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Todrick Hall Covers Beyonce’s 5 Albums In 4 Minutes — Watch

Wed, April 29, 2015 5:48pm EDT by 1 Comment

Holy moly this is amazing. Former ‘American Idol’ contestant Todrick Hall has just released his inner Beyonce, and you need to watch the video.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to listen to all of Beyonce‘s albums in under 5 minutes time? Well, wonder no more because Todrick Hall, best known for competing on season 9 of American Idol and constantly releasing amazing YouTube videos, has performed 70 (!!!) selections from all five of Queen Bey’s albums– and he did it in just 4 minutes. It’s absolutely insane. Check it out right now!

Todrick Hall’s Beyonce Covers

Okay honestly, even Beyonce would be impressed with this.

In a potentially internet-breaking video, the uber talented Todrick Hall covers all of B’s most iconic songs– and he gets help only from himself! In four separate frames, all mashed together, Todrick breaks down basically every Beyonce song ever.

Filming four separate versions of himself (all clad in the same crewneck t shirt in different covers) the gifted singer starts off with a classic right off the bat: “Me, Myself and I,” and it’s obviously very ironic. From there, we venture into other standards including “Love On Top,” “Halo,” “Run the World,” and, of course, “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On it).”

Honestly, we’ll shut up now so you can just go ahead and watch this bonkers musical feat!

More Todrick Coming Our Way

When he’s not recording mind-blowing online videos, Todrick is otherwise keeping very busy– and that means great news for all of us.

MTV has just announced that they are producing a new series called (what else?) Todrick, which will give audiences a glimpse into all that goes into Todrick’s online masterpieces. The series, which does not have a release date just yet, will follow Todrick and his crew in a weekly docu-series, documenting his struggle to follow his passion while paying his bills.

What do you think of Todrick’s Beyonce cover?

— Casey Mink