YouTube star and impersonator Mikey Bolts realized Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' latest track "Uptown Funk" was a huge hit across the country.
But as a creative, viral star, Bolts decided to put his skills to good use by covering the song using voices from a popular animated series. Ladies and gentlemen, we give you "Uptown Funk" with the sounds of Family Guy.
Viewers may think they're hearing Stewie, Peter Griffin and other family members. But in reality, it's all Bolts singing the song in a variety of impersonations.
"Been recording my 'Uptown Funk' cover for the last 15 hours and I'm just about done," Bolts shared on Twitter. "Happy Tuesday!" Hey, the hard work is worth it man.
In less than 24 hours, the video has already been viewed 87,000 times. And did we mention it became a Facebook trend in a matter of hours?
Plus, if you listen carefully enough, you also may hear a few characters from American Dad and King of the Hill. We told you this guy was talented.
This isn't the first time covers of "Uptown Funk" have gone viral on the web. Just last month, a group of senior citizens got down to the Top 40 hit that puts your average AARP members' dance moves to shame.
Even President Barack Obama got in on the fun when a popular YouTube channel worked some magic. The guys behind Barackdubs decided to combine several speeches of the Commander-in-Chief together to make it sound like he was singing along to every word.
You really never know what you can find on the Internet these days. Well done, everyone!