Months after its release, Frozen maintains a strong hold on pop culture: The soundtrack is still hovering near the top of the Billboard charts while the rate of new parodies and cover songs shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The latest viral take on the movie features one man and many Disney and Pixar character voices performing the show stopper “Let It Go.”
It’s an impressive rendition by voice-impersonator Brian Hull, who goes through the entire song in the style of a wide range of characters, including Mickey Mouse, his frequent nemesis Pete, and Mike Wazowski from Monster’s, Inc. Even if you’re suffering from a bit of Frozen fatigue at the moment, this new interpretation is definitely worth a listen. (Via io9.)
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