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  3. How a professional artist reacts to an excited crowd

     

  4. Oh my we are giggling here

     
     


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  6. Tired of trying to imagine what it would be like if Bonnie Tyler’s classic ’80s power ballad “Total Eclipse of the Heart” were sung by 19 other divas, including Adele, Cher, Barbra Streisand, Britney Spears, Kristin Chenoweth, and Julie Andrews?

     


  7. Oh man… I really can’t decide. What do our followers think?

     

  8. Head on over to PureSolo to take part in our summer promo and win free songs to record!

     


  9. Personally, I think charging to meet fans is a terrible idea but then there’s a part of me that would pay to meet some of my musical heroes given the chance… a double edged sword! 

     


  10. A sad, sad day.

     

  11. Mos Def - Quiet Dog (Live On Letterman, 2009)

    Just rediscovered this incredible live version of Quiet Dog by Mos Def performed on David Letterman in 2009. The way he keeps time and his flow in perfect rhythm is mind blowing.

    Could you do better? Try out for yourself over at Art Of Rap, powered by PureSolo.

     
     

  12. Jay Z - Picasso Baby

    This is some next level shit. 

    Stay tuned for more at Urban By PureSolo.

     
     

  13. Pogo - Alice

    Pogo uses soundbites and bits of dialogue he finds interesting and unique to fashion together beautifully ethereal songs that enjoy a variety of different genres each coming together. It’s fascinating to see how simple sound can be interpreted and made into music.

     
     

  14. Capital Children’s Choir - Untrust Us (Originally by Crystal Castles)

    This is a great example of how a cover song can often be taken to a whole new dimension just by a bit of unique creative thinking.

     
     

  15. jungleindierock:

    AlunaGeorge - La La La in the Radio 1 Live Lounge

    AlunaGeorge perform their version of Naughty Boy’s La La La feat Sam Smith in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge for Sara Cox

    You can record your own version of Naughty Boy’s La La La and AlunaGeorge’s own songs over at PureSolo. Try it out just for a laugh!