Southern University Marching Band Plays J. Cole's "Wet Dreamz"

Posted by , Feb 5, 2015 at 06:56pm

The Southern University Marching Band performs a rendition of J. Cole's "Wet Dreamz."


There's a reason that the marching band of Lousiana's Southern University is nicknamed "The Human Jukebox." In addition to their duties playing the school's fight song and other classics, they frequently cover contemporary music, even appearing in a Jonas Brothers video in 2013. Their latest cover is of particular note for hip-hop fans, as it's taken from one of the best-reviewed rap albums of last year.

There's clearly a mutual respect between the band and J. Cole (whose "Wet Dreamz" is the cover), as he tweeted "I ain't make it until I saw this" upon discovering this video. Fortunately, they keep it instrumental, so we don't have to hear the band members worry about putting on condoms for the first time.

The Southern University Marching Band performs a rendition of J. Cole's "Wet Dreamz."

There's a reason that the marching band of Lousiana's Southern University is nicknamed "The Human Jukebox." In addition to their duties playing the school's fight song and other classics, they frequently cover contemporary music, even appearing in a Jonas Brothers video in 2013. Their latest cover is of particular note for hip-hop fans, as it's taken from one of the best-reviewed rap albums of last year.

There's clearly a mutual respect between the band and J. Cole (whose "Wet Dreamz" is the cover), as he tweeted "I ain't make it until I saw this" upon discovering this video. Fortunately, they keep it instrumental, so we don't have to hear the band members worry about putting on condoms for the first time.

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