A 2009 hit single by indie/electronic group La Roux, Bulletproof has inspired a slew of samplings/remixes in the Booth and beyond. Today, reader fave (and freestyle series contributor) Jared Evan puts his own spin on the moody dancefloor-scorcher, showcasing his sung and rapped vocal stylings over a self-produced reimagining of the original instrumental. Digging it? Then you can look forward to more fresh and innovative covers on Evan’s unCOVERED project, coming soon.
Written by richard on 07/22/11
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