Ever wonder what the song "Let it go" from Disney's hit movie Frozen would sound like in Klingon? Me neither but then again, something like that would never even occur to me. But it did occur to Jen Usellis, who performs as the Klingon Pop Warrior.
Listen as she belts out her Klingonese version, called "yIbuSQo'":
After Reddit user staq16 posted the song to Reddit’s Star Trek subreddit earlier this month, the track quickly earned mad parmaq from the forum’s community. However, while most users thought the song was on point, some took issue with the fact that Klingons are known for not enjoying the cold—nor letting things go. They also apparently don’t do a lot of other things.
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Idina Menzel, the voice of Elsa from Frozen, closed out her Dallas area concert on July 30th by inviting children to sit on stage. She picked out the one boy in the sea of girls and brought him up to sing the film's hit song, "Let it Go."
And sing he did. Wow.
The boy, 11-year-old Luke Chacko, owned the stage like a pro. Menzel was so wowed that she demanded an immediate encore. He, of course, got a standing ovation from the audience.
In a post-concert news interview, Luke describes Menzel's performance as, "amazing" and furthered, "She talked to the audience. She took people on a journey which is really important to music."
He continued, "I know boys don't like 'Let it Go' because it's a girls' song but, I mean, songs are for everyone. It's music. It's art." (A-men.)
I imagine we'll be hearing more of this talented young man in the future.
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