Guys needed less than 2 minutes and glass bottles to delight crowd with 22 hits from the 90s
Four men from Denmark turned a party trick into their way to show art and created the group “The Bottle Boys.” One of their most recent videos has more than 30,000 views so far.
In it, the group of friends got together in the middle of a mall in Dubai with nothing but bottles and a mic to put up a show that will stay in people’s minds for a long time. They made a mashup with 22 songs of the 90s in less than two minutes.
They played everything from Mr. President’s “Coco Jambo,” to Los del Rio’s “Macarena,” Aqua’s “Barbie Girl,” La Bouche’s “Be My Lover,” and Corona’s “Rhythm of the Night" only using the bottles and the air of their lungs.
PRAISING THE GROUP
The audience around them was clearly surprised, and they started clapping following the rhythm of the mashup. When they finished, the small crowd cheered them, proving just how good was their presentation.
DIGGING INTO “THE BOTTLE BOYS”
According to Inspire More, “The Bottle Boys” created the group in 2005. They started performing on the streets and competing in talent shows and, little by little, they became famous. Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa.
THEIR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
In 2007, they launched their YouTube channel and, so far, they have more than 115,000 subscribers. In it, they upload videos of the concerts and the shows wherein they participate, proving that they can play a long list of songs with nothing but bottles.
PERFORMING SEVERAL DIFFERENT SONGS
The group has said many times that anything can be played on a bottle, something that they know firsthand as they have covered different songs, including “Thriller,” “Party Rock Anthem,” “Gangnam Style,” and so on.
ANOTHER IMPRESSIVE AND UNCOMMON ROUTINE
While impressive, they are not the only people who can make music with something unusual. An unidentified street artist put up a small table with several glasses of all shapes and sizes filled with water and played them in a way that a perfect rendition of “Hallelujah” was delivered.
His way of making art was so captivating that people around him couldn’t stop gushing about it and recording as it sounded just as if he was playing the violin and the harp. One of the most impressive aspects about it was how he nudged the table to make a quavering noise.