Jonathan Young: Frozen’s “Let It Go” Power Metal Cover Music Review

Jonathan Young is no stranger to covering Disney songs. In fact, he has covered “Let It Go” previously. This time, however, he brings a “power metal” sound to it.

“Let It Go” started out as one of Disney’s most popular princess song after it premiered with the movie ‘Frozen’ in 2013 with the talented Idina Menzel performing. However, it became the bane of many parents as their children played it and song it. It became somewhat of a meme. It has no shortage of covers, so why would a popular YouTuber musician want to cover such a song?

Well, Jonathan Young is no stranger to tackling tough projects, including original projects like “Jetpack Race.” His original cover of “Let It Go” had a standard hardcore rock sound. This time, he ups the ante with this new version. He brings a decidedly metal sound to it. It rocks hard and Young’s strong voice carries the song out of being annoyance into something you can fist bump to. Hey, it was a surprise to me too, especially hearing the original cover. I think that we will see more awesome content from Young, not just these cool covers, but also more original albums.

Check out the music video below:

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my reviews of Lindsey Stirling’s “League of Legends ‘Wild Rift’,” Elina Laivera’s “I Will Remember,” The Piano Guys’ “Better Days,” and Rend Collective’s “Year of Victory.” Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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