Peterson Farm Bros. Get ‘Fancy’

(Peterson Farm Bros.)

The Peterson Farm Bros. have taken their on the farm parody videos to another level with a medley of five pop hits from 2014.

The songs in order are:

  • Turn Down For What by DJ Snake
  • Talk Dirty by Jason Derulo
  • All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor
  • Fancy by Iggy Azalea
  • Let it Go from the movie Frozen

With the lyrics of the songs changed and put into a mashup the new titles are as follows:

  • Throttle Down For What
  • Talk Farming To Me
  • All About That Beef
  • I’m So Farmer
  • Let It Grow

At more than 36,000 views as of 9:45 a.m. CST on Oct. 28, I'm So Farmer (Farm Parody Medley) will have some work to do to catch-up to the viral hits Farmer Style (Gangnam Style Parody) and I'm Farming and I Grow It (Parody Song).

Take some time to watch the video and jam out to what should be the Peterson Farm Bros. next biggest hit.


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