Agreed. I see it the same way as Vintage Drum Hawaiian Shirt – Short. Would it be disrespectful to change up the song when covering it? For example, changing the arrangement, changing the key, changing the lyrics, skipping some notes, singing in a different style, adding notes, etc. Would it be considered “cowardly” to change the song to fit your vocal colour? In order to ensure that you’re able to showcase your style/talent better? For example, if I didn’t want to sing a note the way the original artist sang it and want to change it to a run or something because I think I sound better if I sing it like that/it’s my style, would it still be considered disrespectful to the original artists? Does covering something mean it has to be 100% the same as the original?
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I don’t think it’s “disrespectful” but I do think it’s a little Vintage Drum Hawaiian Shirt – Short lol. I feel like they’re afraid to be too “feminine” in their movements and it ultimately takes away from the choreography. A lot of gg choreos rely heavily on hip movement and grace that male idols seem very hesitant to add to their covers.
Of course they have the freedom to cover things however they want, and it’s really not a big deal. Maybe they just don’t know how to embrace those movements or do them properly. This cover of Monster by Ellen and Brian is a perfect example of how a male dancer can cover those feminine, elegant moves correctly. Those aspects are important to the choreo and missing out on them lessens the impact of the performance.
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