Nelly Furtado has fallen off the radar in the last few years. Her last album of new material in English, the platinum-selling Loose, came out in the year 2 B.G. (Before Gaga), known outside of pop circles as 2006. Since then she released a Spanish-language album and, that perennial favorite of the artist trying to fill time or fulfill a contract, a greatest-hits album.
Sydney-based laptop artist Whyte Fang hasn’t forgotten the Canadian pop songstress though. She recently released a version of Furtado’s “Say It Right,” taking a less beat-heavy approach to the song. Instead she crafts a sumptuous background of arpeggiated keyboard tones to support her echo-laden vocal. Listen to the track below.
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