And we all KNOW that "In the Air Tonight" is an wonderful song, so I'm sure that when we all watched the twins hear it for the first time, we all were just waiting to see their reaction to that one moment; you know which one I'm talking about- THE.
But their latest video, which features Mr Collins' hit 1981 track, In The Air Tonight, has won them reams of fans. Their reaction to Dolly Parton's "Jolene" generated a whopping 1.8 million views last month, while their reviews of the Carpenters' "We've Only Just Begun" and opera star Luciano Pavarotti have both earned over half-a-million views.
"I have in no way seen nobody drop a defeat three minutes in the music!"
"Y'all sleeping on Phil Collins, look him up", they excitedly tell their young followers.
When the guys listened to "Jolene" for the first time, they called the track "a banger" and said they appreciated the story-telling. The exact same working day they uploaded the now-viral Phil Collins reaction online video, they also uploaded reactions to 5 other songs, including "Ex-Element" by Lauryn Hill, "Superstition" by Stevie Marvel and "White The us" by Eminem. "I didn't expect that", they effused after listening to the song. "Men and women you should not open to stage exterior their ease and comfort zone and just react to new music they do not know". It is what acquired them carrying out a lot more older tunes, he reported, typically whatever people today requested. Tim and Fred have gained popularity from posting their reactions to songs that they have never heard. Somebody needs to introduce these brothers to Wayne's World; they're going to lose their minds.
If you want to experience true joy for the next 45 minutes or so, spend some time browsing their YouTube channel.
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