1960s Motown version of I’m Not Okay is what you need to hear

Robyn Adele Anderson, vocalist, based in New York City, has recently uploaded a cover of My Chemical Romance’s hit song I’m not okay, But she did it with a twist. Instead of singing it in the typical pop-punk sound, she converted it to 1960s Motown, and it sounds incredible, and you should listen to it.



Robyn Adele Anderson is a vocalist based in New York City, mostly unknown for her cover songs in youtube. After serving as Postmodern Jukebox’ primary vocalist, Anderson started a YouTube channel. As of May 2019, her channel has over 400k subscribers and 26.8 million views. She had uploaded many viral covers, including the Gorillaz’ “Clint Eastwood,” which has over 7.3 million views. In January 2014, she became a staff writer for the online K-pop magazine KpopStarz.

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