Teens Burst Out Into Gospel Cover of 'Hotline Bling' In Walmart to Customers' Delight
A Florida teen has put a unique spin on Drake's hit 'Hotline Bling,' surprising unsuspecting shoppers at a department store with the distinctive rendition.
A Florida teen has put a unique spin on Drake’s hit "Hotline Bling," surprising unsuspecting shoppers at a department store with the distinctive rendition.
DeWayne Crocker Jr., 19, and three friends were at Walmart when they broke out in song, walking through the store as they sang a gospel version of the R&B track.
Shoppers clapped and cheered as Pensacola native Crocker crooned and hit impressively high notes, harmonizing with his equally talented friends.
Crocker, who has been performing since he was 13, told INSIDE EDITION that he and his friends sing in public frequently.
He was inspired to put his spin on the hit after he heard another R&B version on YouTube.
By Thursday his video had amassed more than 600,000 views and 20,000 shares.
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