JP Cooper is a talented singer-songwriter from Manchester, England. Not too long ago, he released a brand-new cover of The Beatles’ classic single, entitled, “Let It Be,” via Republic Records.
JP Cooper – “Let It Be” video (The Beatles’ cover)
“I’ve always been a huge fan of The Beatles and this song is one of my favorites. I knew I had to do a Beatles song when I heard we were going to be spending a couple of days at Abbey Road Studios. And what better time than on the run-up to John Lennon’s 80th Birthday. The song has taken on a whole new level of potency for me with everything going on in the world at the minute. I really felt this one in my stomach. I hope you do too.” – JP Cooper explained
Recorded on hallowed ground, JP Cooper appropriately cut “Let It Be” at Abbey Road Studios in London. He delivers a captivating performance, amplifying the song’s immortal message for the modern generation. Furthermore, “Let It Be” is just one of many incredible performances found on JP Cooper’s six-track EP, entitled, “Covers.”
‘Covers’ finds JP Cooper delivering his own renditions of Billie Eilish’s “everything I wanted,” which racked up millions of views. Also, the project includes a series of BBC Live session performances of Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor” and Dua Lipa’s “Hotter Than Hell.”
The personal reflections in Cooper’s debut album, “Raised Under Grey Skies,” introduced him as a deeply affecting, soulful songwriter. Now, these new singles find Cooper expanding his sound, imbuing his distinctive vocals and infectious hooks with modern energy.
JP Cooper – “September Song” video
JP Cooper has two UK Top Ten singles to his name: the Jonas Blue smash “Perfect Strangers,” which he co-wrote, and the inescapable radio hit “September Song,” which has had over 600 million streams worldwide. Since then, JP has notched up an incredible 10 million single units worldwide and a whopping 11 million monthly Spotify listeners. Also, he has accumulated an extraordinary 3.3 billion total global streams, fueled by his devoted 500k Spotify followers.
We highly recommend adding JP Cooper’s “Let It Be” single to your favorite playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Peace.