Listen to Rina Sawayama Cover Lady Gaga’s ‘Dance in the Dark’

Rina Sawayama has shared a cover of Lady Gaga’s ‘Dance in the Dark’ as part of the Pride edition of Spotify’s recurring Singles series, in which artists record covers and new renditions of their own songs exclusively for the streaming platform. Check it out below.

In addition to Rina Sawayama’s take on the Lady Gaga track, Orville Peck recorded a cover of Bronski Beat’s ‘Smalltown Boy’, while Scottish artist Joesef shared a rendition of Sister Sledge’s ‘Thinking of You’. You can listen to those below as well.

‘Dance in the Dark’ is taken from The Fame Monster, a re-issue of Lady Gaga’s 2008 debut The Fame, which also included ‘Bad Romance’, ‘Alejandro’ and ‘Telephone’ feat. Beyoncé.

Back in April, Sawayama released her debut album SAWAYAMA, which we named one of the best albums of the year so far.

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