At Global Karaoke we aim to offer singers and music lovers a unique user-friendly singing experience. In our catalogue are included songs suitable for any age range and any music orientation. The predominant genres are Pop, Melodic Rock, Blues, Country and Classic.

The most popular releases are: “Hello” in the style of Adele, “Thinking Out Loud” in the style of Ed Sheeran,  “You Know I’m No Good” in the style of Amy Winehouse, “She Will Be Loved” in the style of Maroon 5, “At Last” in the style of Etta James, “What a Wonderful World” in the style of Louis Armstrong, “Candy” in the style of Paolo Nutini, “Besame Mucho” in the style of Andrea Bocelli, “Come Away with Me” in the style of Norah Jones, “Counting Stars” in the style of OneRepublic, “Una Furtiva Lagrima” in the style of Pavarotti and more.



Adele   Norah Jones   Etta James   

Amy Winehouse   George Ezra

Ed Sheeran   Emeli Sandé   

Toni Braxton  Chris Isaak   OneRepublic



There are various disputes about who first invented the name karaoke. One claim is that the karaoke styled machine was invented by Japanese musician Daisuke Inoue in Kobe, Japan, in 1971. Although the audio company Clarion was the first commercial producer of the machine they may have also invented the machine, but there is no existence of the patent. In Japan, it has long been common to provide musical entertainment at a dinner or a party.

Japanese drummer Daisuke Inoue was asked frequently by guests in the Utagoe Kissa, where he performed, to provide recordings of his performances so that they could sing along. Inoue, After realizing the potential for the market, made a tape recorder-like machine that played songs for a 100 yen-coin each. Instead of giving his karaoke machines away, Inoue leased them out so that stores did not have to buy new songs on their own. Originally, it was considered a somewhat expensive fad, as it lacked the live atmosphere of a real performance and 100 yen in the 1970s was the price of two typical lunches, but it caught on as a popular kind of entertainment. Karaoke machines were initially placed in restaurants and hotel rooms; soon, new businesses called karaoke boxes, with compartmented rooms, became popular. In 2004, Daisuke Inoue was awarded the tongue-in-cheek Ig Nobel Peace Prize for inventing karaoke, “thereby providing an entirely new way for people to learn to tolerate each other.”

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