Look, I'm usually not that big a fan of a capella groups, but this is on another level. Beyoncé has had a huge career spanning decades, and terrible, terrible fashion eras — it's hard to even comprehend fitting all that in to one little, nearly 6-minute song, but somehow, this talented little group managed to pull it off. The a capella group Pentatonix revealed their "Evolution of Beyoncé" video quietly late last week, and, to put it simply, it's amazing.
It starts off with a classic: Destiny Child's hit song "Bills, Bills, Bills," which you know you still know the words to from 1999. From there, it transitions into an impressive rendition of "Jumpin' Jumpin'," before heading into Destiny Child's later hits like "Bootylicious." Sadly, that belly chain everyone was wearing does not make an appearance, but nothing's perfect.
After that, it goes into the beginnings to Beyoncé's solo career with "Crazy in Love," all the way until "Halo" from her 2008 album, "I Am...Sasha Fierce." That's 1999 to 2008, right there!
The group, which features five 20-something singers, is apparently quite the little YouTube sensation — they even released a Christmas album on iTunes.
You can check the video out below.