American singer Chris Mann has released a new parody entitled I Call My Friends on Zoom. It's a reference to Taylor Swift's Look What You Made Me Do. The song tells the story of a guy who didn't let a pandemic stop his social and went to Zoom to keep in touch with friends. The music is … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Chris Mann – I Call My Friends on Zoom
South African singer The Kiffness has a new parody out entitled Do You Believe in Life After Lockdown. It's a reference to Cher's 90s hit Believe. The music is Pop. The song has the same composition as the original version, as well as start the same way. The beat has a nostalgic feel, especially with the disco sound … Continue reading Single Saturdays: The Kiffness – Do You Believe in Life After Lockdown?
British Popstar Mark Read has a new single entitled Where Were You (When The World Stopped). It's a song that is about reflection during the COVID-19 pandemic. The music is Brit-Pop. Mark Read composed the single Where Were You. It's a ballad with a beautiful composition and a soothing rhythm. The "stop-effect"/tap adds a lovely touch to … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Mark Read-Where Were You (When the World Stopped)
Canadian and Québécoise singer Ginette Reno has released a new single entitled Ça Va Bien Aller (It's going to be okay). The song is about remaining hopeful during a pandemic, in this the COVID-19 one. The music is French Pop with some classical music. The rhythm is uplifting and soothing that brings calm in a difficult time. … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Ginette Reno – Ça va bien aller
A talented group of Francophone artists have released a single entitled Une Chance Qu'on S'a (Good thing we have one another). It's a love song that is about being there for another, performed originally by Jean-Pierre Ferland. The single came out to raise funds for the organizations Une Chance Qu'on S'a (fighting COVID-19), Les Petits Frères, and SOS … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Various Artists- Une chance qu’on s’a