To start your next adventure down the YouTube rabbit hole, we recommend this version of Dua Lipa's "New Rules" music video that — get this — takes out the actual music.
The channel (which, yes, takes requests) has been publishing music-less music videos for nearly four years. The first one they did was Pharrell's "Happy" in 2014.
Since then, some of their biggest videos have amassed millions of views — like this one of Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass."
This music-less music video of Perry's "ROAR" has been seen 2.7 million times — and it's honestly our fave because of all the filled-in jungle sound effects.
And of course, all members of the Camila Crew will be happy to know there's a version of "Havana," too.
Besides pop hits, the Without Music channel has also tackled other iconic musical moments, like the "Friends" intro.
So, what do you guys think re: music-less music videos? Totally weird... or kind of cool??
You can catch all of these videos and more on the Without Music channel.
This post was translated from Spanish.