Whether you're a Taylor Swift fan or not, this mashup of the singer's new album 1989, done by two amazing male vocalists, will leave you speechless.
In a YouTube video posted today, a duo called Superfruit sang all of T.Swift's songs in four minutes. The epic video starts off with "Welcome to New York," and it's pretty clear right away that these guys can sing!
From there, the they spiral out of control performing sections of all the tracks from "Blank Space" to "Bad Blood." At one point, the pace picks up with the singers clapping their hands and snapping their fingers to the beat of "Shake It Off."
Let's not forget that this twosome can also beatbox! When they start singing "Bad Blood," some rhythms are added to the background.
One of the best things about the mashup is that the two performers are wearing Swift memorabilia. One of the guys sports a shirt that says "Shake It Off" and the other wears a picture of the singer looking mysterious in a black sun hat.
These amazing melodies and twists on the popular songs gave us chills. With the fast-paced tunes switching to the other slow, emotion-filled tracks, this is the best thing we've heard all week!
Even though Swift pulled all of her new songs from Spotify, the singer still sold 1.2 million albums the first week 1989 was released, according to Nielsen Soundscan. The album is the first one this year to sell more than a million copies in the first week. Clearly, T.Swift fans are alive and well!
The singer will also be starting her 1989 world tour in May 2015. The tour kicks off in Louisiana and will head to Australia after hitting North America and Europe.