Pinoy sings Let It Go in 42 Foreign Languages! Watch the VIRAL video!

Neil Brian Bernardo, a Filipino Graphic Designer who had the crazy idea of creating a cover of Frozen’s Original Soundtrack, “Let it Go” in 42 languages. Following languages were included: Norsk (Norwegian), Slovene, Ukrainian, Portuguese (Brasil), Icelandic, Romanian, Croatian, Français, Eesti Keele (Estonian), Cantonese, Spanish (Latin America), Polsk (Polish), Latvian, Portuguese (Portugal), Mainland China Mandarin, Hebrew, Flemish, Classic Arabic, Czech, Lietuviu (Lithuanian), Slovak, Bulgarian, Nihongo (Japanese), Spanish (Castillano), Catalan, Russian, Greek, Türkçe, Svenska (Swedish), Magyar (Hungarian), Ti?ng Vi?t, Taiwanese Mandarin, Suomi (Finnish), Italiano, Thai, Nederlands (Dutch), Deutsche (German), Bahasa Melayu (Malaysian), Korean, Serbian, Dansk (Danish) and English. Sadly, Tagalog was not in the list because it does not have an official version. Watch the video below: Neil recorded it after their New Year’s celebration at around 3:30 A. M. He decided to film this video because he couldn’t get some sleep. And with the help of repeated listening and research, he managed to be familiar with the pronunciation of the words which gains approval from some netizens who have watched his video. Although, Neil admitted that he is not a very good singer but he had memorized the lyrics of this multilingual “Let It Go” that took him almost a month to memorize the lyrics.

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