Jamiroquai Gives David Bowie’s Classic a Special “Lockdown” Makeover

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The coronavirus pandemic has put normal life on hold. Boredom in isolation has taken hold of many of us, even celebrities (albeit sitting in their million-dollar homes), and they have turned to social media to share their creativity.

Like in the case of Jamiroquai frontman, Jay Kay reworking David Bowie’s classic ‘Let’s Dance’ to reflect the world’s current situation. The original song, written by David Bowie and Nile Rodgers was given a quarantine makeover to lighten the mood.”Lockdown! Put on your facemask and watch TV,” he sang.

Although he’s sporting a slightly more dad-look these days, Jay Kay still sounds amazing. And he should cover ‘Let’s Dance’ for real!

Checkout Jay Kay (with his signature white hat) covering ‘Let’s Dance’:

More than 31,737 people have died from COVID-19 worldwide, the virus has spread into more than 180 countries. The US has the highest number reported with over 142,000 confirmed cases, followed by Italy (97,689) and Spain (85,195). WHO have now stated that Europe was the current centre of the epidemic.

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