This is not a regular song debut or music video! SoulPancake presented Matt Hires’s music video, ‘Hold You Up.’ It’s a collaboration with Rock the Cause and Ronald McDonald House. Matt wrote the song because Paul, his friend, has a daughter whose life was saved by the Ronald McDonald House. Paul wanted to give back, so Matt agreed to help him out, which led to this song and feel good video. RELATED: Watch this turtle twerk in another feel good video.
OMG. I think I’ve seen everything now. Watch this turtle TWERK. Seriously. If you need a smile from a feel good video, check it out after the break. RELATED: Ripple the dog doesn’t really care about the weather.
It’s Monday: we need a laugh, right? This video will give it to you. Global News decided to showcase a dog from the Edmonton Humane Society by having Ripple the dog join meteorologist Mike Sobel for the weather forecast. Ripple, it turns out, was more interested in playing with his leash than hearing about the weather. RELATED: Pharrell Williams’s song ‘Happy’ goes to the dogs.
If you feel like a blast from the past, then Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon’s sketch on ‘The Tonight Show’ is the perfect video for you to watch! Brad and Jimmy communicated via 80s-style breakdance moves. RELATED: Another feel good video is watching kids react to ‘All About That Bass.’
‘All About That Bass‘ is currently #1 on the Billboard Top 40 chart. Everyone is shaking it to Meghan Trainor these days ;). So the “Kids React” people showed kids Meghan’s video, ‘All About That Bass,’ to get their reaction. Take a look at what they thought about the song and its message of self-acceptance. RELATED: Another feel good video is the New York Times’s video, ‘Small Plates.’
This video will bring a smile to your face: I guarantee it. The New York Times sent six second graders to Daniel, an acclaimed restaurant. The kids were served a tasting menu that normally runs $220 (no, that’s not a typo). The kids came from P.S. 295 in Brooklyn. RELATED: Watch 11-year-old dancer bust a move to Meghan Trainor’s hit song, ‘All About That Bass.’
If you’ve got a case of the “Mondays” and are having some trouble getting yourself moving, then watch the video after the break. It is BETTER than coffee. Eleven-year-old Taylor Hatala is studying dance with choreographer Matt Steffanina. Matt showed off his dance protege’s movies in this youtube video. They’re performing to Meghan Trainor’s hit song, ‘All About That Bass.’