1. “Versace On The Floor” Covered by Kane Brown
Kane Brown put his sensuous spin on Bruno Mars’ “Versace On The Floor,” recorded at Spotify Studios NYC for Spotify’s Spotify Singles. The flirtatious track invites Brown to guise a softer, more risquè version of himself—a side that the ladies absolutely love.
2. “Happier” Covered by Keith Urban
Keith Urban debuts a number of pop covers on his Instagram account, the most recent being from Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. Urban also participated in Spotify Singles and released a cover of Marshmellow’s “Happier.”
“The first time I heard “Happier,” it spoke to me lyrically,” Keith told Nash Country Daily. Underneath that badass track, there’s an incredible story of emotional conflict being told. I could really relate to it and so I set about trying to frame that it my own way.”
3. “Complicated” Covered by James Barker Band
James Barker Band sure knows how to satisfy lovers of the early 2000 pop scene. The band has also covered Camila Cabello’s “Never Be The Same.”
4. “Lost in Japan” Covered by Kelsea Ballerini
Kelsea Ballerini added her dreamlike, organic flare to Shawn Mendes’ “Lost In Japan” for Spotify Singles. The honeyed ambiance is drifted throughout the duration of the song allowing Ballerini to showcase her range and ability to cover anything.
5. “If I Were A Boy” Covered by Reba
Reba’s countrified version of Beyoncé’s “If I Were A Boy” is featured on the singer’s All The Women I Am. The country singer debuted this cover on Unplugged on CMT in 2010 and later released it on her record.
6. “Thinking Out Loud” Covered by Dylan Scott
Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” is seen in a whole new light with Dylan Scott’s rendition. Scott released an acoustic, piano, black-and-white video of him covering the song, which went viral.
7. “Million Reasons” Covered by Dan + Shay
Dan + Shay is every reason why you should listen to their cover of Lady Gaga’s “Million Reasons.” The country duo takes you to church with their powerful delivery.
8. “Not Over You” Covered by Brett Young
Brett Young has included Gavin DeGraw’s “Not Over You” in his setlist the last few years, and recently, has developed a budding friendship with the singer. The pair has since written and released a song together titled “Chapters.”