Liam Payne, Shawn Mendes And More Cover Your Fave SongsPosted on November 6, 2017
You have to hear every single one of these.
It’s pretty great when your favourite artist covers your other fave’s song, isn’t it? Since Liam Payne did a stripped back version of Pink’s “What About Us” we’ve compiled this master list of the best covers your faves have done of their most loved songs.
Liam Payne Covers “What About Us” by Pink
Not only did Liam give an unreal performance of his latest single “Bedroom Floor”, he also treated us to this stripped back version of Pink’s “What About Us”.
Niall Horan Covers “Issues” by Julia Michaels
This cover is seriously going to be on repeat.
The Vamps Cover “Sorry” by Justin Bieber
Now all we need is a The Vamps and Justin Bieber collab.
Halsey Covers “Juicy” by Notorious B.I.G.
In potentially one of the most unlikely of pairings, Halsey absolutely nails this B.I.G. cover.
Alessia Cara Covers “Stitches by Shawn Mendes
5 Seconds of Summer Covers “Teenage Dream” by Katy Perry
This 5SOS cover isn’t just the stuff teenage dreams are made of, it’s pretty safe to say everyone can appreciate this one.
Lady Gaga Covers “Imagine” by John Lennon
Well, this is pretty fantastic, isn’t it?
Ellie Goulding Covers “Take Me To Church” by Hozier
Ellie seriously took this one and made it all her own.
Ariana Grande Covers “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston
Of course Ariana Grande would take on a Whitney Houston song and absolutely deliver.
Lorde Covers “Don’t Tell ‘Em” by Jeremih
It’s final. Everything Lorde does is golden.
Shawn Mendes Covers “Fake Love” by Drake
Seriously, Shawn singing a Drake song is something you didn’t even realise you needed in your life until it happened.
Shawn Mendes Covers “Summertime Sadness” by Lana Del Rey
It may be a flashback, but there’s no denying Shawn’s cover of this Lana Del Rey anthem is perfect.
Jay Z Covers “Wonderwall” by Oasis
Talk about a throwback! How great is Jay-Z’s cover of this classic at Glastonbury?
What a playlist. What’s your favourite cover from this list? Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments below or send us a tweet @umusic.