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Cover Star: Travis Garland Lends His Talents To ‘Let Me Love You’ (Ne-Yo)

Published: Saturday 26th Jan 2013 by Rashad

This week’s That Grape Juice ‘Cover Star‘ comes from the R&B/pop stylings of Youtube sensation Travis Garland. Watch as the Texas talent takes on the task of Ne-Yo‘s top 10 smash ‘Let Me Love You’ below:

Garland was nothing short of great!  With vocals uncannily reminiscent of Ne-Yo (and Justin Timberlake in parts), Garland lends a performance that could easily run side by side with some of today’s top crooners.

It’s refreshing gifts like his that gives us some hope that real talent will one day make its return to radio.  Because, without doubt, this kid has it.

For more on Mr. Garland, check out his Youtube page here.

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  1. King B>Rihanna January 26, 2013

    I only came here because he is good looking.

    • King B>Rihanna January 26, 2013

      but he can sing to.

  2. sara January 26, 2013

    Wow… My best friend has just announced her wedding with a handsome millionaire shortly after they met on~~~ http://meetlove.yolasite.com/ ~~~ 6 months ago. This is a site where you can meet rich successful men and classy gorgeous women such as CEOs, athletes, doctors, lawyers, models, celebrities, etc….Maybe you can take a try

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