Electronic Dance Music Covers That Will Get You Moving

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Electronic Dance Music (EDM) has taken the world by storm. And what’s not to love? The genre is all about having fun, letting loose, and dancing your heart out. But what if you’re not a big fan of the club scene? Or maybe you just want to listen to something a little different. That’s where EDM covers come in. These are remixes or covers of popular songs that have been given an EDM twist. And trust us, they will get you

The Best Electronic Dance Music Covers

If you are a fan of electronic dance music, then you know that the genre is always evolving. What was popular a few years ago may not be popular now. That’s why it’s important to keep up with the latest trends. One way to do that is by listening to electronic dance music covers.

“I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston

This soulful ballad was originally written and performed by Dolly Parton, but it was Whitney Houston’s version that really took the world by storm. The song became an instant classic, and has been covered by a number of different artists over the years.

The most recent cover of “I Will Always Love You” that has gotten people moving is by electronic dance music artist, TOKiMONSTA. Her version is a beautiful mix of R&B and electronic music, and has a feeling of nostalgia mixed with modernity.

“Closer” by The Chainsmokers

This electronic dance music cover of “Closer” by The Chainsmokers is sure to get you moving. With a catchy beat and fun lyrics, this song will have you dancing all night long.

“Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran

“Shape of You” is a song by English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. It was released as a digital download on 6 January 2017 as one of the double lead singles from his third studio album ÷ (2017), along with “Castle on the Hill”. The remixes EP was released on 24 February 2017. The song debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, giving Sheeran his seventh UK number one and his first as a solo artist. It also became Sheeran’s first US number-one single and topped the charts in various other countries, including Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

The Worst Electronic Dance Music Covers

There are some pretty terrible electronic dance music covers out there. Here are some of the worst ones that will make you cringe.

“All I Wanna Do” by Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow’s “All I Wanna Do” is one of the most infectious songs of the ’90s, with a chorus that’s impossible not to sing along to. But when it was covered by electronic dance music duo The buckets in 2014, something went very wrong. The track starts off promising enough, with a gentle electric piano melody and Crow’s original vocals. But then, at the 1:15 mark, the beat drops and things go off the rails. The synth line that comes in is grating and obnoxious, and it only gets worse from there. The track is full of misplaced sound effects and cheap-sounding synths, making it one of the worst electronic dance music covers ever made.

“Bitch” by Meredith Brooks

If you’re in the mood for some truly terrible electronic dance music covers, look no further than Meredith Brooks’ “Bitch.” This 1998 track is a prime example of how not to do an EDM cover – it’s slow, plodding, and completely misses the mark on what makes electronic dance music so special.

“I Believe I Can Fly” by R. Kelly

This EDM cover of R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly” is so bad, it’s good. The over-the-top production and cheesy vocals will make you want to get up and dance.

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