Freddie Mercury was a great singer and the lead vocalist of the British rock band Queen, which many of us can relate to.
Queen had a number of hits but one song is probably more famous than the others: "We Are the Champions."
It has been played billions of times world wide and is often used to salute champions at various sports events.
Although Freddie is no longer among us, his music and his voice still is and will be forever.
We are accustomed to hearing Queen as a rock band playing instruments, but what would it sound like if the instruments suddenly were taken away?
Playback.FM wondered about just that so they did it. They edited out all the instruments, leaving us just the vocals of Freddie, Brian, Roger and John.
"We love Queen and Freddie Mercury, so we've edited 4 concert films including a rare recording session of "We Are The Champions" and synced them all up to the isolated vocals in honor of the late, great, Freddie Mercury. This video showcases his presence and consistency as the ultimate stage man. RIP Freddie. You are a rock god," Playback.FM writes.
And here it is with instruments, which I must admit sounds better:
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