Published on Mar 21, 2013
While many restaurant chains are struggling, Twin Peaks, Tilted Kilt and others are thriving.
Big Freedia Explains Bounce Music, Ass Shaking +1
Uploaded on Feb 8, 2012
Diplo messes around in New Orleans as he discovers more about the music in the area. This video is apart of “No One is Safe” a documentary series that is in production.
WGNO story on the Walmart video with an interview with the New Orleans Shake Team. (2011)
New Orleans Bounce Artist Sissy Nobby’s Interview (2011)
FADER TV: An Interview With Big Freedia
Uploaded on Oct 7, 2009
Big Freedia is one of New Orleans’ bounce music superstars.
New Orleans Bounce Exposed on So You Think You Can Dance
Uploaded on Sep 30, 2009
Fox’s fifth season of “So You Think You Can Dance” introduces the “New Orleans Bounce” via 20 year-old Louisiana native, Shelby “Skip” Skipper.
Big Freedia – Na Who Mad (2011)
Walmart – Mr. Ghetto New Orleans Bounce Summer 2011 ( Bonose Tv )
Just Dance : Big Freedia – Excuse
Just Dance : Big Freedia – Y’all Get Back Now
Uploaded on Mar 30, 2011
Scion A/V Presents Big Freedia’s booty poppin’ music video to her first single, “Y’all Get Back Now.” The track is off the New Orleans native’s first album, Big Freedia Hitz Vol. 1
Sissy Nobby – PSYCHO (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) 2011
Galactic ft. Cheeky Blakk – “Do It Again” (2010)
DJ Academe strongly recommends that you watch “Do It Again.”
SISSY NOBBY- WINE IT UP (OFFICIAL VIDEO) HD (2010)
Sissy Nobby’s “Runnin Booty” (2010)
Sissy Nobby- Like A Hurricane (2010)
HOME DEPOT- HAMMERTIME” Bounce video
2009 bounce video lowes & home depot shake
Published on Oct 24, 2012 by VOAvideo
More than 7,000 girls in New York City become pregnant by the age of 17 each year. Nearly two-thirds have abortions. Now, some New York public high schools are expanding a program to provide birth control to students as young as 14 who request it. That expansion has become controversial with some parents. VOA’s Carolyn Weaver has more.
Published on Oct 17, 2012 by PBSNewsHour
The Philippines have become increasingly vulnerable to human traffickers, who lure women of all ages and circumstances into prostitution and other forms of forced labor. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on how Cecilia Oebanda’s Visayan Forum Foundation has worked with law enforcement to prevent more women from falling prey.