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GoldLink Covers Outkast's "Roses" In Impressive Live Video [Watch]

GoldLink OutKast Cover

GoldLink, who is behind recent collaborations such as “Boo You Know” with Falcons and “Let’s Go” with Khalid, has covered Outkast’s legendary song “Roses” on BBC Radio 1 and it is everything one could hope for. A frequent TSIS favorite, GoldLink released his debut album titled At What Cost this past march and since has become one of the hottest growing hip-hop artists in the game. He is an incredibly versatile artist, able to modify his voice to fit the theme of any song as he exhibits in this cover.

The cover definitely does the original justice, keeping the integrity but making the GoldLink touch inevitable. He sings the song incredibly well, showing to viewers that he is more than just a rapper, but rather a skilled vocalist and artist. The cover is, for the most part, the same as the original. However, receives an original verse from Hare Squead, who have worked with GoldLink in the past on tracks such as “Herside Story”. Enjoy!

 

Watch Chance The Rapper Cover Outkast & Snoop Dogg At Bonnaroo SuperJam

Chance The Rapper Oukast Snoop Dogg

Every year Bonnaroo hosts a SuperJam bringing together some incredibly talented artists together to do a one-time performance. This year Chance The Rapper was added last minute to the jam and did not disappoint. 

Hey joined the stage to perform covers of Outkast’s “Hey Ya” and the Snoop Dogg & Dr. Dre collaboration “Nuthin But a G Thang” alongside a diverse cast of musicians. Others sharing the stage in the SuperJam include the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Cherub’s Jason Huber, Flint Eastwood, Margo Price, folk trio Jospeh, Nicole Atkins and many more. See videos below and enjoy!

 

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“Outkast’s “Hey Ya” Receives Must Hear Cover From New Brooklyn Artist KAMAU

“Outkast’s “Hey Ya” Receives Must Hear Cover From New Brooklyn Artist KAMAU - Featured Image

It's always a tricky subject when attempting to alter classic songs from musical icons, but Brooklyn based KAMAU has stepped up and done exactly that. He's chosen Outkast's hit "Hey Ya!" and truly re-created it with a full live band, pairing it with a well done video as well.

Layering violins, bass, piano, acapella singing, and more, this cover brings a more soulful feel to the song we all love and has got us wondering more about KAMAU. Channeling his inner Andre 3000, KAMAU’s nails the cover with his soulful singing / rapping hybrid. Check out the video below and enjoy!

KAMAU - Hey Ya [Interpretation] (Prod. Ben Talmi & KAMAU)

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