There is something refreshing about a well-known musician taking leave of their usual genre and presenting their fans with another side of themselves. There is so much creativity needed to take an established song and do a rendition of it that is all your own and many of your favorite Christian artists have done just that over the years. Take a listen to these 10 cover songs and give your ears a perk up with their fresh, faith-based perspective and experience an old favorite in a new way! True to the Royal Tailor style, it will encourage you and make you want to shake off everything that keeps you from moving in the freedom we have in Christ. Perhaps with this cover, you can be inspired in your prayer life while reverently head banging a little. Where the Streets Have No Name, as sung by Tomlin promotes a missional mindset of going places, getting outside of ourselves and sharing our lives and Christ with others in service in all corners of the world. While U2 may not have intended it to be a Christian song, the lyrics and heart behind it make it an effective cover for Chris Tomlin. We all long for meaning and purpose for our lives and the searching of it in our ordinary world is apropos in both secular and Christian venues. Newsong takes us back to with a little jive and some bluesy sway.
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1. Hallelujah! These Religious Covers Are Totally Righteous!
Although comparing the devil to a "pile of poo" is right up there, too. Whoa, whoa, whoa. You know lying is a sin, right? You've got Jesus' number? This isn't the most viewed YouTube video of all time, but we have a feeling it's just because its time has not yet come. Our favorite part of this video is the credits. Which woman was "Professional Mom? Is it too soon for another "Single Ladies" cover? It's never too soon! This time, the guys are supposed to put a ring on themselves.
1. Shake It Off – Royal Tailor
Some say it's 'reclaiming pop culture for Jesus'. So fire up the chart show theme music, holy pop-pickers, as George Luke counts down the 10 best or worst Christian remakes of pop hits. Since becoming a Christian, Nigell has devoted his talents to recording Soca-flavoured Gospel songs. I wonder what Mr Green said when he heard this? Replacing 'baby' with 'Jesus' is one thing, but replacing 'bottoms' with 'Bibles'?!? Takes all sorts, I suppose.
According to a report in The Sun , Justin Bieber is recording a religious concept album. The pop star is said to be on the lookout for songs with a Christian message after reconnecting with his faith through the Pentecostal megachurch Hillsong Church. The inference seems to be that pop songs with a religious theme are automatically awful or, at least, don't fit in the charts. The devil, as they say, has all the best tunes. One of the most insistent riffs in rock is married to a lyric about a messianic figure recruiting disciples. The song came to Kravitz in a flash of inspiration - he recalls scribbling the lyrics down on a brown paper bag - but it reflects his real-life faith. The star has a tattoo on his back which reads "My heart belongs to Jesus", and he once called Christ "the ultimate rock star".