From Frank Sinatra to Lil Wayne? According experimental music video group, CDZA, this is how far romantic music has come between the '50s and the present day. To prove it, CDZA made a video titled "History of Wooing Women" to showcase the evolution.
The mashup begins with The Platters' classic "Only You," which was released in 1955 and takes viewers on a musical tour from then until 2010, where we end with Enrique Iglesias' slightly less classy "Tonight (I'm F**kin' You)." Whereas dudes used to try to "hold your hand" and tell you that "you're just too good to be true," now they just let you know that they'd like to "do it like they do on the Discovery Channel" and wish you'd "back that a** up." Oh, progress...
Other artists covered in this incredible video include: The Beatles, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel, The Police, Peter Gabriel, Tenacious D, Ying Yang Twins, Eminem and Akon. Are there any other songs you wish CDZA had included?
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