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Watch: Bestie’s Uji Stunning Cover of Whitney Houston’s ‘I Have Nothing’

By Michael Mirrorcle / Published on Tuesday, 09 Aug 2016 13:26 PM / 1 Comment

Bestie has been on the lower end of KPop for quite some time despite having some talented members in their ranks. They have been chasing relevance for a while. Even though they have amazing songs and are very talent, they haven’t had their big breakout yet.

Uji was once upon a time apart of the now hugely successful EXID for their debut Whoz That Girl. At that time EXID wasn’t very popular. Uji left EXID and later joined Bestie.

There was a lot of controversy surrounding her exit from EXID which has been a dark cloud over Uji. She joined the talent show Girl Spirit and had the opportunity to cover Whitney Houston’s incredible ballad I Have Nothing. This song has been covered by many but only a few can capture the grace and power that Whitney possessed. Uji was able to come very close. Her rendition rivals the likes of Leona Lewis and Christina Aguilera. Take a listen to the cover below:


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Michael Mirrorcle
Pop Music Aficionado, Video Game and Comic Book nerd, Producer/Host of Rushdown Radio, Michael T. Brewer is a passionate journalist who has been a contributing writer for various digital media in Chicago, IL. Currently a student at Harold Washington College pursing a degree in Journalism, Michael continues to sharpen his skills and further expanding his musical repertoire. His diverse musical tastes stems from his childhood. With five older siblings living together during the 90s, his home was filled with music from Nirvana, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah, Anita Baker, No Doubt, Tupac and so many others. Michael has a deep love and admiration for Pop music specifically. Michael is dedicated to perfecting his craft to critique Pop music with an analytical approach and scope that is not synonymous with the genre.