Best Disney Songs To Sing

Screen Shot 2017-10-13 at 9.13.00 AMDisney fans rejoice! Recently, Disney released a list of movies they are releasing over the next 3 years (such as Frozen 2 and Toy Story 4)! I am fangirling right now! This has had me singing lots of Disney songs non-stop since the news came out.

It’s no secret that Disney has some amazing and extremely catchy songs. You can’t help but sing along with all your heart and soul. Sometimes, you even have to get up and dance to the songs as well.

Did you know Karaoke Cloud has a playlist of Disney songs that you can sing along to? Well, we do! It is called “Magic Singdom“, it allows you to sing ITSO artists such as Christina Aguilera and the Beauty and the Beast cast.

The playlist has a total of 44 songs. Here are our top 10 best Disney songs to sing along to:

  1. Beauty And The Beast – Be Our Guest-A song you can’t help but sing alond to.
  2. Alessia Cara – How Far I’ll Go-A song full of inspiration
  3. Maurice Chevalier – Aristocats, The-A classic for your soul.
  4. Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle – A Whole New World-The best duet.
  5. Kristen Bell, Agatha Lee Monn And Latie Lopez – Do You Want To Build A Snowman-An easy song to sing and one that everyone loves
  6. Christina Aguilera – Reflection – A song sung from the heart.
  7. From The Disney Movie Tangled – I’ve Got A Dream
  8. High School Musical – What Time Is It– This song get’s you pumped and makes you want to dance.
  9. Beauty And The Beast – Gaston (Reprise)-You gotta have a song about the bad guy in a movie
  10. Elton John – I Just Can’t Wait To Be King-Another great song that you sing from your soul.

Don’t be afraid to grab that mic or hairbrush and sing your heart out and dance like no one is watching!

Now, please excuse me, I have a hairbrush to sing into to some Disney songs.

Top 6 Most Outrageous Music Laws From Around The World

Most people are told from an early age that you must follow the rules. When you get older, you are told to follow the laws in addition to the rules you have been following you’re whole life.

However, with so many rules, it’s almost like they are meant to be put to the test or at the very least, broken. Here are our top 5 most outrageous music laws from around the world.

With that said, here are our top 5 most outrageous music laws from around the world:

  1. New Hampshire It is illegal to tap your feet or nod your head to the music in a tavern, restaurant, or cafe.
  2. India: The music video for Paris Hilton’s song, “Stars Are Blind,” is banned in India.
  3. Kansas: In Russel, Kansas, it is illegal to have a musical car horn.
  4. Finland:Taxi drivers in Finland must pay a copyright fee for the music they play in their car while a customer is in the backseat.
  5. South Carolina: Musical instruments may not be sold on Sunday.
  6. Argentina: Argentine nightclubs must play the same amount of tango music as all other forms of music combined.

I don’t know about you but I always nod my head or at the very least move my feet to the beat of whatever music I happen to be listening to. In fact, sometimes I do so without even realizing it, New Hampshire. So get real.

It seems like India is on to something in regards to that crazy law – I understand why Paris Hilton’s song “Stars Are Blind” was banned. Sorry Paris.

Alright, Kansas, time to have a talk. I like my musical car horn, and I am going to keep it! Musical car horns are how I know it is time to chase after the ice cream truck. If they don’t have their musical car horn, how will I know to grab some change and head out for ice cream? (Shout out to all my fellow ice cream lovers out there!)

Really, Finland? That’s a ridiculous law don’t you think? I mean, if I was to go through the trouble of having to get music I want to play in the car when I have customers licensed, they would be listening to a whole lot of nothing.

South Carolina, I am calling you out! There is no bad time or day to listen to music, let alone sell a musical instrument so that one can play. By denying people the ability to buy a musical instrument just because it is a Sunday is downright wrong. Check yourself, South Carolina, check yourself.

Argentina, I get it, you’re passionate about your tango music, but not everyone is. The whole point of going to a nightclub is to jam out to the blaring music flowing from the surround sound speakers, and that the music is from a large variety of music genres. Time to take it down a notch with your “same amount of tango as all other forms of music combined” craziness!

What music laws did you find most outrageous and why? Comment below!

 

Taylor Swift the Copy Cat

As many know, Taylor Swift claims to write all of her songs herself. Recently, however, some copyright allegations have come out against her making all of us wonder, is her success due to the creative work of others?

Swift is a singer and songwriter loved and hated by many. In 2014, Swift released one of her hit songs “Shake It Off” and recently released another song that soared to number one on the charts, “Look What You Made Me Do”.

T-Swift has been quite successful in her career thus far, but are things about to change?

In 2015, Swift faced a whopping $42 million-dollar lawsuit following the allegations that her “Shake It Off” song lyrics were “unoriginal” and “copyrighted”. In November of 2015, a California judge dismissed the lawsuit.

Some other songs from Swift that are under fire on the subject of copyright are:

Being constantly in the spotlight and as high up in the music industry as Swift is, can also bring negative attention and cause some people to go after her fortune that she has earned over the course of her music career.

But since the 2015 lawsuit, every song Swift releases has been put under the microscope. Her claim of originality is now constantly under fire. Since the incident, she has actually lost some fans, but many still stand by Swift.

Keep it original Swift, keep it original.