Twenty One Pilots Covered In Twenty One Different Ways!

Well, well, well… here we are at another #CoverWednesday. I’m parker and every Wednesday I share some of the coolest covers of hot songs or by major artists. And this week, TWENTY ØNE PILØTSHeathens got the 10 Second Songs treatment!

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The TSO Is Down With Drizzy

Every week I like to feature some of the biggest covers of the week on my facebook and twitter pages with the hashtag #CoverWednesday – and this one is epic.

drake feeling himself

This week, The Toronto Symphony Orchestra showed some love to their hometown boy, Drake, when they covered his track ‘Know Yourself’

Don’t let anybody tell you classical music is all in the past, guys.

If you’re a fan of covers, then you’ll love Slacker’s new Covered station! Check it out and let me know what you think!

Has T-Pain Been Hiding A Secret This Whole Time?

Has T-Pain been hiding a secret the entire time we’ve known him? The secret… that he can totally sing without autotune? The answer is apparently YES. He came out as an actual singer at Monday night’s LA Dodgers game where he sang the National Anthem.


Imagine being in your seat, ready to watch the game, and being informed that The Star Spangled Banner would be sung by T-Pain. Wouldn’t you have been like “oh no!” just a little?

And then you get hit with this.

OK, so this isn’t actually the first time we’ve heard T-Pain show off his natural voice. He also did an impressive tiny desk concert for NPR last fall. But this is certainly the first time he’s really grabbed our attention. Looks like all that autotune was just a stylistic choice?

While we’re on the subject of the Star Spangled Banner, just think about this:

T-Pain is hard at work on a new album, Stoicville, which should drop soon. Until then, hear all of Today’s Hits on Slacker!