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Daily Archives: March 1, 2011

Hey guys, it’s your favorite friend Sam again coming back to his land with a BRAND-NEW EXTREMELY SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT POST! I usually don’t have such things THIS important than Christmas or the New Year, but today and tomorrow will be life-changing days. Why? THEY’RE birthday days, of course! Didn’t you notice the title of this post? The people upgrading are people that have rocked the nation in America and out. The first big birthday person is…

Justin Bieber, the misfit singing sensation at 17. Even I didn’t know Justin’s big day was today when I first got up in the morning at 7:30, and probably didn’t care either, but the most likely eruptions are girls with¬† the Fever…

When a terrible mistake put baby Justin as the new generation for the Biebers, he grew up to release his debut song, “One Time”. Its music video has currently reached up to 222, 031, 295 views. That song went onto Bieber’s first-ever release, the EP My World. Next came the successful and favorable album, My World 2.0, featuring famed songs like the unforgettable collaboration with Ludacris, “Baby”, and the rather memorable tag-team work with Usher, “Somebody to Love”. “Baby” currently stands as the most viewed, discussed, and–shocker!–DISLIKED YouTube video. Justin was also “smart” enough to follow up with his debut headlining tour, the My World Tour, as well as the 2011 3D biopic-concert flick Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. Speaking of which, the director’s cut of that movie is officially in theatres.

Ke$ha, another singing sensation that has decided to rock the nation with her albums. Her first one, Animal, composed several hit singles like “Tik Tok”,¬† “Your Love Is My Drug”, and “Take It Off”. She has also collaborated with electropop duo 30H!3 (pronounced “three-oh-three”) to make the song, “Blah Blah Blah”. That album was also re-released with a new companion EP, Cannibal, composing the hit single “We R Who We R” that’s already showing up on TV. She had usually been a background vocalist and songwriter, but HER breakthrough only came in early 2009 in Flo Rida’s number-one song, “Right Round”.

And the rather worthy birthday man of tomorrow is…

Theodore Seuss Geisel, rather known under the pen names Theo LeSeig or Rosetta Stone, maybe the unbearably familiar name, Dr. Seuss, was one of the world’s most memorable authors; also a good poet. I even remember when Nigahiga dubbed him “the best rapper.” IS HE NOT? A couple of his works have even been transformed into actual feature films and TV specials. Don’t forget the Broadway musical! Don’t forget him tomorrow in National Read Across America Day!

Another fine birthday person is Danielle Monet, the actress whom plays Tori Vega’s sister, Trina, on the currently-airing teen sitcom Victorious.

There’s lots of other birthdays for today and tomorrow, but you can find that all on Wikipedia.

– Sam