They may look like your grandparents but this group of fine elderly folk have gone viral with their church choir. They are the Senior Adult Choir from the First Baptist Church in Augusta, Georgia, and instead of praising the lord, these lovable senior citizens thought it would be fun to do some hip-hop cover songs for a change.
Are you a big Nicki Minaj fan? Like, a really big one? Think you're the biggest fan of her song 'Starships?' Too bad, because you'll never be a bigger fan than Crunk Coco. Here's his cover, complete with the song's salty, NSFW language. Although you probably won't even be able to make it out, because... well, here's the video.
When we last checked in on Eric Calderone, he was performing a blazing guitar version of the 'Game of Thrones' theme. For his latest effort the ax man is taking on internet favorite Eduard Khil's ‘I Am Glad, ‘Cause I’m Finally Returning Back Home,' which is better known as the 'Trololo' song.
One of YouTube's first "superstars," Tay Zonday has got in on the 'Call Me Maybe' cover action. As if there weren't enough covers of Carly Rae Jepsen's overplayed hit, the soon-to-be 30-year-old Zonday sings the song in his trademark deep voice. Real deep.
The 18-year-old singer/songwriter from South Carolina has actually been putting out cover songs pretty consistently over the last year. In his latest effort, he takes on The Wanted hit 'Glad You Came.' Is Noah able to maintain his single name status with the effort? Check it out.
We've seen all sorts of impressive guitar work on YouTube. From men playing heavy metal covers of cartoon themes to kids playing banjo really fast, they've all left us twiddling our fingers as we watch them play. But now try air guitar-ing to this: 50 catchy guitar riffs from the early '90s played in succession by one talented guy.
Here we go again. Just when you thought you had seen enough, another one comes along. And how can we ignore this one? It's a cover video of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" by the beautiful 2012 Miss USA Contestants!
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