Enjoy the Health Ranger’s Top FIVE Most Inspiring Music Videos!
Over the last decade, I’ve written, recorded and produced 16 songs and music videos covering everything from mass awakening to the TSA’s abuse of travelers (“Don’t Touch My Junk“).
Click here for all my downloadable songs and music videos, spanning a wide range of musical styles, including rap, country western, pop fusion and more.
As a child, I began playing keyboards at age five, then picked up percussion at six. Through my college years, I studied musical theory, live performance and sound design for the stage. Although I never tried to pursue music as a career, I’ve always found it extremely rewarding to write and record songs for Natural News fans.
Over the years, I’ve done several comedy songs such as Burnin’ It Up, Vaccine Zombie, Workin’ for Ebola and I Want My Bailout Money (written about the 2008 bankster bailout). I still have several unpublished songs that aren’t quite complete, including, “It’s My Life,” “Holding On,” and “Life Is Good.”
But the songs that bring me the most joy to share with you are the following inspirational songs about consciousness, mass awakening and honoring the individual spirit.
Here are my top five inspirational songs and music videos. Click here for all my music. Enjoy!
Revolution of the Heart
Written in 2014, this song is about mass awakening and why the next revolution for human society needs to take place in the realm of the spirit.
Written just last year, this Country Western-style song speaks about how the people of the world have awakened to the corruption and criminality of the global elite… and why being “wide awake” will move us toward the next great revolution for humanity.
Written in 2010 and recorded in 2011, this pop fusion song is intended to inspire people to realize they can make it through anything and come out okay!
Also written last year, this rap-style song encourages people to be true to themselves and express their individual creativity. Don’t be a sheeple!
Dumb and Lazy (parody of Call Me Maybe)
Okay, so maybe this isn’t “inspirational” like the other music videos, but it’s hilarious. I wrote this in 2012, yet it’s even more applicable today than when I first posted it!