Sunday, November 25, 2012

MUST SEE VIDEO – Greyson Chance Performing Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” on MTV Sessions in Singapore

Greyson Chance performing "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley
Greyson Chance performing "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley

For all you Greyson Chance fans who have been begging to see Greyson’s performance of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” from his MTV Sessions taping in Singapore earlier this month – we have some good news.

For anybody watching our Twitter feed the last couple days you could probably tell something was going on... and there was.

To make a long story short we are finally able to bring you Greyson’s live performance of "Crazy" with the help of Zeg33k and our friends over at the Greyson Chance Forum.

Watch Greyson Chance perform “Crazy” on MTV Sessions

Now THAT is a great performance and is going to help Greyson redefine himself as a soulful acoustic artist and not just another overproduced pop artist.

Now it’s time to hit the REPLAY button!

You can see more photos and performance video of Greyson on his MTV appearance at the link below:

Watch: Greyson Chance Performing at MTV Sessions - VIDEO

Thanks to everybody who helped make this happen.

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1 comment:

  1. "Crazy" may be seen in retrospect as a turning point in Greyson's career. Two years ago his Label clearly saw him as a Bieber clone (a mega dollar earner), and marketed him as such. Greyson failed to make superstar status, the irony being of course that he was TOO TALENTED for such a role. He just wasn't a pretty dumb boy who someone like Scooter Braun could mould and manipulate to stardom. Greyson was as smart (musically) as his mentors, and confident and personable enough to do things HIS WAY in the studio.

    Before the marketing guys really got to work Greyson already had a following in South America and Europe simply by virtue of his YouTube Paparazzi video. These parts of the world have an understanding of, and an affinity for, rock, pop, soul blues etc in the Western tradition. The early fans didn't need to be won over by promo's, they were sophisticated enough to spot a musical genius appearing in Edmond, Oklahoma.

    My point is that these fans are still there, they aren't subject to the music industry's manipulation and the vagaries of fashion. I'm one of them. We are all three years older now and patiently waiting for Greyson to fulfill his musical destiny.

    Covers like "Crazy" are guaranteed to waken the sleepers, Greyson's true supporters, who will replace the fangirls when they grow out of their obsession with cuteness and move on with their young lives.


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