Can You Hear That Bass Mom: Bostyn Smith releases three Jimmy Fallon & LL Cool J inspired singles
Can You Hear That Bass Mom: Bostyn Smith released three amazing Jimmy Fallon & LL Cool J inspired singles on ITUNES; the songs are titled "Can You Hear That Bass Mom" Trap MIX, "Can You Hear That Bass Mom" EDM. There is also another "Can You Hear That Bass Mom" Radio by music producer Zachary Moore. Only download the songs associated with Bostyn Smith or Bostyn Olivia Smith, only the songs associated with her name are real, and no one can use her name or likeness because it’s copyrighted.
By: Josh Steinbeck
Tana said that people from everywhere are reaching out to her and saying the exact same thing when they see the video. "Your daughter made me smile, I was going through a difficult time in my life and I watched that video and laughter came over me, it made me laugh and helped me emotionally, I thank you for posting the video of your daughter." Ken gets all the thanks for the posting and Tana gets the thanks for having an amazing child who has brought so much joy to so many people around the world.
If you still don't have a clue what we are talking about, I have provided several links so you can see the video. Everyone from LL Cool J, to Megan Good, and even People Magazine has put her in their issue. Her image is being associated with “cool” and she’s a little icon, very hip. I would call her a little old soul, she scratches on the turntables as she listens to LL Cool J'S "I'm going back to Cali." She sings the song with the cutest little voice you ever heard. What makes this so remarkable is her spontaneous reaction to the music and what she says.
In the beginning of the song she starts singing "I'm going back to Cali" and her voice will melt your heart, don't take my word, I will include the video links, judge for yourselves. Then, after she really starts getting into the song, she has the most adorable facial expressions that it’s hysterical. Tana Grover, her mom, can be heard laughing deep belly laughs in the background. Then, in the middle of the song Bostyn stops, looks at her fingers and says in the most adorable voice ever, "Can you hear that bass mom". It makes her mom burst out in laughter, totally catches her by surprise. Tana is overcome with laughter and so will you once you look at the video. Which actually make the song even more awesome after you listen to the video, the connection will blow you away, best song ever.
After SuperKenGaming posted the video he experienced one crazy ride. The Ellen DeGeneres Show was so intent on reaching out to Bostyn's mom to see if they could talk to her about the possibility of getting Bostyn on the show that they contacted people in the city where they lived. When it proved almost impossible to contact Bostyn’s mom. Ellen’s staff finally made the connection. Huge credit to them for never giving up; Kudos to Brian at the Ellen show.
A few days ago, Jimmy Fallon invited LL Cool J on the show and played the video of Bostyn singing LL Cool J'S song "I'm going back to Cali." When two creative minds like LL Cool J and Jimmy Fallon get together you know something wonderful was going to happen and it did. LL Cool J told Jimmy Fallon that a song should be made out of Bostyn’s video. Jimmy Fallon agreed, and the Tonight’s show’s Band, The Roots, kicked it into high gear, following LL Cool J and Jimmy Fallon’s lead. This is quite amazing to watch.
You can watch the video below. Jimmy Fallon and NBC first dubbed the experience “LL Cool J’s littlest fan inspires song” as you will see from the video below: Lots and lots of fun was had, if you like Jimmy Fallon and LL Cool J, and you love adorable little kids, you will enjoy this. Even if you don’t, you will love the songs, they are nothing less than incredible. I had the pleasure of listening to them and it blew me away.
Family friend Leon Youngblood Sr. put the entire project together along with Bostyn’s extremely supportive mother Tana Grover. Leon Youngblood Sr. is a music executive and the father of music producer “Leon "Roccstar" Youngblood Jr, Chris Brown-Fine China, USHER-All of me, JLO, Fergie, Jennifer Hudson, Zendaya and the list goes on and on. None of these songs were produced by his son “Roccstar”
That task went to the supremely gifted producer Riley Urick-Christina Aguilera, Kanye West, and the list is way too long to continue. Leon explained to Riley Urick that Bostyn's mom, Tana Grover, a single mom had an amazing daughter and asked him if he could donate his time to produce an amazing record for her. Riley Urick charges upwards of $10,000 to produce one song.
Leon admitted to me that he was a little nervous asking Riley to do such a big project for free. Leon continued to say that after Riley looked at the video of Bostyn and realized that the money would be used to fund her college education, he agreed to do the song at no charge; that's right, a music producer who charges $10,000 per song and the guy who Kanye West trusted twice to put the the finishing touches on his first two albums said yes!!! he said yes!!! He agreed to help and did it because as he declared, "She is adorable and we seem to have forgotten to give back to those less fortunate.” He also said, “Why wouldn't I want help a kid with her education, that’s the only way to get ahead in life, and millions more people out there think like me, that's why America is the greatest country in the world, we all give back to one another."
We are asking everyone to go to ITUNES and download "Can you hear that bass mom" Bostyn Smith. Remember, the songs with Bostyn Smith's attached are the only legitimate songs and there are only three. No one can use her name or likeness because they would be in violation of copyright laws.
I love America. Bostyn is now the most famous 4 year old in America and the most recognizable as well. I see her modeling all types of kid's clothing, shoes, sneakers, dresses, you name it. She has an amazing personality, so commercials is a given.
I see so much talent in this four year old, it’s really not what I think that matters, it's every parent, it's everyone reading this. If helping others is something in your DNA, you will reach out, if it’s not then this is no more than a meaningless article to you. Those who cannot download can repost the information on their Facebooks, Twitters, Instagram and other social media. If everyone does a little something, we can at least help her with her college education fund which is set up in a trust.
To support Bostyn's college education fund, go to ITUNES, and download "Can You Hear That Bass Mom". Bostyn Smith is the artist, remember only download the ones that say Bostyn Smith or Bostyn Olivia Smith, nothing else is legitimate. Please report to ITUNES if you see anyone else posting songs “Can you hear that bass mom” without the name Bostyn Olivia Smith or Bostyn Smith as the artist. Thanks again we all can do something. I Josh Steinbeck donated my time to write this article. Why, because a child’s education is worth it, and if it has anything to do with helping our brave men and women of the military or a children's education you can always count me in.
I grew up being raised by a single parent myself, and I love our military and what they mean to us. I also love children, they are truly our future, I have three kids myself. Let's all download the songs, I know I will and repost on your social media sites. Let's all be apart of something wonderful, so much trouble in our world today, its good to escape and laugh a little that's what Bostyn Olivia Smith does for all of us, she give us the chance to laugh again.
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