Bohemian Rhapsody is a timeless classic. Countless people of all ages have belted it out with their friends for fun in their spare time, when it plays on the radio, or even for stage performances. With such an incredibly diverse song that switches genres several times throughout its progression, it’s no surprise that this hit is a favorite of all generations. But if you think you’ve seen and heard every good rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody that you possibly can, you’d be wrong! This particular one, performed by acappella group Octet from the University of California in Berkeley for the university’s Welcome Back to A Cappella Showcase in 2011, is one that will have you laughing and smiling like never before.
The moment the song begins, the beautiful voices of these eight young men are accompanied by hilarious movements and choreography that have the whole crowd bursting into laughter from the start. At the same time, their voices sound so incredibly that the audience is simultaneously cheering and applauding as loudly as they can! As the song goes on, they perform all the instrumental sounds in the song with their voices, and it’s both golden in skill and in comedy.
From the funny moves and expressions that these singers put on to their seamless talent and incredibly voices, there’s a lot to love about this unique and unexpected performance. You’ll have to watch it for yourself to see just how awesome this performance is!
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