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We last saw Alex Boyé when he was fronting my most favorite cover of “Let it Go” from Disney’s Frozen. You know, the one that featured African beats and the very talented vocals of 11 year-old Lexi Walker. Well, Boyé … Continue reading
A capella group VoicePlay has released a video for their cover of “Once Upon a Dream,” in the style of Lana Del Dey’s take from Disney’s Maleficent movie. You’re encouraged to watch in HD and listen with your headphones on … Continue reading
Musicians will tell you that the mark of a good song is one that can be reinterpreted in another style and still hold a listener’s interest. To prove that point, Scott Bradlee and the PostModern Jukebox has reinterpreted several classic … Continue reading
The answer is super bad, but not for the reasons you think. The voices used aren’t bad whatsoever (the inclusion of the adults was fantastic, in my opinion). As I mentioned in my previous article on the topic, the older … Continue reading