Moriah Plath has definitely branched out when it comes to her taste in just about everything. On the show Welcome to Plathville, we’ve seen her embrace both pole and ballroom dancing, and now she’s specialized in showing off her musical talent.
Moriah used to be very shy about singing, even on social media, and she didn’t really show off unless it was about family members or recording things alone. Now she’s decided to branch out and cover Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved,” which has drawn mixed reactions online.
Welcome to Plathville: Moriah Plath covers Lewis Capaldi
A lot of people say that Moriah should stick to dancing and that she’s not really a singer. But what these people forget is that Moriah was never formally trained, she has Kim’s training, which could work in a family band or if you just go to different churches and sing.
We admit that her voice has that “beauty pageant” quality without as much projection behind it, but for the kind of music she’s trying to sing now – that’s okay. Thing is, we forget that a lot of artists today have a lot of production quality behind their sounds, and right now Moriah is essentially just playing around… but she wants to get better!
It’s amazing how people are so quick to discount a person they would normally consider talented if they hadn’t already been on a TV show. One wonders if Moriah hadn’t already found fame on TV, if she had just posted the clip of herself, would it have gone viral and possibly have she been in an alternate reality on The Voice or American Idol?
Oh wait, these are still reality TV shows right? We should give Moriah a little grace for some growth – she’s young and right now she can afford to play around with what she wants to do in life. If we had the same chance, many of us would probably take it and do the same things as Moriah, but maybe with a different flavor. Moriah isn’t bad…just give her time!
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