With Ariana Grande blowing up the music world, different artists are leaping on the probability to cowl her biggest hits. On Tuesday (Dec. 18), Miley Cyrus took on "No Tears Left to Cry," whereas simply the day earlier than Alessia Cara smashed "Breathin."
While Grande's forthcoming album is bound to encourage much more performers to tackle her music, listed here are a number of the biggest Grande track renditions to this point.
Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson, “No Tears Left to Cry”
Backed by violins, Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson turned “No Tears Left to Cry” acoustic for the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. Cyrus’ sturdy vocals lent the track a recent heat, incomes an “I really like that voice and soul sm” reply from the Sweetener songstress.
Matty Healy and the band put a clean 1975 spin on ‘Thank U, Next” on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge in November. The chill harmony-drenched efficiency was awarded a heart emoji from Grande herself.
Mumford & Sons, “Breathin”
Mumford & Sons additionally confirmed up on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge final month to cowl a Grande track. Their alternative? “Breathin.” Frontman Marcus Mumford’s gritty vocals had been accompanied by a full orchestra and some backing banjo runs.
In 2015, Hozier heated up the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge with an indie rock rendition of “Problem.” The electrical guitar-driven track was dripping with soul.
Years & Years, “No Tears Left to Cry”
British synth-pop band Years & Years hit the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge in July to accentuate Grande’s lead Sweetener single. Frontman Olly Alexander’s falsetto was accompanied by a fab beat and an ethereal, electrified keyboard.
Pentatonix pumped up Grande’s “Problem” with a bit of little bit of their a cappella magic again in 2014. The beat-heavy bop dropped as a part of the group’s PTX pop album.
Aurora, “God Is a Woman”
Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora put a fragile but haunting spell on Grande’s “God is a Woman” for European-based radio station NRK P3. Her voice wandered as she led the efficiency with gentle piano chords.
Postmodern Jukebox, “Side to Side”
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox -- a musical collective identified for placing classic jazz spins on fashionable tunes -- took on “Problem,” “Break Free,” and even "Side to Side" as seen in this clip. While DeAndre Brackensick's 70s soul model makes Grande’s hit virtually unrecognizable, the clean sound packs a punch of its personal.
Set It Off, “Problem”
Rock band Set It Off lined Grande’s “Problem” for compilation album Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6. This high-energy rendition options blaring guitars, swingin’ trumpets and a loopy intense tackle the Iggy Azalea bridge.