Anoop Desai Covers “Sweet Nothing” – Calvin Harris feat Florence Welch (VIDEO)

It’s time for another edition of Anoop Desai’s WTF Wednesday. This week, the American Idol season 8 alum’s beautiful falsetto is the highlight of a cover of “Sweet Nothing” by Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch.

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Check it out Anoop’s “Sweet Nothing” cover below:

http://youtu.be/zHbeajwTES4

  • http://www.facebook.com/marjanaisweird Aakash Mansukhani

    His voice is literally like butter.

  • Larc

    Very nice, but it would have been nicer if they had backed off on the accompaniment track a little.  Anoop’s voice is almost drowned out in places.

  • notthatmary

    Lovely!  Might have been even more awesome if Melinda Dolittle had dropped by (they’re both in Atlanta, right?) for a duet.  Or, if Idol would surprise us by having the truly greats from earlier seasons on to mentor/sing.  Melinda, Anoop, Michael Johns get my vote. 

  • Valarie

    Breath taking. Just beautiful.

  • macfae

    Love that these videos are being posted.   Anoop has such a great recording voice.  He seems to have matured a lot since idol.  I wish him much success.

  • http://twitter.com/KariannHart Kariann Hart

    Anoop is so much better of a singer than some who actually have hits.  I wish he would get radio air play.  His voice is better than just about every guy we heard last night on Idol.

  • tierbee

    Man, I love his voice!

  • Reflects On Life

    Really enjoying these WTF Weds!

    If he can have his microphone mounted, why can’t he mount his phone, too?

    The super-obviousness of him reading the lyrics off his phone really detracts from the visual aspect of the video.  Watching him read a phone…

    He could mount the phone at the same level as the mic, then both hands can be used for expression.  As it is, one hand expresses, and the other is paralyzed.