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You Won’t Believe What This Guy Can Do Using Only His Voice.

Singer/cover artist Mike Tompkins says with his Youtube channel he aims to be “a new kind of talent for an ever-changing musical landscape”. He may just achieve that. His and innovative videos in which he recreates top 40 hits using only the sound of his voice (and maybe a few hand claps) have become insanely popular, so much so that he landed the gig as opening act for the Jonas Brothers on their last tour. Watch the songs he covers below and wait till the end to see how he created each drum beat and bass bop. Super interesting stuff!

Here’s him singing Teenage Dream & Just The Way You Are by Katy Perry and Bruno Mars respectively.

Here’s Mike covering Rolling In The Deep, featuring the always underrated hand claps.

Crazy right?  The faces he makes when he’s seeing the low notes for the bass part are just the best thing ever right now. And his videos are always well shot I think. Don’t forget to check out the rest of them on his Youtube channel. If you liked Mike, give this post a share on Facebook. 

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Watch As One Man Sings A Song In Almost Every Disney Character’s Voice

Love impersonations? Disney? ADELE? Then this video is for you.

Brian Hull, an impressionist and YouTube creator, uploaded a recent video that is bound to take the Internet by storm. He sings Adele’s “Hello,” but in the voices of various Disney characters.

And it’s honestly better than you’ll be able to imagine.

You won’t be able to stop watching this — it’s magical!

Fan. Tas. Tic.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/disney-adele-hello/

Sir David Attenborough Gives An Awesome Twist To Adele’s ‘Hello’

By now, you’ve probably watched Adele’s new music video for her single “Hello” a thousand times, but we invite you to watch it once more. This time, it’s narrated by none other than Sir David Attenborough.

During an interview on BBC Radio 1, DJ Greg James asked the legendary narrator to give the first minute of Adele’s video his signature voiceover treatment. He was hesitant at first, because he didn’t want Adele to be angry with him. To quell his fears, the DJ said, “I think Adele would probably love this more than anything in the whole world.”

I would pay good money to listen to Sir David Attenborough’s take on pop culture every day. His personality is warm and his voice is iconic. Thanks for always keeping us entertained, Sir David!