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Learn how to play the song Bush it Baby by Ne-Yo on the piano or keyboard.
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This is a tutorial for Neil. This is from Janet Jackson’s original song, Come Back to Me. So let us get right to it.
So the first chords – I am going to play the intro. So I will play it slowly. That is just the into that you hear slowly. That is distorted so you are not really going to play this section again but I am just going to show slowly. So the first chord is just A#, C#, F natural, G#, one, two, three, four. Second chord is G#, C, F natural, four. A#, 2nd chord, 3rd chord, G natural, D natural, D#. The other chord is F#, A#, C#, F minor 7, one, two, three, four. E major, E, G#, D. And you have that chord twice which is just D#, G#, and A# again. So when you play that at speed, it sounds like this. On the left hand, you add the component basis so A in the right, A in the left. So that is the intro. And down here, I am just playing it at D#.
So now we are going to get to the main body of the song which just loops over and over again about two or three chords. So let us get started. Your main melodic section on this is going to be in the right hand which will just be these two chords or the three notes. That is the original version but you can also do the remix version of which it just has two notes. So it is D#, G#, A# or you do the remix version which is D# and A#. So now we are going into the main chords that you are going to be using throughout the song which are going to be C#, F natural, G#, and C natural. Second chord is D, G#, A#. Third chord is F minor 7, F, G#, C# or C natural, D#. And then we go back to the D# chord. And then you can just end up F natural. So, I am going to play the entire section then I am just going to add the right hand in.
Just listen to the song over and over again and you will get the rhythm of it. So you always are going to sort of walk forward. Have a forward motion with these chords. So, you go to C# chord, D, F natural, D#, C#, D#, and F. So again, it is a rhythm thing. I am pretty sure you will get this. So with that said, we are going to the right hand now which is going to be just D# and A#. Now, if you play this from the piano, you may want to add in the other melody. Now when you note at that melody, you just get the bass notes. It is up to you on how you want to play it. I have the other tutorial on how to play the original Janet Jackson version so you can look at that.
So, that is it. It is not too difficult. Just get your chords right and you should be fine.