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(YouTube)   Two drummers cover the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" theme song together. Still fresh and very tasty   ( divider line
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2765 clicks; posted to Video » on 06 Jun 2014 at 8:16 PM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

The Freshest Drum Cover In The World

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Ok, so maybe "the freshest drum cover in world" is a crazy claim, but you know what I mean :) To be clear: this is the Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air theme song, as performed by Cobus Potgieter and Jared Falk.

THIS WAS SO MUCH FUN. Jared and I thought it would be really difficult and really cool to build a single kit with two drummers sharing some drums and cymbals, specifically the kick. As you can see, we wrote some sections that really make great use of this, and we are super proud of how it turned out. Hope you enjoyed it!

Also, I mention The Cobus Method, which is my flagship instructional product. In it I teach you how to play drums entirely by ear, exactly how I learnt. I also break down how I learn songs, some basic technique, writing fills and grooves, and play along to tons of play-alongs and original music. I am suuuuper proud of it, definitely check it out asap if you're interested, since we're doing a very special promo on it right now with very limited quantities (there are about 190 left at the time of posting this cover).

This cover was recorded and engineered by Victor Guidera (as well as camera placement and lighting), featuring additional camera work by Kyle Trienke, with the audio mixed and video edited by Cobus Potgieter. Please consider supporting me on Patreon! -

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