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Video of the WeeK: Ezinne Asinugo of CEO Dancers Covers Awilo Longomba’s “BUNDELELE”

Ezinne Asinugo, a London-based Choreographer of CEO Dancers, grooves in the streets as she covers Awilo Longomba’s “BUNDELELE. Her spin on African and Hip-Hop dance matches the song perfectly.

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Must Watch: Kendra Morris Covers Rolling Stone’s ‘Miss You’

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Kendra Morris helps a few mature women get their sexy back in the visual for her rendition of the Rolling Stones’, “Miss You.” Her take on the classic track will have your feet tapping no doubt, but you must listen to her entire cover album, Mockingbird. Track after track is repeat worthy. Especially tracks such as, “Space Oddity” by David Bowie and “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” by Pink Floyd.

Mockingbird is out July 30th via Wax Poetics Records, and is now streaming on KCRW.com. .

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Remix Wednesday: Jeni’s Wildfire (Originally by SBTRKT ft. Little Dragon, remixed by Drake)

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We are launching a new feature here at The Pearl Mic called Remix Wednesdays. We will highlight talented ladies who covers or remake a song; or as we like to say, flip good songs to their liking; making it their own. We decided to kick off RW with Jeni (Jenny Suk), a singer/composer who remixed SBTRKT’s “Wildfire” featuring Little Dragon & Drake. In the video, Jeni remakes the beat from scratch, and covers Little Dragon and Drake’s verses pretty good.

Listen to the original:

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{Video} Elli Ingram Remixes Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice”

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British singer-songwriter, Elli Ingram, gives us a soulful take on Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice.” The track was originally sampled from Janet Jackson’s steamy chart-topper, “Any Time, Any Place.” However, Elli does a great job of blending both songs and making it one blazing track.

Source: Necole Bitchie
Image from Elli Ingram’s Facebook
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Joss Stone’s Beautiful Acoustic Performance for ‘You Can Tell Me Goodbye’


Joss Stone’s acoustic performance for the’60s song “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye,” from her latest album, The Soul Sessions Vol 2 is quite moving. The United Kingdom soulstress sounds crisp and clear, showcasing just how beautiful her voice is.

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Tanya Lacey Covers Mary J. Blige’s No More Drama


Soul Culture caught up with Bristol, UK singer-songwriter, Tanya Lacey, for their inspiredBy series. In the video we find out why she is inspired by one of R&B’s game changers, Mary J. Blige, plus she performs a live cover of Bilge’s uplifting record, “No More Drama.” Check it out.


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