Michael Jackson Talks About Godliness of His Voice and His Need for Perfection in 1980 Interview Animated for PBS

In the second season premiere of the PBS animated series Blank on Blank, the late Michael Jackson talks about the godliness of his voice and his need for perfection in a 1980 interview conducted by music journalist John Pidgeon and seemingly “translated” to Mr. Jackson through his then 13-year old sister, Janet.

My singing it’s just..I’ll just say it simple as possible: it’s just godly. Really it’s just… When I was small I didn’t really know what I was doing. I just sang and it came out sounding pretty good. I just do it and it happens. It’s… I can’t explain it or…It’s no real personal experience or anything that makes it come across. Just a feeling and God, I’ll say. Mainly God

‘All About That Bass’ by Meghan Trainor Played Without Any Treble

The song “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor includes the line, “I’m all about that bass, bout that bass, no treble,” but in reality the song itself has plenty of treble. This fact was highlighted by musician Alex Tepper, aka Here Comes Brooklyn, who posted a version of the song with all the treble removed.

For the sake of comparison, here is the original video:

via Tastefully Offensive

Editor Creates Wonderfully Playful Illustrations Centered Around His Cooperative Bull Terrier

Rafael Mantesso, the Editor-in-Chief of Marketing na Cozinha, a Brazilian gastronomy site and artist in his own right, has created a number of wonderfully playful illustrations that center around his very energetic but very cooperative Bull Terrier named Jimmy Choo. According an interview with A+, Rafael’s beloved dog gave him daily inspiration.

Mantesso told A+ that after divorce he was left in an empty house. Wanting to fill in the empty spaces, he started drawing and painting again.Jimmy Choo was always there to watch Mantesso work, so it was natural thing for him to snap images of Jimmy interacting with his art. Mantesso says Jimmy Choo is very energetic but he willingly helps his owner to realize his ideas.

via Another Mag, A+