Having only just debuted for a short period of a year and a half, MAMAMOO has made a name for themselves for being one of the best groups when it comes to live performances.
They’ve become well-known for being a group with versatility in singing style and impressive vocal range. From funky retro and jazz to R&B, the girls of MAMAMOO can do it all. As such, they have covered many songs on radio shows and singing programs such as Immortal Song.
Here is a compilation of some of their amazing covers of English songs.
This duet cover of John Legend’s song was so beautifully sung, with BUMKEY’s smooth vocals accompanied by MAMAMOO’s amazing harmonization skills.
MAMAMOO’s soulful and jazzy expression will literally suck your soul in, leaving you wanting more.
Maknae Hwasa‘s sexy husky voice covering this classic song unequivocally paints a whole new different color to the sky!
Rihanna’s “Stay” and Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love a Bad Name” are respectively two very contrasting styles of music, and what’s amazing is Hwasa’s ability to pull both of them off, proving her versatility in singing all sorts of genres.
Their rendition of British girl group Stooshe’s debut single “Love Me” will leave you hooked and enamored with their amazing vocals!
MAMAMOO’s leader and main vocal powerhouse, Solar covered Whitney Houston’s classic “I Will Always Love You” and Justin Timberlake’s hit “Sexyback,” where both are of completely different styles, yet her renditions were just pitch perfect. How does one switch from soulful ballad to sexy mode in the snap of the fingers anyway? I guess only Solar knows how!
Lastly, this cover from the popular 2006 Hollywood movie, Dreamgirls, starring powerhouse vocals Beyonce and Jennifer Hudson proves that MAMAMOO has already taken the extra mile to become the Korean Dreamgirls.
MAMAMOO has proven time and again that they have what it takes to be K-pop stars! They have also been topping charts for single hits “You’re The Best” and “Decalcomanie“, and managed to snag an award for Best Entertainer 2016 at the Asia Artist Awards. The talented group is also set to release an OST for the popular K-drama Goblin soon.