From the collective who brought us "History of Whistling," "History of Lyrics That Aren't Lyrics," and most newsworthily, "Zuckerberg: The Musical," now comes a seven-man, one-piano rendition of Jay-Z and Kanye West's most viral song, "Niggas in Paris."
The cdza, short for Collective Cadenza, is made up of singers, whistlers, pianists and all-around creative types. They lean on their stable of pianists for "Pianists in Paris," which is a far cry from the epilepsy-inducing original. The instrumental, OK Go-esque video uses the piano both as their prop and collective instrument, with results we wouldn't mind seeing repeated at classical music concert.
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