Ke$ha and Pitbull's "Timber": See the 1950s-Style Cover!

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It's hard to imagine Ke$ha and Pitbull's upbeat club banger "Timber" being released in the 1950s, but Postmodern Jukebox's version makes it seem almost possible!

The group that made Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" sound like it was at meant for a sock hop is back with a new doo-wop spin on popular music. 

For their latest video, Pianist Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox teamed up with a capella group The Tee Tones, who provided back-up vocals, as well as saxophonist David Luther.

Listen to the amazing result below!

We're loving jazzy lead singer Robyn Adele Anderson in her retro get-up!

In addition to "Timber," Postmodern Jukebox has done covers of songs by Selena Gomez, Robyn Thicke, Lorde, Katy Perry and more. 

What do you think of their take on today's chart toppers?

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It was such bad luck for Keisha to do a song with Pitbull that she had to go to rehab, probably better stay away from him. Many cities are finding pitbull dogs so offensive that they are making laws to castrate and sterilize them. Children are killed or mauled by the dogs every month and they should be declared illegal instead of promoted in music. It is crazy what some of these artists promote, Matt. Like E from Google would say never shit with a shitter, asshole.