Kanye West’s “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” has undergone many reworks and remixes. Everyone from Hudson Mohawk to the DJ duo Dodger Stadium has put their own spin on The Life of Pablo single; however, we’re sure you’ve never heard a version like the one performed Saturday.
During the 5th Quarter Classic game featuring Florida A&M University and Tuskegee University, FAMU’s marching band played a rendition of “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1.” And, as you can see in the videos above and below, the performance was incredible.
Of course, the Marching 100 isn’t the first to shelve traditional arrangements in favor of contemporary hits. And they're definitely not the first to cover "Father Stretch My Hands." Just last month, the Norfolk State University Spartan Legion marching band played the song during the 2016 Family and Friends day.
Earlier this month, Southern University and A&M College’s marching band, The Human Jukebox, covered Drake’s hit single “Controlla.” The Southern University marching band also made headlines in 2015 for its rendition of Adele’s “Hello" during the annual "Battle of the Bands" competition. And now that homecoming season in full effect, we're sure there are more amazing covers headed our way.