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The Top 7 Covers of ‘Let It Go’ from Disney’s ‘Frozen’

‘Let It Go’ from Frozen and has been covered more times than YouTube can keep count, and Larkable has combined our top 7 favorites here:

Seven versions of the same song might be tedious, so tread carefully. We can guarantee you that should you make it to the end, you’ll be trying out for Glee club. For you music lovers out there that listen to Disney music non-stop: get ready to share this 😉

For a point of reference, here’s the original sequence of ‘Let It Go’ performed by Idina Menzel in Disney’s Frozen

7. Alex Boyé (Africanized Tribal Cover) Ft. One Voice Children’s Choir

Starting the list off is this altered cover of ‘Let It Go’ with a massive children’s choir and one incredible little girl. It’s pretty cute and a good one to begin with:

6. Court Clark

So, we’ll admit it before you even hit play, the lip-syncing is a little off (you can read in more detail on the YouTube page). However, his singing voice needs very little help. Our first male version of ‘Let It Go’ is from Court and we think you’ll enjoy what this guy has to offer:

5. Christina Bianco

This funny lady is always good for a laugh, but her singing is no joking matter. Christina sings ‘Let It Go’ in the styles of Idina Menzel, Demi Lovato, Britney Spears, Alanis Morissette, Celine Dion, Kristin Chenoweth, Adele, Julie Andrews, Barbara Streisand, Christina Aguilera, and Kelly Clarkson.

4. Sam Tsui

It’s not strictly ‘Let It Go’ but variety is the spice of life, right? This mashup of Disney’s ‘Let It Go’ and Passenger’s ‘Let Her Go’ is beautiful. You’ll put this on your favorite video list. Play it again, Sam:

3. Grace Lee

This girl gave us goosebumps. While the style doesn’t vary far from the original, her voice will get your heart pumping. This Grace is incredible:

2. The Piano Guys

If you haven’t seen these guys before, you’ve been missing out. Bringing it in at number 2–but most certainly not down a notch–is the instrumental mashup of ‘Let It Go’ and Vivaldi’s ‘Winter’. Trust us, Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson are at this spot for a reason.

1. Caleb Hyles

If alt rock is more your thing, you need look no further. With incredible build, range, passion, and pitch, Caleb will leave you wide-eyed and slack-jawed. This man can build it up like Idina herself, and you’ll see why he’s at number one:

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Honorable Mention: Pentatonix

Actually, this is a medley of songs from Frozen, but you might enjoy it as much as we did:

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