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Watch Two Guys Cover Beyoncé’s Entire Album In Under Six Minutes

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(Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

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By Shannon Carlin

What’s better than the unexpected release of Beyoncé’s self-titled “visual” album? Two guys from an a cappella group unexpectedly pulling off the greatest cover of her album. In under six minutes, none the less.

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A new clip shows Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying, from the a cappella group Pentatonix, covering all 14 tracks on the album. Why? Because they couldn’t decide which song they wanted to cover.

But in the end, their indecisiveness is our treat. The guys manage to do justice to every song, pulling out all the best parts giving us a Bey highlight reel.

There’s a little “surfboardt” action, a harmonious “XO” duet and a rousing round of “I woke up like this.” And if that wasn’t enough, they end it all with a little mash-up of every song.

The guys’ sweet, sweet voices almost makes us forget that one of their shirts has surfboart spelled wrong. Almost.

Watch the under 6-minute cover below.

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