As a five-year-old, you were probably running around in the backyard, causing mayhem with friends, and all-around enjoying your freedom before the weight of extra-curricular activities and homework took over your afternoons.
Eduarda Henklein, who’s now six, likes everything you probably did as a kid. But there’s one big difference…she can take any pro drummer on in a battle.
Jordan Smith, a 2015 contestant on The Voice, has already been making waves with his talent…but this week, he blew everyone away. He stepped onstage and began singing what was originally an Adele song (“Set Fire To The Rain”).
Most women wouldn’t be able to perform the song perfectly…but a man’s version? Jordan made the crowd go nuts.
Your jaw will be on the FLOOR.
After a performance like that, it’s easy to see why Jordan might just win! That’s the kind of talent that takes people places.
While rumble strips may never have woken you from a slumber behind the wheel, they’ve saved countless lives over the years. Late-night drives can be exhausting, especially for truckers who run on tight schedules and deadlines.
But these engineers weren’t satisfied with that telltale rumbling sound. They wanted those grooves to create beautiful music, so they designed different templates to do just that. Check it out in the video below.
Since 2007, engineers in various countries have adopted this awesome technique to make gorgeous highway music all over the world. They only work if drivers are going a certain speed, which gives a bit of incentive when it comes to obeying the speed limit.