The Solero Brothers are new comers to our attention but are in now way lacking in talent. These guys are from Puerto Rico and are now currently living in LA. If you like RnB type voices that have full range and great harmony this cover offers all of that. See if you can spot the slight remix ad lib added in the hook.
Macy Kate's version of this song was a breath of fresh air. She took advantage of a minimal musical arrangement and filled the space with a warm breathy voice. She's one to watch and has already developed a pretty large following on YouTube. If you enjoy this version of her cover download it on iTunes here.
Sonna Rele makes this week's cut with a great harmonized cover. She also takes advantage of less production and more vocal wow. This artist is from London, UK and her accent lines of perfectly with Zayn's to add the perfect twist on the lyrics. If you're in London she has a show coming up May 26, 2016 at Stamford Bridge.
Conor Maynard's cover is probably the best overall arrangement and vocal mix we've come across. The the huanting vocals to the solid beat breaks this is one cover that doesn't disappoint. Check out his page here.
You've probably seen Devvon Terrell on a few other covers. He's quickly emerging as a good to artist for quality covers and overall good music. On this cover he's joined by the all girl singing group, The Janes. Check them out on this cover and let us know what you think.
Jamieboy's cover does a great job of adding vocals and ad libs like you'd expect an RnB song to sound like. Check him out here: Jamieboy
vChenay's cover keeps the beat with a smooth breakdown that allows you to hear the warmth in her voice. Great arrangement on the music with vocals that actually keep the feel of the song. Visit her web page to see what else she has going on.