A 26-year-old internet celebrity and phonomonon through the popular video hosting website, YouTube. He is most well known for his original song, Chocolate Rain, about the suffering of African Americans and racism in today's society. Most of the time, people are unable to grasp the meaning of the song because they are too busy taking note of the fact that his deep voice doesn't match his young looking face. Tay Zonday has had no formal voice or piano lessons, but is able to sing and read music. All of his songs are originals,collaborations, or remakes. He has yet to be sighed to a recording company or make an album. Tay Zonday allows fans to download his music for free. Tay Zonday is just his cover name. His real name is unknown.
"Tay Zonday is like the off spring of Michel Jackson and Louis Armstrong!"
"So I guess that means you didn't catch the meaning of the song at all?"
The playing of a song or songs made famous by another artist.
Hendrix's version of Dylan's, "All Along The Watchtower," was a rare instance when the cover job was better than the original version of the song.
taking/singing a previously written song and adding extra notes, octaves and words not included in the original song. Sung particularly by African American decent.
Man, Alicia Keys likes to scribble!!!
Miriah Carey scribbles in every song!!
Stop scibbling the song, you're ruining it!!!
The remix of a famous song as performed on the new FOX TV show, Glee
The Gleemix of Don't Stop Believing goes faster than the original version by Journey
The last 50 seconds-1 minute of the album version of the song Monsoon, which is the English version of Durch den Monsun, by the German alternative-rock-pop sensation Tokio Hotel.more...
Bill Kaulitz, the younger of the Kaulitz twins, usually sings all the vocals, except during live performances when bassist, Georg Listing, backs-up. Also, during the song Raise Your Hands (German: Wo Sinde Eure Hande), guitarist-and-elder-twin, Tom Kaulitz, joins Georg and Bill in the chorus.
However, the Tom chorus is usually a reference to Tom's back-up vocals in track two (Monsoon) of the band's English Album: Scream. Tom sings a harmony during the last chorus of the song, creating a bit of low-voiced chaos behind Bill's vocals.
Monsoon can, of course, be found on YouTube, iTunes, and almost any other music site, given that it is one of Tokio Hotel's top English hits. The German version, however, does not have this back-up vocal effect, and, there is wide-s...
(n.) A song that is constantly sung and remixed, to the point that the song is absolutely nothing like the original. Derived from an original song titled "Spanish Bombs"
"Spanish bombs, raining down on my parade! *Dance*"
Perceived to be original by its creator, but actually lacking in originality.
"Dude, that new song you wrote sounds just like Joy Division."
"…Okay, so it's ignoriginal…dumbass."