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If You've Ever Wanted To Dance To The Words Of A Disney's Princess, Now's Your Chance

Here are 11 new ways to hear your favorite movie quotes

We've all been transported to another world when we've heard a particularly awesome song. Sometimes it happens with the songs we hear from our favorite shows and movies.

What if I told you that there's a musician that can transport you directly to a movie or television show -- or ~*five*~ at the same time -- and make you want to dance while you do it?

Pogo, a.k.a. Nick Bertke, is "a music producer and remix artist based in Perth, Western Australia," as he says on his website.

The EDM-esque musician takes the dialogue from a wide range of TV shows and movies -- from Dexter to Spongebob Squarepants to Alice in Wonderland -- and turns them into catchy, chill, and sometimes dancey tracks. He even made the dialogue in iCarly into a song, y'all.

The man is talented.

His unique crafting of cross-genre dance music has gained over 110 million plays on YouTube, and major entertainment studios have already started hiring him to do work for them directly, too. Hear hear for creativity. 💃

Scroll down for an 11-song playlist of his most inspired work.

  1. Harry Potter

    ...and the Chamber of 808s.

  2. Alice in Wonderland
  3. Terminator
  4. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
  5. Mary Poppins

    🎶 A spoon full of techno makes the medicine go down 🎶

  6. Monsters, Inc.
  7. iCarly

    This is super catchy. Go Miranda Cosgrove and friends. 🎤

  8. The Muppet Show

    The '70s vibe adds something special to this.

  9. The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4NCnH7RPZY

    He remixed the theme song and made it more spectacular.

  10. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  11. Back to the Future
  12. Spongebob Squarepants

    Spongebob, clubgoer.

  13. Dexter

    Never has serial killing been something you could have a cocktail and flirt to (well, to my knowledge). 💀

To keep up with Pogo's amazingly unique work, take a look at his stuff on YouTube, follow him on Twitter, or follow him via his website and Soundcloud.


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