About a month ago, we announced that Megan Lee had officially signed with Kim Tae Woo’s (of KPOP’s g.o.d. fame) label, Soulshop Entertainment. One such project to come out of that partnership is her feature on Kim Tae Woo’s single, “오빠 (Oppa)”. A music video was recently released for the song, and though it’s a bit on the low-budget side, it’s a silly and fun watch to promote a breezy and laid-back tune.
Huge news for the teenage Youtube singer, Megan Lee. After spending much of the past couple years in South Korea, away from her home in Southern California, it has been announced that she has officially signed with Soulshop Entertainment. The label is headed by Kim Tae Woo, the former lead vocal to the KPOP group G.O.D. Megan has been hard at work in trying to breakthrough over there, and this is a huge step in the right direction for her. Congratulations, Megan!
We hope you all have had a great Christmas day/evening so far! Here are the last of the Christmas themed covers and remixes! Perhaps a few will trickle in here and there but this will be surely close to the last of it. We hope you are staying warm and surrounded by your loved ones this holiday season.
We’re going to let the fairer sex have the spotlight today. The following collection of covers are all done by female artists who are completely unaccompanied. The genres range from Pop to Acoustic to R&B to CCM. I’m sure you’ll find something you’ll enjoy jamming and singing along to.
Here are 8 new covers for your Friday to kick start your weekend. As you can tell by the title, only cover music videos are included in this batch. In other words, every video in this round-up are not live covers but rather songs that were pre-recorded and then used to make a music video with above average production values. The only quasi odd video out is a dance number by Jay Park. Enjoy!
Jay Park x Haw (Prepix) Dance to “Get It Shawty” by Lloyd
Sam Tsui x Kevin Olusola x Kurt Schneider Cover “One More Night” by Maroon 5
Legaci x Rockus Cover “Titanium” by David Guetta x Sia
We present a little international flavor for you this late evening/early morning. All of these songs are originally song by artists around the world, with the exception of one North American Pop hit that was remade into Chinese. So we hope you enjoy your aural trip around the world with these 8 covers/remixes! (And yes, some “Gangnam Style” remixes are in here too… much to the chagrin of yours truly)
Dawen Sings a Chinese Rendition of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen
Today’s round-up is a collection of covers and remixes of three of the biggest names in radio in 2012, Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen and One Direction. You’ve undoubtedly heard most of these songs, especially since they’ve been nearly impossible to escape. Our artists have put their own spin on it, and we’ve pulled one video from each batch, below. After the break you can find the rest, grouped by original artist.
Hope you bulked up on those Rosetta Stone language packs because we’re about to take things international with this series of covers on Youtube. This batch runs predominantly Chinese, with a couple Korean songs thrown in to round out this compilation. As expected, there are a few multiple entries from some of the artists since they do tend to make use of their multi-lingual skills more than others.
Jason Chen x Sharon Kwan Cover “珊瑚海” by Jay Chou x Lara
How about we start off the week with a new cover round-up? Here’s a dozen video clips that feature artists in their second home, the studio. Now, the recording equipment isn’t necessarily used in all the clips, but at the very least, they are present as props. I know, it’s a loose requirement, but it makes grouping together these vids a little easier when we have a little structure. Have fun with this group!
Jeremy Passion x Andrew Garcia Cover “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton
Teenage singer Megan Lee has found herself on her first KPOP song, singing the chorus on a rap song by Woo Yeon-Suk (of Click-B fame) & Hyuk Sung. The collaboration utilizes her talents in her native English tongue while the other two artists rap in Korean. It’s a decent mid-tempo Hip-Hop tune, and you can stream it via the Youtube clip, below.