Remember That Green Screen Project Shia LaBeouf Did? Someone Combined Numerous Videos Into One Epic Song!
Looks like somebody had a little too much fun with all the Shia LaBeouf green screen videos floating around YouTube. By piecing together cuts of said videos along with autotune, a new video of Shia LaBeouf singing was made. Not only that, it is going viral on YouTube too.
In a related report by the Inquisitr, Shia LaBeouf first introduced the world to a 30 minute-long monologue in front of a green screen. Those who have video editing experience were encouraged to use the footage to create some very interesting videos that the rest of the YouTube nation could enjoy. One such video actually became motivational as a part of Shia’s speech (the ever-so-famous “Just Do It!” part) had a TED Talk background incorporated in the green screen area. Needless to say, it became an epic motivational video for those pursuing their dreams.
As mentioned earlier, someone found the time to video edit all the Shia LaBeouf green screen videos into one spectacular music video. It was uploaded on schmoyoho (the person who is most likely responsible for creating the video in the first place) on his YouTube page on June 5, 2015. The detail that best describes said video is provided by schmoyoho himself in which he wrote the following.
“Shia LaBeouf delivers the most inspiring inspirational anthem in the history of anthems, which includes the band U2, even.”
It’s debatable if Shia LaBeouf’s “music video” is better than U2, but the consensus among the public is quite popular to the point that it is currently the 10th most watched video on YouTube as proven by the #PopularOnYouTube list. With over 667,000 views, there are over 19,000 likes, and just a little over 600 dislikes. Still, the video has some wiggle room to grow, given the fact it that it was uploaded only two days ago.
Now that you’ve watched the inspirational music video by Shia LaBeouf, what are your views? Entertaining or a wasteful dud?
[Image via YouTube Screen Capture]