Apparently it is not enough to sing Let It Go from Frozen in 26 different languages and with different singers. To really make a Let it Go impression you have to sing the song in 21 Disney character voices.
Brian Hull sings in mainly manly Disney voices without ever getting winded, a feat that should get some kind of Guinness World record. Hull along with producer Seth O’ Neal recorded the ditty a few days back and posted it on you tube where it got over 800k hits in less than 48 hours.
Hull is a 22-year-old Music Major with a focus on vocal performance at Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas.
In an interview with examiner.com Hull explained how he came up wit the idea for the mashup:
I saw there was a contest going on through Disney where I could record myself singing, “Let it Go,” said Hull, and if I won, I would win a $100 gift card to the Disney Store. So, I just got this idea in my head: ‘What if I did the whole thing as Disney and Pixar characters?’
I’ve been doing impressions all my life, so I thought, ‘why not put it to work?
The night before I submitted my video, I was having second thoughts about how good it was, so I posted it to my Facebook, just so I could get honest feedback from my friends. The next thing I know, they shared it over 200 times and now, the video has over a half million views in a day and a half.
Hull other videos on YouTube combine his love of music with his religious faith. Check out How Great Tho Art, which he composed and arranged for Fiedler Road church in 2012 and his original piece A Dance With Life and Death.
Hull concludes the interview by noting:
I believe firmly in the efficacy of religion, in its powerful influence on a person’s whole life. It helps immeasurably to meet the storms and stress of life and keep you attuned to the Divine inspiration. Without inspiration, we would perish.