Joe Jeremiah has found quite niche for himself in the Internet world: 8-bit covers of famous songs -- and amazing, intricate covers at that.
Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody” is the latest in Jeremiah’s growing catalog of 8-bit covers, which he calls “A-bit of 8-bit.” Among his most popular remakes are a collection of Daft Punk songs (of which there are two editions), Nintendo themes and Skrillex covers.
8-bit music is often referred to as "chiptune" music, because it emulates the music produced by the sound chips of early computers and video game consoles. Some chiptune artists actually use old Nintendo Gameboys and Commodore 64s, while others employ modern synthesizers and emulators.
All of Jeremiah's covers are arguably impressive, but Jeremiah himself is especially proud of his remake of "Bohemian Rhapsody," so whether or not you're a Queen fan, you should definitely give it a listen.
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