There’s a section of covers that’s being underutilized by our favorite artists.
Many classic blues songs would sound heavenly through the voices of the new stock of R&B talent that has emerged. Here’s a few cover my over active imagination would like to manifest.
Jorja Smith over “I Fall In Love Too Easily” by Chet Baker
Imagine Jorja silky smooth voice accompanied with the warm sounds of a trumpet.
Ty$ over “Howlin For My Darling” by Howlin’ Wolf
Something old school cool about crying out to a woman with a guitar in hand.
Gary Clark Jr. over “Thrill Is Gone” by B.B. King
Anderson Paak over “My Babe” by Lil Walter
Both artist are cold as a polar bears toe nails and slightly disrespectful.
D.R.A.M. over Bo Diddley – Pretty Thing
With tunes such as “Cute” and “Cash Machine”, Big Baby would be the perfect fit to recreated some of Bo Diddley’s more playful records.