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Todrick Hall's New '90s Mash-Up Has All Our Favorite Hits, And The Dance Moves To Match

From "MMMBop" to "Wannabe," he covers it all.

If there's one thing we love, it's a good music mash-up, and Todrick Hall is the master. The American Idol alum and Broadway talent has covered artists such as Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, and Taylor Swift in his "4" series — which just so happens to feature harmonies and synchronized choreography from four versions of himself.

This week, Hall shared "4 The 90s," the ultimate mash-up of hits that's sure to put a nostalgic smile on the face of anyone who lived through "U Can't Touch This," "All Star," and everything in between. Decked out in decade-appropriate clothing (we're totally coveting that Arthur T-shirt), Hall covers songs from various artists and genres, including pop, R&B, and rock.


He starts things off with Hanson's "MMMBop," before moving into Britney Spears' "... Baby One More Time," the Spice Girls' "Wannabe," and beyond. Hits by Boyz II Men, Destiny's Child, Nirvana, and more famous names mash up into the perfect blend of '90s sounds. (The video also includes a few hits from 1989, such as Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" and Madonna's "Express Yourself," but we'll count them as honorary '90s tunes.)

That's not to mention the dancing. Hall matches the choreography perfectly to each song, and when tracks by groups such as the Backstreet Boys come up, he's already got his own four-Todrick boy band to show off the perfect in-sync (or NSYNC) moves.

Check out the full mash-up below:

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