In addition to the enchanting charts, a measure of how successful the soundtrack of The Great Showman has been, is the number of stars that wrote thoughts about and rendered by songs of social media . That activity helped inspire this album, with covers of artists who have a variation that reflects the genreusing eclecticism of the original music.
Although it's tempting to avoid talking to songs so precision designed with melody and emotion, everyone brings something new. Panic! At the discotheque is the tone, opening with a version of "The Great Show" that adds rock stamp to the original without reversing it overblown. British dance pop titans Years & Years and Jess Glynne hang a disco ball from the big peaks with a sparkling "Come Alive", while some Missy Elliott bars give extra excitement to "This Is Me" before the choir's skyscraper release. Similar stirring work from Kelly Clarkson, P! Nk and Zac Brown Band just emphasize what robust pop songs these were basically.