Discussion in 'Pop' started by Pipo, Jun 28, 2019.
oh well you can NEVER get it wrong with that song
It's not bad. But her voice deserves better than a generic House beat.
I properly love this! If it catches on I think it could be huge
yes this is really brilliant, four years ago would've been a surefire UK #1 - I think it could smash
What's the story with this - when did she record it?
This is brilliant
Snatching from beyond
For I’m Your Baby Tonight, but it was ditched as they didn’t want her to be a covers artist - and presumably it wasn’t R&B enough. It was released as a bonus track in Japan, though.
I kind of love the idea of using lesser Whitney vocals to create “new” music.
This is alright, but it needs a big crescendo bit which it doesn’t quite have- the vocals do, but the music doesn’t match it. But that’s perhaps me rather than the youth of today.
Lovely if it was a smash though
I properly love the original Steve Winwood song I never knew the story behind this cover until I looked it up on Wikipedia
I'm all for a Kygo album full of bops by singers from BEYOND THE GRAVE
Fancy ripping off CHAKA AGAIN from BEYOND THE GRAVE. DISGRACE
i adore chaka's backing vocals on the original which i have to say surprisingly seems to be pretty highly regarded amongst my (younger) friends.
not completely sure how i feel about this cover at all but for now i'll say it's all, sadly, very hologram tour.
Cuz you know none of them would've even spat in his direction if they were still alive.
Oooh I do like this.
Does Kygo still get hits?
Briefly got Kygo mixed up with Avicii and thought goodness DOUBLE POSTHUMOUS is a bit much
Whitney back in the UK singles charts at #36.
Imagine where it would have peaked if she could do BBC Breakfast
She's on this Monday.
Don't worry with streaming you can have a hit AFTER release week!!
#2 on UK iTunes and climbing on Spotify (#40 I think)
The Love Island effect
Radio 2 playlist too. Seems to be gathering momentum.
Is it anywhere on streaming or the official charts
Up to #26 on the main charts.