Chet Faker [does] Blackstreet — MIMFL Cover Songs (Vol. 4)

Volume 4 needs a drum roll. For real.

Cover songs are often a controversial topic among music lovers. I see both sides of the topic, but I myself am very PRO-cover. Inspiration is found in nature, in a kind word, in a thoughtfully penned poem, in the laughter of children. Different things inspire different people at different times, but I think music is universally the most inspirational medium. Musicians who are just starting out hone their craft by learning covers that inspire them, songs originally played by people they admire. I love that! I love the respect and reverence you can hear in a thoughtfully done cover. I especially adore it when a song is reworked and has new life breathed into it. [original source]

No one is more excited than I am about this post. HOLY APOLLO, I adore this cover. I have such a long list of cover songs that I want to share with you, but this just jumped the list. I wasn’t even going to do a cover series post this week, but I can’t keep this to myself a second longer. [This is the first time I’ve posted twice in a DAY, please don’t miss the one I shared this morning: GET CLICK HAPPY]

How amazing is this? C’MON!

Uh-huh, the original.

MIMFL Cover Songs (Vol. 1)

MIMFL Cover Songs (Vol. 2)

MIMFL Cover Songs (Vol. 3)


2 comments on “Chet Faker [does] Blackstreet — MIMFL Cover Songs (Vol. 4)

  1. OOOOO, i thought i don’t know the original so i listened to it first – i did know it.
    OOOOO, the cover is soooo cool – a whole new song, and better at that. much better

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