Britney Spears randomly a uploaded a few hours ago a video of her singing a few seconds of Frank Sinatra’s legendary song “New York, New York” acapella from her home on Instagram. Why? She simply wrote: “Who doesn’t love Sinatra??”. And truth is, she’s right. We all love Sinatra and there’s really no necessity of giving a reason of why recording a cover of one of his classics any day you want. Britney recorded her short cover using a face filter that also had a helium-esque effect applied to her vocals. And I was like: “this is so upsetting because it would have rocked to hear Britney’s true vocals singing Frank Sinatra”. And you know what? My prayers were heard. A Britney Spears fan then edited the video the princess of pop uploaded and managed to remove that helium effect so we could hear Britney in her true glory.
TRUE VOCALS VERSION
She sounded so good, y’all. I’m such a fan of LIVENEY. Are you too?
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