To commemorate the recent 70th anniversary of Bob Marley’s birth, the guys from Reggaeville put together this wonderful a capella arrangement of the classic Could You Be Loved. Guaranteed to make you bob your head.
Jimmy Fallon and the Roots join an all-star lineup of vocalists including Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Ariana Grande, Sam Smith, Meghan Trainor, One Direction, Usher and the mighty Christina Aguilera to sing the Queen classic.
Multitalented musician Jacob Collier does a brilliant a capella rendition of this Stevie Wonder classic, with multi-layered harmonies and beatboxing. And just when you think he’s done, he whips out the musical instruments. More here.
Smooth McGroove’s latest is one of the catchiest video game tracks of all time – the Overworld theme from Super Mario Bros. 2. Seriously, when will they start using this guy for actual game soundtracks? Bubba dubba dubba doo bop bop…
South Korea’s Inhyeok Yeo cranks out a funk-filled rendition of Stevie Wonder’s classic Higher Ground using nothing other than his voice and a multi-track recorder. Be sure to check out more of his covers on his YouTube channel.
Trust us when we say that you won’t be able to get the tune out of your head for hours after listening to this groovalicious video game track from Smooth McGroove – the classic Overworld Theme from Nintendo’s Super Mario World.
An impressive and rousing a capella rendition of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Can’t Hold Us by The Sing-Off season three winners Pentatonix. Dare we say it, we might actually like it better than the original, and that’s a tall order.
How could you not love a guy named Smooth McGroove? Especially when he sings all of the parts of the theme song to the first level of Sonic the Hedgehog A Capella. Dr. Robotnik would be so proud. Chemical Plant Zonehere.