Sherman de Vries Cover to Rihanna’s ‘Where have you been’ On The Road to 1 Million Streams


Talented Sint Marteen record producer and Songwriter Sherman de Vries released the cover of Rihanna’s ‘Where have you been’ months ago, and has already amassed 850,000 streams across digital platforms.

It’s obvious that Sherman de Vries is quite a talented producer, but this tune proves he’s good at a lot more than belting out a few notes. In addition to providing the vocals to his synthy take on Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been,” de Vries plays the Synthesizer and slap bass.

What kind of electro-pop track would “Where Have You Been” be without its own cover? Thankfully, the 32-year-old producer/songwriter was nice enough to deliver on this front, serving up a rendition Heavy with slap bass and some melodic synthesizers.

Sherman-De-Vries Rihanna’s Where Have You Been

Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been” was originally produced by DJ Calvin Harris and features many electro-pop elements, including a strong dance beat and one heavy climax of a chorus. Despite Harris’s influences, the track screams Rihanna and isn’t missing out on her characteristic ferocity or her strong vocals. With that said, it’s no wonder so many Rihanna fans have chosen this song to spice up in their own way.

If you are a lover of cover songs, we hope you will consider adding this masterpiece to your playlist and play it endlessly.

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Osafo Daniel
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