Singer Alex Boye decided to cover Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson's infectious song "Uptown Funk," and he even enlisted the help of some older performers to recreate the music video.

The video is seriously impressive and an insane amount of fun. The men are all decked out in fedoras and suits, just like the original video. They've got some super cool moves, dancing along to Alex's version of the track. One of the highlights of the video is when a 92-year-old woman manages to pull off dance moves we'd never be able to do, including a full-on split.

The video's description on YouTube says, "Many Thanks to my funky seniors! All the grandmas and Grandpas in this video did their own stunts. They range in age from 65-92! Between them, they have raised 500 children, 1,200 grandchildren, and 250 great grandchildren!!!"

"Uptown Funk" is pretty much the greatest song ever released, and if you don't agree with that statement then you probably haven't heard it yet. It's a work of art akin to such classics as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa or Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night or Zayn Malik's face. It is truly a thing to behold, to cherish, to memorize and to listen to on repeat. So we were thrilled when this cover emerged and we had another excuse to blast it from our speakers yet again.

Check out the video above and prepare to feel inadequate.

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