The Video For “Uptown Funk” Without The Music Is Still Super Funky

The clip was made by the same people who removed the music from the Friends opening credits.

1. Dutch ad agency House of Halo has created yet another intriguing video by removing the music from Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” video.

As it says in the video’s description on YouTube, it does weirdly still sound funky.

The clip was uploaded on Wednesday and is already closing in on half a million views.

2. House of Halo has created a number of these videos in the past, including this version of Pharrell’s “Happy” that went viral.

It has so far been watched over 2.7 million times.

3. And last month the agency removed the theme tune from the Friends opening credits.

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The results were quite startling and showed off the cast’s apparent lack of dancing skills.

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