A Capella

Baby Got Barbershop

Baby Got Barbershop

Barbershop quartet Bank of Harmony don’t want none unless it’s got buns, hun. Sit back, relax, and enjoy Sir Mix a Lot’s 1992 hit Baby Got Back, performed in a way we’re pretty sure you’ve never heard it before. We also enjoyed their cover of Pour Some Sugar on Me.

A Capella Kid

A Capella Kid

You know those multi-track a capella videos where one person sings all the parts? Sure you do. Well this kid nailed what it must be like when all your singing personas are in conflict, and can’t play nice together.

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Be Above It: A Capella

Be Above It: A Capella

Vocalist Smooth McGroove takes a break from video game tunes to entertain us with Tame Impala’s catchy and crunchy little ditty. As much as we enjoyed the original, Smooth’s version delivers the positive message even better.

Halo A Capella

Halo A Capella

The guys from The Warp Zone turn in another excellent performance, this time taking on the familiar theme music from the Halo video game franchise, in celebration of the upcoming release of Halo Infinite. We’re dreaming of nailing enemies with sticky grenades right now.

THX Note A Capella

THX Note A Capella

Remember the THX logo and the deep note that ran before movies? While the original was created with a synthesizer, Mach Kobayashi attempted to recreate the layered 30-note composition using only his voice. He gets off to a solid start, but ends a little shaky.

Africa A Capella Cover

Africa A Capella Cover

Vocalist Mike Tompkins makes way too many funny faces for his wonderful and lighthearted version of Toto’s meme-worthy 1982 hit track, made up entirely from sounds he produced with his mouth.

Home Alone a Capella

Home Alone a Capella

Vocalist Mike Tompkins turns in one of the most amazing layered a capella performances we’ve ever heard, recording his voice to represent every single instrument, and every member of the choir from John Williams’ soundtrack from the holiday classic Home Alone.

Star Wars: A Capella Medley

Star Wars: A Capella Medley

The talented vocalists of Serbia’s Viva Vox present a fantastic cover medley of John Williams’ classic score, including Fox Fanfare, Star Wars Main Title, The Force Theme, Rebel Fanfare, The Imperial March, Cantina Band, Princess Leia’s Theme and Duel of the Fates

New York I Love You A Capella

New York I Love You A Capella

The Trinity College Accidentals perform an outstanding a capella cover version of LCD Soundsystem’s classic ode to the Big Apple, New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down, with senior soloist Connor Kennedy bringing on the lead vocals.

Star Trek A Capella Medley

Star Trek A Capella Medley

The Warp Zone celebrates Star Trek: Discovery with a fun medley of themes from The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. Though we really wanted to hear the lyric It’s been a long road, getting from there to here…

Guardians of the Galaxy 2: A Capella

Guardians of the Galaxy 2: A Capella

If you haven’t seen Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 yet, get yourself to a theatre now. It’s awesome. In the meantime, sit back and enjoy this 3-minute medley of a few of the classic ’70s tunes from the soundtrack, performed by The Warp Zone and Chad Neidt.

A Series of A capella Events

A Series of A capella Events

The Warp Zone and MatPat take on the theme song from the awesomely dark and hilarious Netflix series A Series of Unfortunate Events. Seriously though, if you haven’t watched this series yet, drop what you’re doing for the next 8 hours and look away right now.

Westworld Theme: A Capella

Westworld Theme: A Capella

We’re going to have to wait all the way until 2018 to find out what happens next on Westworld, but for today, we’ve got The Warp Zone’s richly-layered vocal rendition of Ramin Djawadi’s latest earworm of a theme song from our new favorite TV series.

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DuckTales: A Capella

DuckTales: A Capella

The Warp Zone and Jimmy Wong team up to remind us how much better TV theme songs were when they actually explained the plot of the show, with a head-boppin’, finger-snappin’ rendition of Mark Mueller’s theme song from the late ’80s classic DuckTales.

The Simpsons A Capella (Again)

The Simpsons A Capella (Again)

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard Danny Elfman’s theme song from The Simpsons performed a capella, but it’s definitely the first time we’ve seen it performed in creepy yellow makeup and blue hairdos. Thanks for the nightmare fuel, The Warp Zone.

Stranger Things A Capella

Stranger Things A Capella

The Warp Zone serves up a box of defrosted Eggos, and performs another one of their instrument-free covers, this time taking on this summer’s breakout Netflix hit dressed in appropriate garb. The Matthew Modine wig is perfect, but we prefer Dustin’s other t-shirt.

VOCA People: Right Round

VOCA People: Right Round

A completely silly, low-budget 360º video featuring the vocal stylings of a capella group VOCA People. Their all-white outfits and makeup are just goofy, but there’s no denying their musical talents. Be sure to check out their impressive Disney Medley too.

Sweet Georgia Brown: A Capella

Sweet Georgia Brown: A Capella

Vocalist Mike Tompkins teamed up with members of The Harlem Globetrotters to put together this fun a capella version of their theme song, using nothing more than voices, bouncing basketballs, and foot stomping to create the multilayered track.

Du Hast A Capella

Du Hast A Capella

And here we thought the polka version of Rammstein’s 1997 metal track Du Hast was the wackiest version we’d ever hear. But this is the internet, and where there’s a will there’s a way. So sit back and enjoy this silly interpretation of the track as performed by Viva Vox.

Hotel California A Capella

Hotel California A Capella

Cuban group Vocal Sampling turns in a wild performance of The Eagles’ classic Hotel California, creating not just harmonies, but every musical instrument with their voices. Their version of Every Breath You Take might even be better.

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Circle of Life Multi-Track Solo

Circle of Life Multi-Track Solo

Musician Sam Robson turns in an impressive performance of Circle of Life from Disney’s The Lion King, recording and layering dozens of individual voice and effect tracks to produce a richly-textured version of the classic track.

Pentatonix x Michael Jackson

Pentatonix x Michael Jackson

The incredibly talented a Capella vocalists of Pentatonix present a medley of hit songs spanning Michael Jackson’s expansive career, from I Want You Back to Thriller to You Are Not Alone.

Powerpuff Girls Theme A Capella

Powerpuff Girls Theme A Capella

The guys from The Warp Zone and Dodger PressHeartToContinue turn in a fun rendition of the closing theme song to cult classic cartoon The Powerpuff Girls. The costumes are almost as entertaining as the singing. Especially Mojo Jojo.

Lithium: Smooth Jazz Edition

Lithium: Smooth Jazz Edition

Performer Daniel Koren turns in an unlikely a capella rendition of Nirvana’s classic Lithium, turning it into a finger-snapping, head-bobbing jazz/doo-wop track. I like it, I’m not gonna snap.

Cartoons and Games A Capella

Cartoons and Games A Capella

Vocalist Mr Dooves of Triforce Films recreates tunes from saturday morning cartoons and video games using only his voice and multi-track layering. We’ve posted our favorites here, and you can buy some of his cartoon tunes on LOUDR.

Could You Be Loved A Capella

Could You Be Loved A Capella

To commemorate the recent 70th anniversary of Bob Marley’s birth, the guys from Reggaeville put together this wonderful a capella arrangement of the classic Could You Be Loved. Guaranteed to make you bob your head.

Fallon: We Are the Champions

Fallon: We Are the Champions

Jimmy Fallon and the Roots join an all-star lineup of vocalists including Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Ariana Grande, Sam Smith, Meghan Trainor, One Direction, Usher and the mighty Christina Aguilera to sing the Queen classic.

Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing

Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing

Multitalented musician Jacob Collier does a brilliant a capella rendition of this Stevie Wonder classic, with multi-layered harmonies and beatboxing. And just when you think he’s done, he whips out the musical instruments. More here.

Super Mario 2 Overworld A Capella

Super Mario 2 Overworld A Capella

Smooth McGroove’s latest is one of the catchiest video game tracks of all time – the Overworld theme from Super Mario Bros. 2. Seriously, when will they start using this guy for actual game soundtracks? Bubba dubba dubba doo bop bop…

Higher Ground A Capella Cover

Higher Ground A Capella Cover

South Korea’s Inhyeok Yeo cranks out a funk-filled rendition of Stevie Wonder’s classic Higher Ground using nothing other than his voice and a multi-track recorder. Be sure to check out more of his covers on his YouTube channel.

Super Mario Overworld A Capella

Super Mario Overworld A Capella

Trust us when we say that you won’t be able to get the tune out of your head for hours after listening to this groovalicious video game track from Smooth McGroove – the classic Overworld Theme from Nintendo’s Super Mario World.

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