‘DuckTales’ Theme Song Slow Jam Hilarious! Watch Video Of Scott Bradlee And Saturday Morning Slow Jams Turning Cartoon Theme Into ‘90s R&B (VIDEO)

Ever wonder what the DuckTales theme song would sound like as a slow jam? Well thanks to Scott Bradlee, we don’t have to wait any longer to find out.

Scott Bradlee

Bradlee has started a new YouTube series called Saturday Morning Slow Jams. As the name implies, Postmodern Jukebox is creating

Watch Scott Bradlee’s slow jam of the DuckTales theme song below. And if you (like us) can’t stop listening to it, you can go ahead and download it on iTunes.slow jam version of popular cartoon theme songs. The series started with a new take on the Pokemon theme song, which received half a million views in a week.  The DuckTales slow jam, which also features singer POW!GRL and musicians Steve Sweat, Chip Thomas and Adam Kubota, has already received more than 144,000 views  since being posted online Saturday.

Even better, Scott Bradlee is taking suggestions for the next video in the Saturday Morning Slow Jams series. Might we suggest the Tiny Toons theme song?

In case you need any more 1990s nostalgia, check out the original, non-slow-jam DuckTales theme song below.

Before making this slow jam of the DuckJams theme song, Bradlee became a YouTube sensation through his group, Postmodern Jukebox. The band is known for its retro versions of popular songs. Already the group has produced a doo-wop take on Ke$ha’s “Timber,” and a bluegrass rendition of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.”

“I like to say that we put current pop songs into a time machine and take them back to bygone eras,” Bradlee said of Postmodern Jukebox. “But, if they’re a Seinfeld (or Superman) fan, I’d simply call it a bizarro-world of pop music.”

Melissa Siegel

Melissa Siegel is a writer and journalist based in a suburb of New York City.

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