Dezember 2, 2014 Videos 23 Kommentare Get the MP3 httpmsclvr.cohb0Qzj See us on tour this week httptickets.turnupgrouppostmodernjukebox Pre order our Xmas album httppledgemu. Via calvin harriscongaslatinmamboremixspanishsummervintageShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmail Dieser Beitrag hat 23 Kommentare Nice.. Antworten Dejen de ser tan cabrones y excluyentes con el español de Robin. Tiene un acento marcado pero su pronunciación es aceptable y se entiende. Disfruten la música! Antworten jejej pero si también canta en español jejejeje que bueno!!! me encanta!!! hahahaha but if also he sings in Spanish jejejeje that good!!! I love it!!! Antworten As a bilingual and living in Mexico i think she did a pretty good job in the spanish parts, it reminded me a little of mexican american artist Selena Quintanilla and a bit of a tone of mexican rock singer Alejandra Guzman, and also a tone of spanish or south american accent in some parts, I dont know if the artist here speaks spanish, but those are my thoughts Antworten Antworten Love your arrangements, but I don’t like Robyn’s voice, sorry Antworten I love all your covers…. This one I hate, extremely generic, it doesn’t represent any Vintage Latin genre, the translation is really really really reeeeeally bad, it’s obvious you didn’t get an actual Spanish speaker person to translate the lyrics. The translation is very literal and it doesn’t make sense lyrically or musically. I’m not offended (like some other people commenting) but I think if you care enough to do a Latin version you should get some real Latinos to translate and sing the songs. 1/10 Terrible almost insulting to my culture. Antworten I think a jazz cover of Crazy by: Gnarls Barkley would be cool Antworten WTF why did you do this with Robyn and not your normal Latin singer? Antworten Aside from this amazing cover: Am I the only one who thinks the shoes don’t fit the dress? 😀 Why does it bother me so much.. I can’t look anywhere else :D Antworten I would still like to hear Robyn sing ‚Santa Baby‘ for you PMJ Christmas Album, and hear Scott do some versions of ‚Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas‘, and have the whole PMJ gang do ‚Grandma Got Ran Over By A Reindeer.’ Antworten As usual I love the music, but Robyn needs a new dance. Don’t change your voice, just your dance. Shake things up a bit so it doesn’t get stale. Same dance every video. Antworten wow, I love the drumset! Allen is rocking the drums! Antworten When I jam with my rock band I can never hear myself singing over the drums and distorted guitars because it’s so loud no matter how loud I sing/turn up the mic any advice? Antworten Wait you guys should do chandelier !!!!!!!!!!……plz ? Antworten seriously. how many languages can this lady speak? xD wow Antworten i get back from watching them play in NYC and now this is on the day after????? Antworten I am slightly disappointed that this isnt "in summer" from frozen Antworten That’s new. I like how she sung part of the song in spanish. Does anyone know the spanish lyrics? lolol Antworten Love spanish themes, just wish you’d have someone who is a native spanish speaker translate them because they sound weird :P Antworten This would be soo much better if you guys actually used a clave, any clave. The congas sounds like he going for a 2:3 clave, but the piano and drumset weren’t doing him any favors. It’s great nonetheless, but I would’ve swooned like a tween if there was a clave of sorts. Antworten That drum break tho. Antworten New Video!! Sorry it’s a little late- we were busy playing a show…check out our Latin-style remake of Calvin Harris‘ "Summer," featuring Robyn Adele Anderson on vocals! See us on tour RIGHT NOW – tix: http://tickets.turnupgroup.com/postmodernjukebox Antworten Schreibe einen Kommentar Antwort auf Kommentar entfernen Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind mit * markiert.Name * E-Mail * Website Kommentar Ich akzeptiere ich die Datenschutzbedingungen und bin damit einverstanden, dass die abgesendeten Daten entsprechend Ihres Zwecks elektronisch gespeichert und verarbeitet werden.