EXCLUSIVE: You Have to Watch This Hilarious Country-fied Pop Medley From Home Free
By Sophie Schillaci
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Have you ever seen five guys put a country spin on Beyonce, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry's biggest hits? Didn't think so.
The guys of Home Free, the five-piece a cappella group that won season four of NBC's The Sing-Off, have truly outdone themselves with a brand new pop medley featuring covers of Nick Jonas, Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Rihanna and more. Watch the video, debuting exclusively on ETonline, in the player above.
"We wanted to do a gospel feel with Ariana Grande, just to be silly," Home Free's high tenor Austin Brown tells ETonline. "We all have a gospel background and a lot of our friends from The Sing-Off kind of heckle us to do more gospel stuff, so we decided to give them what they want."
The group has been plotting this medley for nearly two years, with Brown compiling a list of around 100 songs before ultimately creating a four-minute medley. "We wanted to do a country version of these pop songs in a tongue in cheek way," he explains. "Not making fun of it, but having fun with it. It came together organically."
The group, which made its Grand Ole Opry debut earlier this month, is hard at work on their third studio album. The as-yet untitled offering is expected to street this fall via Columbia Records.