Brian Hull is no "Adele Dazeem," but he sure is wickedly talented. The Dallas, Texas, native covered "Let It Go" from "Frozen" using the voices of 21 different Disney and Pixar characters.
There have been many takes on the Academy Award-winning song, from kids' renditions to parodies. But since it was posted Saturday, Hull's version has garnered more than 2.3 million views. The reason is probably because he transitions from human characters to animated ones throughout decades of popular films and TV shows associated with the studios. Hull opens with Captains Barbossa and Jack Sparrow from "Pirates of the Caribbean." He follows that up with Scar from "The Lion King." Other movies covered include "Monsters, Inc.," "The Little Mermaid" and "Beauty and the Beast."
The Dallas Baptist University student does not leave out classic characters from his rendition either. Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Pete are all imitated during the 3-minute-42-second cover.
With almost 77,000 likes compared to less than a thousand dislikes, the video has gotten overwhelmingly positive reviews for Hull and his voice skills.
"So much talent!! This was amazing," YouTube user TheThirdPew wrote. Another, Daisy Gmz, wrote, "Oh my God that was totally amazing." TheOrdinaryGamer21 opined, "I think Goofy was the best by far."
Hull is overwhelmed by the response, which came soon after the upload this weekend.
"You ever have one of those moments when you feel like you are watching your life because the things that are happening could never happen in real life?" he asked on his Facebook page. In a different thread, he told friends, "This feedback has been incredible! I'm so amazed by how much people are enjoying it and sharing it! You guys are amazing!"
Many viewers online hold similar sentiments about Hull's work.
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