Check out these Justin Bieber covers on BEAT100.
(PRWEB) September 22, 2012
BEAT100 has even in its early stages proved to be a fantastic launch pad for unsigned talent with bundles of music videos being uploaded onto the social/video networking site.
Simon Cowell can keep Birdy all to himself & Justin Bieber may as well stay in the U. S of A because Beat100 has found its own gem in teen sensations Us & Her. Us & Her are a family band from Essex only consisting of two members, 12 year old Casey Kaye on lead vocals & 16 year old Taylor Kaye on keyboard & backing vocals. The duo state on their Beat100 profile "we are loving writing our own music, doing covers, and gigging" however, after watching the video, a cover of Jessie J 'Nobody's perfect', it becomes apparent that this sort of talent can go a lot, lot further. Expect to see much more from this incredible young act in the very near future.
BEAT100 has also had to privilege of housing other astonishing acts within its music charts. BEAT100's pick of the week is an act with acoustically soulful vibes and an urban edge, the trio hailing from East London & the south east are called New Subjects & have already been making shock waves across the country in national talent competition 'Live & Unsigned'. New Subjects video on Beat100 shows the boys performing their own song 'Something more than love' in said competition at Londons O2 arena, Gary Whittington (MC) exhibits a slight resemblance to music superstar Example in the way he delivers his performance bursting with confidence. With Johnny Thorpes soulful voice and Matt Richards superb time keeping, New Subjects are quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with.
BEAT100 has become a hub for videos of all sorts and continues to expand by the day, soon there won't be a need for television programs such as the X Factor as people can watch raw talent with the click of a mouse and vote for free while not lining someone else's pocket, Beat100 is 100% for the people.
See these Justin Bieber cover’s on BEAT100.com and you may even find the next singing sensation.