When ya new favorite voice covers one of ya favorite voices!!!! Thats exactly what happened when Matt Bloyd chose to cover Sam Smith's new song "Too Good At Goodbyes" it feels a lot warmer then the original that haunts us when Sam sings it. We love how Matt put his own twist on it and showed off that killer range that made us a fan from the first day we heard him. Here is what Matt had to say about choosing the cover I am a huge fan of Sam Smith's voice and his artistry. After a two year hiatus, Sam is back with "Too Good at Goodbyes" and I could not be more excited. He's truly an inspiration. When I heard this song I KNEW I had to cover it and got right on it. Hope you love my take on this JAM. Check it out here: See more from Matt Bloyd Twitter | https://twitter.com/mattbloyd Facebook | http://facebook.com/mattbloydmusic Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/mattbloyd Recorded, mixed, filmed, and edited by Adrian
First let me start off by saying that this movie was NOT intended for kids. The director himself stated this fact when people mainly parents were complaining that it was too sad and not kid friendly. The movie was geared towards adults that grew up on the book in the 60’s. Now with that said the movie was good. It had a very sad underlining tone to it. You can tell by the way the actors behaved towards one another along with the scenery in the movie. It was a very tan-ish scene going on. There were a few times I became bored and was ready to fall sleep but I stuck with it and I’m glad I did. The monsters in the movie seemed so angry. In the movie adaption you can since a love lost between the two monsters even with the boy and his family with the shots of things his father gave him but no father. There is not much I can say because I had mixed feelings about this movie. As I’m sure a lot of people have. The best thing I can say is ignore the book when you see this movie, but do see the
LONDON — British singer Leona Lewis was punched in the head during a book signing in London on Wednesday, her spokesman said. Lewis, 24, had been signing copies of her autobiography for around 90 minutes at a book store in the upmarket Piccadilly district of London when "a guy came up and punched her to the side of the head," the spokesman said. The three-time Grammy Award nominee suffered bruising to the side of her head and was "understandably badly shaken." The spokesman said he did not hear the man say anything to Lewis during the "unprovoked" incident and security officers swiftly intervened. A police spokesman said a man had been arrested in connection with the alleged assault. Here is footage after the blow was dealt to leona.. Lewis was catapulted to fame by winning a TV talent show in 2006. In 2008, she became the first British woman to top the US charts for more than 20 years with her single "Bleeding Love".