Think you’ve heard every single version of Frozen‘s “Let it Go” that is available in the world?
Well, you might be wrong about that because it was revealed that Disney release a record which features 50 different versions of the hit song this past Tuesday (April 15). Originally sang by Idina Menzel (or Adele Dazeem, up to you), the song was first cover by pop star Demi Lovato before the film hit theaters and became a hands down hit following the onslaught of the world covering it and even crooning it out on the car.
Don’t lie, you’ve done it too.
The album will feature version of the song sang in different languages including Arabic, Dutch, Finnish, German Greek and many, many more. The album is currently available on Amazon and can be purchase there. Some behind-the-mic footage from the recordings has been made available; watch it now.
Frozen has now broken so many records, it’s hard to keep it in check. The soundtrack has spent ten weeks at number one on the Billboard 200, has gone platinum selling over 2.1 millions copies, made composer Robert Lopez the youngest person to become an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winner) and parents are shelling out thousand so their children can get official Disney merchandise from the film.
When you have a hit, you have a hit. Lion King, beware, Elsa and Anna are coming for your title.