Does Singing Trinidad James' "All Gold Everything" Decrease Its Ratchetness?
SingersroomThursday, January 10, 2013
Trinidad James is a split decision much like D'Jango. Hate him, love him, pop a molly with him or remix his single "All Gold Everything." In attempt to remix the ratchetness and grab more downloads and Youtube views, singers are taking their turn at covering the Atlanta sensation's record. Can a falsetto or a deep vocalist change the energy of single? I say no. Flip through a list of the best attempts to dethrone Trinidad James on his own record.
Raheem Devaughn - All Gold Everything Remix Raheem DeVaughn has never been scared to jack a beat, so it was no surprise when he remixed Trinidad James' record. The R&B-ROckstar-Hippie adds a verse that is PG rated then snatched the chorus for himself.
Anthony Flammia - All Gold Everything Cover Yonkers bred singer Anthony Flammia's live instrumentation almost made it okay to play for parents, but singing "ni**a don't believe Just watch" bring you back to the reality of the song.
Ash Kardash - All Gold Everything Cover A smiley Youtube singer, Ash Kardash chopped the lyrics to fit her lifestyle as a college student. An attempt at a slightly uplifting approach.
Malachiae Warren - All Gold Everything Cover
Performing in a bedroom, Malachiae's approach was to soften "All Gold Everything" by throwing the beat. With a contemporary instrumental in place, Malachiae attempts to make the song romantic.
MrNateJackson - All Gold Everything Acapella
MrNateJakson is a comic, but he delivers extra runs adding to the laughs.