A musical Zelda fan Covert an absolute cult song in a unique way – with its Nintendo 3DS. The Youtuber uses the instruments that are available to him in the hit The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask for his version of the pop classic Africa al1.
With the beading cover of a popular 80s pop hits, a Zelda fan ensures a stir. The Youtuber Bigfatfrown plays in a video Africa of Toto , but gives the song a new twist: he does not need real instruments for this, but alone with the musical instruments from the Nintendo classic The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
Majora’s Mask: Zelda Fan Covert Africa of Toto
In The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask as a player, as a player, gets some instruments into the hands, underneath the guitar of the waves and the decu pipes , with which their puzzles can solve by stating their simple tunes. Youtuber Bigfatfrown now demonstrates that the legendary instruments can do much more – and cover with them on the Nintendo 3D’s cult song Africa of Toto.
Look at the Africa cover in Majora’s Mask:
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Bigfatfrown succeeds this musical feat by creating several tracks in his video and thus produces a surprisingly full sound with melody and beats . The Youtuber uses tracks with decu pipes, the ocarina, guitars and bongos to bring the cult song to the Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask to life.
Nintendo fans celebrate cult-cover
With over 1.5 million calls and rich 161,000 upvotes , the Africa cover undoubtedly found an enthusiastic audience on YouTube. Commentators celebrate the video, even refer to the masterpiece and admire the talent and the devotion that were necessary for it.
Bigfatfrown may also congratulate the community in the future with other covers of this caliber. After all, on his channel, he has already posted a simples 15 seconds long covers from the A-Ha-hit Take on me.
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A Zelda fan uses the instruments in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask to play the pop classic Africa of Toto. Everything he needs is his Nintendo 3DS and a cutting program to lay the different tracks on top of each other. Fans are excited about the cover.