Let’s all acknowledge right off the bat that this has been done before — the thing where white people very enthusiastically cover a song that is distinctively un-white white in its original conceit. It’s well worn territory. That being said… this is very well done. The girl sells it, the guy sells it, they keep the rhythm. You might not like what these two were trying to accomplish, but you can’t deny that they accomplished it.
Below is Karmin covering Look At Me Now by Chris Brown feat. Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.
See? It’s so much better than a grandmother doing that same thing in a preview for a terrible movie.
Thanks, The High Definite. You are a good blog.