1 Song, 3 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
64 Ratings
64 Ratings
ben1234565432 ,

Bad Cover Song

This is a poor cover of Tracy Chapman's song Fast Car. I love EDM but this song doesn't mesh well with it. There's so much meaning in these lyrics which is lost by the listener when EDM tunes dilute the sincerity and passion Tracy had in her original.

Hagen226 ,

Great cover

A great and fresh take on one of my Top 10 favorite songs of all time. If you’re looking to compare it to the original, I think you’re missing the beauty of another Artist wanting to pay homage to an Artist/Song they love. Fast Car is one of the best songs ever written in my opinion and love that there is a fresh take on it to bring new ears to a great song! Well done Jonas Blue and Dakota! Congrats on signing with Virgin EMI and Capitol!

California_midtaches ,

Amazing song

I absolutely love the beat and voice. The lyrics have a deeper meaning and I feel like the beat presses the importance of what chapman was trying to convey to her listeners.

About Jonas Blue

London-based electronic dance producer Jonas Blue (born Guy James Robin in Essex, England) caught the attention of the industry with his reimagining of Tracy Chapman's 1988 hit "Fast Car." Adding a tropical house tint to the plaintive, bittersweet acoustic original, Blue enlisted the talents of young British singer Dakota, whose sultry vocals helped carry the song to the top of 17 international charts, including number one slots in Australia, Scotland, and both the U.K. and U.S. dance charts. In 2016 Blue released "Perfect Strangers," the follow-up to his global smash, featuring JP Cooper on vocals. The single landed in the Top Ten internationally and was followed by "By Your Side" with Raye. The following year he issued "Mama," his collaboration with Australian pop vocalist William Singe. That track would appear on Electronic Nature: The Mix 2017, a compilation of favorites from the DJ's own live sets. In addition to his own hit singles, the collection included his spins on songs by Galantis, Zedd, Ellie Goulding, Disclosure, and more. In 2018, Blue released the feel-good house-pop tune "Rise," which saw him collaborating with Nebraskan Vine stars/pop duo Jack & Jack.

~ Neil Z. Yeung

London, England
August 2, 1989




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