This Cover Of "Electric Lady" By The Skidmore Dynamics Is One Addictive Neo-Soul Jam
No music touches the soul quite like "soul" music.
And the Skidmore Dynamics show us exactly why with their cover of Janelle Monae's "Electric Lady."
I mean, come on, what's not to love about this performance? The Skidmore Dynamics need literally nothing more than a small space for them to serve up some close harmonies and funky vibes. And their selection of Monae's uptempo, neo-soul track is an obvious no-brainer for the apparent talent the coed vocal ensemble possesses.
From the jump, the Skidmore Dynamics ride a groove that feels tailor made for them with short, energized vocals that will have you feeling that you're passing by the most happening NYC street corner back in the 90s. Each buildup to the chorus feels special, convincing you that the group is eager to have you vibin with what they're dishing out.
And both leads are exceptional! Whether it's Leigh Tooker hitting you with powerful runs or Dante Delemos flowing with confidence and swagger, you'll be hooked.
This performance is sure to ignite your Monday.