New Video!! Remake Of Hanson’s MMMBop As A ’50s Doo Wop Song
File this under “one of those things that should have existed in this world, but hasn’t until now.” Get ready to hear Hanson’s MMMBop as a ’50s Doo Wop song:
Download / Order “MMMBop” from our ‘Squad Goals’ album:
If you follow PMJ regularly, you’ve seen Kenton Chen, Luke Edgemon, Matt Bloyd, and Mario Jose singing harmonies in some of the most popular recent PMJ videos, such as “Sorry” and “Hey Ya!” All four are absolutely fantastic lead singers as well, and this video puts their talents center stage (Kenton even does the impressive feat of singing bass and soprano lines in the same song; watch Adam’s expression when he steals the bass line at 2:44). Hanson’s “MMMBop,” of course, was one of the biggest songs of the ’90s, and putting it into a 1950s context retains the catchiness while also highlighting the (somewhat depressing to be sung by kids?) lyrics. With these brilliant harmonies, it’s bound to become a PMJ classic.
Did you enjoy our remake of MMMBop as a ’50s Doo Wop song? Check out these talented men in our other covers:
- “Look What You Made Me Do” – James Bond Style Remake Feat. Kenton Chen
- “Closer” – 50s Prom Style Feat. Kenton Chen
- “Colors Of The Wind” – Vintage 70s Soul Feat. Mario Jose
- “Sorry” – Motown Style Feat Mario Jose and Luke Edgemon
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