Robin Williams Gets Autotuned, And It's Way Better Than You Think

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Aug. 21, 2014

After the death of Robin Williams, the internet was flooded with the saddest tributes imagineable. I'd never seen so many drawings of Aladdin's genie crying before. But now that some time has passed and most of us are just tired of being so damn sad, it's time to start celebrating his life. And what better way than creating a song using his most memorable lines set to a beat with the help of some autotune. Enjoy!

Right?? Not bad, not bad at all. Especially since nowadays if I see autotune mentioned anywhere, it gives me a minor headache. But I'm glad I stopped to give this one a shot. Pretty damn catchy.

You can actually buy the track HERE at Melody Sheep's bandcamp page. I'm certainly considering donating to the guy. Maybe that'll sorta make up for the fact that I was always too young to donate to Comic Relief.

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Emil-Majercik-606 User

Say what you want. I think Robin would approve. I just wish someone closer to him had realized how close to the edge he was.

Ontarioguy User

I'm torn between respecting his wishes to die and wanting more of him. I realize one is selfish.

Alliest User

This is a disgrace to his death.

busy-monster User

@Alliest Actually, it was fitting. Most of Generation X and Y, and especially the Millennials, forget that he was an amazing dramatic actor-- good will hunting, insomnia, one hour photo, good morning, vietnam etc.  This combines both his humorous and uplifting roles into one video. Instead of remembering all of his comedic accomplishments, which were many, it's better to remember the man, who was much more complex, both in the roles he could play and what he said.