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Utah youngster big name Lexi Walker plays her authentic tune “Tiny Voice” in a new music video.
Some of Utah’s best-known YouTubers, together with Evie Clair, Lexi Walker, James the Mormon and the LeBaron circle of relatives, had been busy all through the previous few weeks freeing new songs and music videos on YouTube.
Evie Clair, the LDS youngster who rose to popularity because of her run on the fact display “America’s Got Talent,” launched her first full-length album, “Okay Day,” at the starting of June. For every of the 10 songs on the album, Clair launched a lyric video on YouTube.
One of the songs on the album, referred to as “57 Seconds,” used to be written in honor of her father, who died remaining yr in a while after Clair stepped forward to the finals on the display, in step with the Deseret News.
“Recording this song without crying is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do,” Clair wrote on her Facebook web page alongside with a hyperlink to the tune. “Love and miss my daddy so much.”
Lexi Walker, some other well-known youngster with ties to Utah, launched her authentic tune “Tiny Voice” remaining yr as a part of her album “Inspire.” Last week Walker posted the professional music video for the tune, by which she sings the robust ballad to audition for a faculty skill display.
In singer Madilyn Paige’s latest music video, which she posted Monday afternoon, Paige sings and performs her ukulele in the busy streets of Tokyo, Japan. According to the video description, Paige lived in Japan for 5 years when she used to be a kid.
“Tokyo is amazing and I’m so excited to give you all a glimpse of this beautiful place!” Paige wrote.
In the video, Paige covers the tune “The Middle” by way of Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey.
Rapper James The Mormon teamed up with Bri Ray, an Orem local who competed on “American Idol,” to accomplish the tune “Waiting On.” The music video used to be launched previous this month.
Two months after their “One Day More” quilt went viral, the LeBaron circle of relatives continues to publish common videos. The circle of relatives coated “From Now On” from “The Greatest Showman” remaining week, and maximum lately, they posted a canopy of “I’ve Got a Dream” from “Tangled.”
To rejoice Father’s Day, the circle of relatives’s quilt of “I’ve Got a Dream” featured their father, who has now not seemed in videos till now. The video caption says the tune used to be “an excellent option for us kids to spotlight our DAD who always wants us to pursue our dreams and is quite the pianist!”
Finally, “Working with Lemons,” a Utah primarily based YouTube channel, shared its tackle the tune “Helpless” from the musical “Hamilton.” The upbeat tune is ready the love tale of Alexander Hamilton and his eventual spouse, Elizabeth Schuyler.
According to the video, which has over 440,000 perspectives, it used to be filmed at This is the Place Heritage Park in Salt Lake City.
Those at the back of “Working with Lemons” are giant “Hamilton” enthusiasts — the channel has posted a number of covers from the hit musical in the previous few years.