Israeli looping artist Netta reminded fans, "We all need clubs right now, don't we?" during her electrifying Billboard Live At-Home performance Tuesday (June 30) that raised money for the Downtown Women's Center.
With her special specs at hand -- a TC Helicon harmony singer and a Boss RC-505 tabletop looper -- Netta (real name Netta Barzilai) turned up the heat and turned on her signature autotune effect to remix Flo Rida and T-Pain's No. 1 hit "Low." But she added a special verse and ad-libs to her electro-pop rendition: "My name is Netta/ Welcome to this live/ Oh my God, it's a vibe here.... Oh my God I'm doing Billboard!"
The Eurovision-winning singer-songwriter later turned up the air conditioning in her at-home DJ booth, but her original productions from "Nana Banana" to "Bassa Sababa" only got online concertgoers to keep dancing wherever they tuned in from. Although she turned off autotune when answering fans' questions, Netta admitted she couldn't resist using the feature during her music.