Harvard Key change cover Brandy

I came across this vid, and I think every Brandy fan will appreciate it, and then have a part of them wish Glee would recognize Brandy and have the cast cover her shit. They'd probably f**k it all up, but it'd be exposure. And Brandy's music needs all it can get right now. Peep the video!


Videos like this highlight why exactly Brandy is the absolute shit. Because you see what it took 12 people to do in this video? Brandy did this by herself. "Acapella (Something's missing)" is a complete showcase of why Brandy is in her own lane with the vocal arrangements. Not just any chick could get their head around all of the harmonies and vocal intricacies, but Brandy does so with ease each and every time. If you've heard Brandy's version, be sure to. It's such a great song.

The Harvard key change crew did an amazing job with this song. I especially liked how they all came together for the final refrain. And the lead girl sounded great.

12 comments:

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  2. Makes me want to listen to the original.

    *completely off topic*

    Have you ever thought the line "I'm in a dark room in a bad position" was a secretly dirty line? lol

    *back on topic*

    That girl has a really nice voice. My favorite part of that song has always been the bridge "Feels like I'm leaving something behind...", and they did a really nice job with it. Also loved the ending.

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  3. "Have you ever thought the line "I'm in a dark room in a bad position" was a secretly dirty line? lol"

    Not until you mentioned it. Then again, this is you we're dealing with. Always try'na turn this into some say-ex.

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  4. Bwahaha! I've always thought that. You have to admit, it could certainly be taken that way, lol.

    "say-ex"...I certainly hope I don't sound that way, LOL!

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  5. It's the 'drowl' with the Arkansas twang Junlee. The 'drowl' with the Arkansas twang.

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  6. Whenever I get the time and money to come to the UK, people are going to look at me like I'm "special" everytime I open my mouth. -_-

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  7. Don't flatter yo'self Vanille. The UK has a mix of people with a shit load of different accents, and every show on TV over here is American anyway. Your 'drowl' with the Arkansas twang won't be a damn thing :) Especially if you're out and about in Central London :D

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  8. I meant "special" as in slow. -_-

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  9. This is the UK Junlee. We have our fair share of slow folk and slow moments, so I think you'll be okay.

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  10. But I'll still look in your face like you're slow and make you feel a little bit rubbish though :)

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  11. I'm sure you would, lol! As if your strategy for beating that FFXIII boss didn't make me feel rubbish enough. ;)

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