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Disney Plays the Oscar Nominated Song Let It Go in 25 Languages

 - Jan 22, 2014
References: youtube & buzzfeed
Disney’s latest release, Frozen, is garnering a lot of buzz for its Oscar-nominated song Let it Go. The company responded to the song’s growing popularity by releasing a video with the song sung in 25 languages, each by a different actress.

Let It Go, sung by Queen Elsa (voiced by Rent’s Idina Menzel) is a beautiful and heartfelt anthem of independence and self-acceptance, a vow never to conform to others' expectations or rules. The Oscar-nominated song has garnered many fans who see the song as an anthem for anyone who has ever felt alienated, devalued or uncomfortable with themselves, from the LGBTQ community to those suffering from mental illness, and even teenagers going through puberty. Let It Go is a truly remarkable song no matter the language in which it is sung.