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Super Bowl 2011 Halftime Show & Christina Aguilera National Anthem Mess Up/ Kama on Mixture of Arts

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At the super bowl XML (2011) two shocking things happened. Christina Aguilera national anthem mess up and the Super Bowl 2011 half time show. According To:businessinsider.com The biggest moment any singer can ask for: "The Star Spangled Banner" at the Super Bowl. And Christina Aguilera messed up the lyrics. At about 51 seconds in, as she was about to sing the fourth line ("O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming"), she accidentally sang a hybrid of the second line: "What so proudly we watched, at the twilight's last streaming." Like a professional, she seemed to know that she messed up, but kept going to the end. Also, Black Eyes Peas and Usher performance were great extremely entertaining. And who's the white chick singing with Back Eye Peas? Also,feature guest Kama on Mixture of Arts: Born in Toronto, Canada, KAMA spent much of his youth in both his native land of Trinidad as well as in Toronto, more specifically, the west side: Oakwood & Vaughan, Jane & Finch, Rexdale and Jungle. In 2003, a flood of projects followed for this ever so versatile individual. Amidst of all the excitement and much figured disarray, KAMA had managed to star in a documentary directed by critically acclaimed director David Cropper, in his debut film dubbed, “What it Takes”. This film was part of the 2003 Reel World Canadian Film Festival and star icons such as Russell Simmons, P. Diddy, G-Dep, and the legendary Doug E. Fresh. His next single “MESSIN’ WIT ME” and INDEPENDENCE DAY” were released in the Fall of 2003 and featured a double video that hit Much Vibe and MTV2 in November 2003. CHAPTER 1? are both complete. KAMA’S next project and greatest written work to date, “BALANCE” is currently going into production. call in at 718-664-6543