CB30 released their breathtaking piano version of Olivia Rodrigo’s viral smash hit, “drivers license”. Listen to the mesmerizing cover here and take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.
CB30, the brother duo made up of Brody and Christian Clementi, have killer harmonies and a style that connects with fans across genres. With an incredible following on both TikTok and Instagram, the singers typically give fans exactly what they want. After sharing a clip of the two singing Olivia Rodrigo’s viral smash hit song, “drivers license,” it was evident that the pair had to record their own rendition. CB30’s version of “drivers license” is raw, intimate, and showcases their immense talent.
While the original version of “drivers license” is somber and heartbreaking, Brody and Christian’s rendition is powerful, intimate, and piano-driven. Older brother Christian leads on vocals while Brody joins at the chorus, providing killer harmonies. Additionally, Christian worked as the producer on the track, marking the first self-produced song the duo has released. If you were unsure of their talent before, CB30 proves with this song that they are not only talented vocalists, but incredible artists in their own right.
“And I know we weren’t perfect // But I’ve never felt this way for no one // And I just can’t imagine // How you could be so okay now that I’m gone // Guess you didn’t mean what you wrote in that song about me // ‘Cause you said forever, now I drive alone past your street”
The Nashville natives are clearly making Nashville and country music proud with this song! CB30’s rendition of “drivers license” is a song that I will have on my own personal playlists for a long time coming!
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