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.
Towards the end of January, Jasmine Villegas released her latest single and music video – “Paint a Smile“. Rather than let the song fade away completely, she’s chosen to unveil a new remix of the track courtesy of Spaceplant. The new rendition has a different feel from the original, going in more of an EDM direction. Stream it via Youtube or you can download this remix for free, here.
Former kid star, Jasmine Villegas, has leaked another song from the vault called “Breathe Your Love”. It’s not exactly a new official single, but she’s sharing it with the world in conjunction with Valentine’s Day. The song is produced by K Roosevelt and you can download the mid-tempo ballad for free via Hulkshare, here.
Today brings us a new single and accompanying music video from Jasmine Villegas for the tune, “Paint a Smile”. The mid-tempo Pop track is an uplifting song of persevering through emotional and relational struggles – expected subject matter for a 19 year old. You can watch the music video below and pick up the single for your collection at the following retailers.
How about some R&B tunage to close out your weekend/start off the work week? Tonight’s collection of covers and remixes are all centered around the R&B genre and we’re kicking it off with another extraordinary song by The Runs. There’s a lot to like here, so be sure to sit back and enjoy these heartfelt songs. Everyone can use a little more R&B in their lives.
Ok, we have a lot of covers in this round-up so I won’t waste your time, cause you’ll need a lot of it to get through the 19 that are here. Acoustic covers via Youtube videos by a-Tunes artists. That is all. Enjoy.
The three songs that compose this round-up have been staples of Top 40 radio for the last several month, to the point where I can hardly to stand to hear the original anymore. You may very well be over saturated on “Somebody I Used to Know” by Gotye, “Payphone” by Maroon 5, and “Wide Awake” by Katy Perry, but it makes it less tedious to hear when some of our artists put their own spin on the tracks. We’ve picked out one favorite from each song covered, while you can the rest after the break.
For Jasmine Villegas‘ latest single, the young adult chose to debut her song via MTV’s Buzzworthy. “Didn’t Mean It” is her dedication to a topic that hits close to home for her, domestic/relational abuse. Jasmine states that she had the misfortune of being in a tumultuous and abusive relationship, and this song is meant to empower women who have been, or may still be in those shoes. You can read more over at MTV, and check out the MV below.
Filipina/Mexican singer/actress Jasmine Villegas recently chatted it up with MYX TV, where they discuss a lot of topics regarding the young adult’s life and career thus far. You get a preview of her upcoming MV, “Didn’t Mean It” along with a live performance of her song “Just a Friend”. Fun fact: Manny Pacquiao manages her in the Philippines!
Myx Tv sat down with 18-year-old songstress Jasmine Villegas to discuss everything from getting her start and being homeschooled to singing the national anthems at boxing matches and being an advocate for anti-bullying. Learn more about childhood friends Jessica Sanchez and Thia Megia in addition to her early acting role with Justin Bieber. Truly an exclusive, this MyxClusive also premieres a teaser for her upcoming music video, “Didn’t Mean It” and includes an in-studio performance of her hit song, “Just a Friend”.
“So Silly” has already been floating around the net for a year now, but Jasmine V has posted up some In-Studio footage of the recording of the song featuring Tyga. From the sound of it, the track is a pretty decent Pop/R&B song that wouldn’t be out of place on the radio. Jasmine has hinted at the possibility of a music video for the song – potentially giving it that extra promotional push.