Melinda Doolittle and Postmodern Jukebox Reinvent Queen Classic (VIDEO)

Melinda Doolittle is back with Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox for a brand-new video! This time, Melinda does a Tina Turner-style reinvention of the Queen classic, “Don’t Stop Me Now”!

The arrangement is among the most interesting Postmodern Jukebox has come up with this year, in my opinion. This isn’t to say they haven’t been killing with their arrangements as of late, but simply that I’m kind of in love with this version of “Don’t Stop Me Now”. Maybe it’s because Melinda is one of my favorite singers to come from any reality show, but either way, I thought this was fantastic. I also love Rayvon Owen providing backup vocals. His friendship with Melinda goes back, at least from what I learned from episodes of Reality Check. So it’s great to see them together on film. But what do you think? Watch the video and listen to the cover below:

Melinda Doolittle and Postmodern Jukebox Reinvent Queen Classic (VIDEO)

Source: YouTube

Download: iTunes

Tour Info: PMJ Live

What did you think of the cover? Sound off in the comments!

And for more Postmodern Jukebox covers, check out these videos:

“Creep” with Haley Reinhart
“Say My Name” with Joey Cook
“Umbrella” with Casey Abrams
“Ignition (Remix)” with Rayvon Owen

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