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State Of Fifths Serve Up Serious Dance Vibes In David Guetta Cover Video

State of Fifth's latest video is absolutely sick!

Seriously, there's no better way to describe it.

The coed a cappella group from Michigan State University is off the charts with their live performance of David Guetta's "2U." The video is an adrenaline rush from start to finish with some of the most exhilarating percussion and energy we've heard all year. 

State of Fifths kicks off their video with a beatbox breakdown that's absolutely to die for. And where some groups struggle with incorporating such an element into a full performance, it works wonderfully with the nature of the song. From here, things only continue to get better in their adrenaline-packed EDM tune.

The group's ability to use such rhythmic and airy vocals creates one infectious dance vibe that had us moving as we followed along.
The group's dynamics are show-stopping as well, building all the way till the very end.

Did we also mention that there's another sweet beatbox breakdown halfway?

The group's stunning vocals, which are to die for, are further enhanced by the stellar production of none other than The Vocal Company. The polished and pristine sound rings through in a way that's simply flawless. And if after all of this you're still not won over by the group, State of Fifth soloist Zach Craig's steamy vocals will deliver the final blow. Craig's higher register is phenomenal, displaying intensity, control and a smoothness that's mesmerizing.

Trust us, you'll be hooked after watching.