5 times Niall Horan covered other artists

We've got five amazing tunes covered by Niall for you.

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Niall Horan’s greatest love is music (golf is a close second), and he does a pretty amazing job making his own. He also does a great job when adding his own essence to other people’s songs, be it at a gig or on an Instagram live.

Niall has both covered some of his idols’ tunes and covered some of the most popular artists today. Every time he decides to cover any song, you can expect to hear his own personal musical touch.

Here are a few incredible covers done by Niall:

“Lover” by Taylor Swift

The ballad gained a whole new mood in this duet with Niall and Fletcher for Spotify Singles.

“Circles” by Post Malone

We love when singers visit the Live Lounge on BBC Radio 1 and cover songs from other artists. Niall has gone there twice already as a solo artist and performed two great versions of these songs.

“Issues” by Julia Michaels

“Dancing In The Dark” by Bruce Springsteen

Niall has mentioned many times how Springsteen has been one of his idols since he was a kid, and he covered different songs from his idol on many of his shows.

“Shine a Light” by McFly

Who would’ve thought that a pandemic would bring Niall Horan, James Arthur, Olly Murs, Danny Jones, and Tom Fletcher together in a cosy performance from their own homes?

We won’t mind if they ever decide to do it again, right?

These are just a few of great tunes that sound even better in Niall’s voice. Now it’s your turn to let us know which song covered by Niall is your favorite in the comments below.

3 Comments
  1. Noon says

    Niall can easily nail any song he cover
    He has a great control of his voice which makes him really a very special artist

  2. Luke says

    Niall is incredible and has such an amazing voice

  3. Carry says

    You forgot fools gold.Though the song is by 1d,it is considered to be a cover as Niall covered his bandmates’s singing part.

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