Sing “Azucar Amargo” with Pedro Capó


Sing “Azucar Amargo” with Pedro Capó

Pedro Capó is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter and musician, he is also the grandson of the famous singer Bobby Capó from the 1940’s who was memorable for his Latino pop songs which featured elaborate, dramatic lyrics. Safe to say Pedro is following the same road in keeping the Latin music alive and fresh.

P.S. HBO latino is bringing you an exclusive special with Pedro! DO NOT MISS: PEDRO CAPÓ: EN LETRA DE OTRO  on August 11th at 9PM! Sneak peak trailer below 🙂

Sing “Azucar Amargo” with Pedro Capó

Sing “I Swear” with “All-4-One”

Sing “I Swear” with All-4-One


The American male R&B band, All-4-One, is all for Smule with their 1994 hit single, “I Swear.”  If you went to school dances in 1994 then you know that the night wasn’t over until “I Swear” was played as everyone’s favorite slow dance song.  The song went viral as they were America’s new favorite boy band after The New Kids On The Block tapered off.

Separately, the band is made up of talented artists: Jamie Jones, Delicious Kennedy, Alfred Nevarez, and Tony Borowiak, but together they are one.  The group has sold 22 million records worldwide and has been awarded a Grammy for their pop single, “I Swear,” and an AMA for their song “So Much in Love.”

All-4-One is still going strong to this day.  They never broke up and still interact with their fanbase.  It’s time to bring back one of America’s biggest pop acts and most loved boy band.  Join All-4-One for a duet in the Sing! By Smule app to harmonize to the words of “I Swear.”


Join All-4-One now on Sing!

#SingwithSFOpera with 4 new partner artists




It’s that time of year where we celebrate all-things Opera-related here at Smule! Every year, San Francisco Opera takes over the entire AT&T Park to give our lovely city an opportunity to Sing-along to Opera on the giant screen. Over 30,000 join in to sing “Take me out to the Opera,” with Smule Sing! running on the jumbotron. This also happens to be the largest group performance on Smule Sing! to date.

In addition, last year we put together this montage video of Smule Sing!ers from around the world joining in with San Francisco Opera’s Irene Roberts on “Habanera” from Carmen by G. Bizet!


Join in this year and sing with the artists below! 🙂

Ildebrando D’Arcangelo as Don Giovanni and Sarah Shafer as Zerlina from Don Giovanni by W. A. Mozart 

Sing with IIdebrando or Sing with Sarah



Ellie Dehn as Musetta from La Bohème by G. Puccini

Sing with Ellie Dehn


Pene Pati as The Duke from Rigoletto by G. Verdi

Sing with Pene Pati


Sing “Down” with Marian Hill


Sing “Down” with Marian Hill

Marian Hill is an America tag-team who produces songs influenced by R&B and electronic. They have been around since 2013 making music and debuting singles. More recently, their song “Down” got featured on an Apple commercial featuring Apple 7 and AirPods with Lil Buck dancing to the song.

Additionally, this is the first time on Smule we are featuring both the singer and a live composer. SO AWESOME!

Sing with Marian Hill here! 

Smule Presents: Daniel Loeillot

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Last year we ran a program called Smule Presents for a year – where we highlighted our talented users through music videos to showcase our users in their creative light alongside working with the Smule Studio production team led by Alyce. You can find those videos here. During one of the last videos we presented, we flew him on alongside with 3 others around the globe to sing a mashup of two songs. You can find the video here (it’s pretty amazing.) This was a mash-up of “One Call Away” and “Love Yourself.” Over the new couple months, we will post all of the four individual videos we made while they were here (so maybe, more mini- Smule Presents)!


You can find their experience on Smule Presents here!


First up: Dan Loeillot! He has been on the app for almost 3 years and he resides in Paris where he performs. He generally sings a combination of R&B, rap, pop and deep soulful music. His music video was made on the song, “Apologize” by One Republic as a dedication to his friend.

1) Why did you pick the song you sang? 
I decided to sing this song because when I was young, my best friend Eric used to play it on the piano and I would be singing singing. Now he lives in Australia, and I miss him a lot, this video is dedicated to him.

2) What challenges do you see as an upcoming artist? 
The artist lifestyle is a challenge itself. The best challenge for me as an upcoming artist is to create music, be on stage and make my family proud of me.


3) What is your favorite kind of style to sing? 
I am a huge fan of 90’s R’n’B ballads, like Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men kind of style.


4) Who is your inspiration?
Tori Kelly is such an inspiration for me. I always watched her videos since the beginning.


5) How can people follow you?

Smule fuels more music in the world with $54 million capital raise led by Tencent

Smule fuels more music in the world with $54 million capital raise led by Tencent

Smule is on a mission to change the way the world experiences music. With 52 million monthly active users creating over 20 million songs every day, Smule is transforming the landscape of music from one of passive listening to one of collaborative creation and expressive sharing. On Smule, users are inspired to engage with music at its roots, as a creative, social and interactive medium, and collaborate with and listen to all types of music, with anyone from anywhere in the world. With this vision in mind, Smule is taking the next step to scale the platform with $54 million in a strategic financing round led by Tencent, which joins existing investors including Adams Street Partners, Bessemer Ventures, Floodgate, Franklin Templeton, Granite Ventures, and Shasta Ventures.

Tencent shares Smule’s passion for music and for connecting people. Through its “Connection” strategy, Tencent has been cultivating a vibrant ecosystem, enabling users to communicate, socialize and enjoy content and services efficiently on its integrated platforms with music as its key focus.

“Tencent believes that music is universal and Smule is pioneering a new and unique way for people to create and engage with music. Our investment in Smule will expand our exposure to the promising potential of the digital music market,” said Poshu Yeung, Tencent’s Vice President of International Business.

With the investment, Smule will turn the volume up on its global presence and enable more people to experience music in a new way. In 2016, revenue grew 54 percent to $101 million, monthly active users increased by 52% and subscribers by 100%. This is all driven by a deeply social global community where users are creating more music in the world every day, with other users and major global artists like TrainEd SheeranShawn MendesRizky FebianLuis Fonsi, and Christian Nodal.

Most recently, Smule debuted its first ever national broadcast commercial for their Smule Sing! app featuring the Grammy-award winning rock band Train singing along to their new global hit single “Play That Song” with some of the app’s biggest users. The app and commercial hope to move listeners beyond passive listening and into participating in music creation.

“We are always looking for creative and innovative ways to connect with our fans,” said Pat Monahan of Train. “Smule allows us to engage with our fans on a deeper level and we can’t wait to see all the amazing duets of ‘Play That Song’ on Smule Sing!”