I’m a sucker for a good piano ballad, especially because you don’t hear them quite as often on the radio anymore. So if you’re in the mood for something a little more subdued in tempo but still full of emotion over the sound of the good ol’ black & whites, then I think you’ll enjoy this round up. The first few girls in particular killed it.
If you’re either a Jessica Sanchez or a Glee fan, then you’d be remiss if you didn’t listen/watch the following. Towards the end of the season, Jessica Sanchez made her appearance on the hit show Glee as the character Frida Romero. She led her school’s team with their performances of “Clarity” and “Wings”. You know what? The kid killed it with ease.
In my opinion, Rihanna’s “Stay” is one of her better songs to be released. It looks like I’m not alone with this notion because we have a total of 11 Youtube videos of artists who chose to cover the tune. That being said, the majority chose to go the same route as the original, sticking to a simple piano backdrop or even the same instrumental. But there are a couple unique gems in there that I think you’ll enjoy.
Happy Friday, everyone! Can you remember online entertainment before Vevo? Before Youtube? Before Facebook? Before Myspace? If you were one of those folks who passed around funny videos via AIM file transfer and Kazaa through your creaky dial-up modem, then you just … Continue reading →
Happy Monday to you all! Even if it’s not, maybe these global covers will help the first day of the workweek go by just a little smoother. We’ve got a pair of songs by Jason Chen & Esna, along with one from Nylon Pink and Inch Chua to round it all out. Those with international tastes just may know a song of two from this round-up, and if so, tell us what you think of these artist’s renditions.
Jason Chen x Kimberley Chen Mash Up “I Love You” by Che’nelle & “Regular Friends” by David Tao
Nylon Pink x Scotty the Kid Remix “Monster” by Big Bang
Esna Yoon Covers “첫사랑 (First Love)” by Donghae of Super Junior
Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience has been doing tremendously well in terms of sales, so it’s no surprise to see an influx of covers from his new album. And the best part about the following covers is that nearly every artist killed iton their covers and remixes, adding their own unique flavor without watering down the original. I highly recommend you check out this round-up batch.
Happy Sunday, everyone. Given the day of the week, I thought it’d be fitting sharing a few covers of our artists expressing aspects of their Faith through song. They cover a number of well known Worship tunes, both old (some very old) and new. Regardless of subject matter, I think we can all appreciate an honest, heartfelt song when we hear one. Well, here’s six.
OK, to be fair, this really isn’t that big a deal. It’s likely the result of a typo of a blogger rushing to get a post up as Game of Thrones is set to air… but I have to admit I was mildly amused at the error. Lily Newman wrote a post on Gizmodo today featuring Jason Yang and his amazing Game of Thrones theme cover, but decided to give him a name change and call him Wang. We get it, mistakes happen, no judgement – it’s just an unfortunate mishap for Jason. I mean, his name is in the friggn Youtube channel (JasonYangViolin)After all, Madonna’s folks got his name right enough to be able to contact him and bring him on tour, that’s gotta count for something right? I imagine Giz will make the correction shortly.
How about some cover music videos to get you through this Thursday? We’ve got them en masse, covering multiple genres by a plethora of artists. All of the following clips are actual music videos set to songs written by other artists but covered but some a-Tunese favorites. Go ahead, click away and enjoy their renditions of the following well known songs.
Corey Vidal x Andrew Huang Remix “As Long As You Like Me” by Justin Bieber