‘Speak Now’ concert tour, country singer Taylor Swift has been doing songs by local artists at each her stops.
So when she was in Michigan recently, she busted out her best white-girl rap on a cover of Detroit-native Eminem’s iconic song, ‘Lose Yourself.’ The delighted crowd sang along as she channeled Slim Shady and then segued into a cover of Uncle Kracker’s ‘Smile.’
Mash-ups, made from blending pieces of at least two songs into one new creation, have been a mainstay of club DJs for years, but they didn’t gain mainstream appeal until ‘Glee’ began featuring them regularly during the TV show’s musical numbers.
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