Zovik’s Enchanting, Soulful Voice Adds Layers Of Depth To The 1984 Hit Song “Hallelujah”

Zovik’s Enchanting, Soulful Voice Adds Layers Of Depth To The 1984 Hit Song “Hallelujah”
Singer/Songwriter Zovik has officially released a cover of Leonard Cohen’s legendary pop song “Hallelujah.” The track was released to all streaming platforms on Tuesday, December 21. A music video for “Hallelujah” was also released to YouTube, gaining hundreds of views within its initial few hours after launch.

Zovik’s cover of “Hallelujah” differs from Cohen’s legendary original version. While Cohen’s 1984 version of the song featured laid-back, raspy vocals, Zovik’s voice soars with the backing of piano, drums, and keyboards. Zovik’s cover has a quiet-loud dynamic allowing the track to breathe, grow, and thrive throughout its three-plus minutes.
“I fell in love with “Hallelujah” when I first heard it,” Zovik said. “I knew I had to perform it and add my own touch. I felt I could really add to the song with my voice. // Continue to the full article

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