The Sensational Vocalist Jasmine Thompson is ready for you to Take Cover.

As the haunting and mythical style vocalists, Jasmine Thompson, comes up on 900 thousand youtube subscribers; it is now time to Take Cover!

That is right, on December the 9th, Jasmine will come out with her new EP entitled Take Cover. It will feature the acoustic version of her new hit Sun Goes Down with Robin Schulz. Their original incidentally reached number 2 in the singles charts in Germany and charted in many other countries. Another song on the EP will be her cover of Riptide by Vance Joy. In this song she delivers a lively and very velvet sound and then a very caressing and soft touch with Stay With Me by Sam Smith.

In addition to that, Jasmine comes through with a very inspirational performance with Chandelier by Sia, and in the spirit of the upcoming season she added “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman” from the film Frozen, which she does an amazing vocal performance as you will see with the following video. Also, you will notice she applies a very heart warming, yet lonely effect.

Links to order the new EP Take Cover by Jasmine Thompson can be found below.

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Take Cover –  Get it on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TakeCoverEP

                         Get it on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1se7Qlo

                         Get it on the Google Playstore: http://bit.ly/1yxllPw

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Riptide – Vance Joy (Cover by Jasmine Thompson)

Don’t miss the sensational Jasmine Thompson. She has the voice that continues to become more addictive the more times you listen to it. Her popularity is rising on the charts in 9 countries with “Sun Goes Down” with Robin Shulz, which is currently at number 2 and 4 in the German and Swiss singles charts respectively. Jasmine is amazing here with this cover of Riptide by Vance Joy. 

For more on Jasmine Thompson read here. 

The Days – Avicii (Cover by Jasmine Thompson)

Jasmine Thompson delivers this cover, The Days by Avicii, with amazing presentation that makes you feel the essence of the song. It is a very encouraging song, about when faced by heart ache and regrets, of remembering the value of making the best of your life when you have the chance. Jasmine sings this song with such warm, soothing, enchantment that you can really feel it. Read More.

Also see article on Jasmine here.

Jasmine Thompson

Jasmine Thompson.

 With the first story on Great Female Artistic Vocalists, I would like to present Singer Songwriter, Jasmine Thompson. Born the 8th of November 2000, this lovely girl who is half English, half Chinese, and half biscuits (she really loves biscuits) happens to come from London, UK. She carries the user/nickname TantrumJas rather frequently. Read more