When Meghan Trainor released “All About That Bass” in 2014, she changed the music industry for better. Thanks to her, music became a little more body positive and accepting. And her song was able to top charts worldwide. Its popularity is the reason why a lot of people did several covers of the song, including The Roots.
But an American a cappella band Home Free did this exceptional cover of what is typically seen as a woman’s song. The group consists of five members: Austin Brown, Adam Chance, Rob Lundquist, Tim Foust, and Adam Rupp. Home Free’s music is primarily country with a cappella arrangements of popular songs, covers of country classics, and their own original songs.
The video has garnered over 16 million views since the release. When you first hear the song, it sounds different from the original version. While Meghan’s version has a bubbly and upbeat sound due to the musical instruments, Home Free sounds very different.
What makes this special, to me at least, is that when these men sing it, the song sounds like they are giving advice about women–which is the perfect complement to Meghan’s original body positivity message to women. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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