This A Cappella Group’s Megamix Showing The ‘Evolution Of Girl Groups’ Is Seriously Giving Us Life ????

Start sharing with your friends now, because this one is going to be big.

In what is sure to be a massively viral hit soon, female a cappella group called Citizen Queen has just released a mind-blowing megamix called the Evolution Of Girl Groups that spans the last 60 years of amazing female acts and we can’t get enough of it.

The infectious 25 song medley starts in 1954 with The Chordettes’ Mr. Sandman and goes all the way to 2014’s Sledgehammer by Fifth Harmony, covering some of the greatest songs by the biggest female artists along the way.

Get ready, because it’s about to get stuck in your head for the next month.

Featuring songs from girl groups like The Supremes, Sister Sledge, Heart, TLC, Salt-N-Pepa, The Spice Girls, and Destiny’s Child, the medley not only includes some of our favorite tracks from the last 60 years but also shows the incredible evolution from doo wop love songs to empowering female anthems.

And the video is just as amazing.

Along with a switch from black and white to color that got everyone talking, the video’s choreography matched the flawless transitions in the vocals from song to song. Just listening to the track won’t be enough, you are going to want to watch the video over and over again too.

Most of those who have caught the track so far are in awe of the amazing talent from a group that seemingly just came out of nowhere, and many have found their new obsession.

With less than 100,000 views on Youtube, the track is still flying relatively under the radar, but don’t expect that to last for long.

If the Evolution Of Girl Groups is any indication expect to see a lot more from Citizen Queen in the future.

The only hard part will be having to wait for their next track.

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