Danish A Cappella Group Takes on ’90s Hits
Imagine this: What if there were a music-filled, Brady-inspired video of stacked heads singing '90s classic hits? What could be better, right? Well today is your lucky day!
A capella group Local Vocal took on the best of the '90s and recorded it in a fancy video for all to enjoy -- and it's good 'til the last drop. The Danish singers tried their hand lots of hit tracks, including Ace of Base's 'All That She Wants,' Reel 2 Real's 'I Like to Move It' and La Bouche's 'Be My Lover,' as well as the 'A Night at the Roxbury' anthem 'What is Love,' among many others.
While it seems that most of the sweet singing folks were likely in their 20s when these tunes first debuted, there are a few salt-and-pepper hairdos scattered throughout, making this blended rendition all the more awesome. It's especially fun because not everyone sings at once, so you can divert your eyes to whichever floating head you find most appealing ... Or hilarious. We just wish Local Vocal would have given attention to just one boy band!
Watch Local Vocal Take On the '90s A Capella