Male Cover: “Let It Go” From ‘Frozen’

Disney’s Frozen was, as summarized at Rotten Tomatoes, “beautifully animated, smartly written, and stocked with singalong songs…[A]nother worthy entry to the Disney canon.”[ref]It was good, not great.[/ref] While Olaf’s “In Summer” stole the show, you can’t get “Let It Go” out of your head. The film version features Idina Menzel (of Wicked and Glee fame) on vocals, while the single (and inferior) version features Demi Lovato. Like every other song known to man, a bagillion covers showed up on YouTube. However, Caleb Hyles‘ cover below caught my attention. Listen all the way through. I was only mildly impressed with the first verse and chorus. And then he changed octaves…[ref]If you need more evidence as to how awesome this is, check out YouTube mash-up between the film and Hyles (or the duet version). For more of his vocal chops, see his beautiful rendition of “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables.[/ref]

Hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.

2 thoughts on “Male Cover: “Let It Go” From ‘Frozen’”

  1. You should check out Caleb’s other songs on YouTube. He is a truly gifted singer, being able to sing a variety of different song genres (anime, trash/metal, swing, rap, musical, rock and others) but also in different styles – check out his self produced Linkin Park cover done as acapella – – which is his 2nd highest viewed video after Let It Go. You will get goosebumps!

  2. Paul,

    I hope people will check out his other songs. I linked to his YouTube channel in the post along with his “Bring Him Home” in the footnote.

    Gifted indeed!

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