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Watch Weezer cover Oukast’s ‘Hey Ya’

  • Published on: Jun 18, 2017 - 3:40 PM
  • Source: NME

Watch Weezer cover Oukast’s ‘Hey Ya’The band show their love of the 2003 single. Weezer surprised fans with a cover of OutkastWeezer covered Outkast‘s ‘Hey Ya’ during their set at Firefly Music Festival on Friday (June 16). The festival saw performances from Muse, The Weeknd, Chance the Rapper, Bob Dylan and Twenty One Pilots. Weezer’s set featured songs from across their 20-year-long discography, along with a surprise cover of Outkast’s iconic single. Watch a clip of the cover below. Bucket List: Weezer ✔️ #firefly2017 A post shared by John Carlson (@john_carlson98) on Jun 17, 2017 at 10:22am PDT Earlier …

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