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Timeflies Tuesday: Our Top 10 Favorite TFT Videos

Hip-hop/pop/dance duo Timeflies––comprised of vocalist Cal Shapiro and DJ/producer Rob “Rez” Resnick––formed in 2010 after meeting at Tufts University. In 2011, shortly before being widely recognized and blowing up big-time the duo began posting “Timeflies Tuesday” videos on Youtube. The…

Hip-hop/pop/dance duo Timeflies––comprised of vocalist Cal Shapiro and DJ/producer Rob “Rez” Resnick––formed in 2010 after meeting at Tufts University.

In 2011, shortly before being widely recognized and blowing up big-time the duo began posting “Timeflies Tuesday” videos on Youtube. The videos were basically covers/remixes/mash-ups of popular songs, and quickly became a huge hit. Since the beginning (first TFT video was put up on March 8, 2011), Cal and Rez have continued cranking out TFT videos every Tuesday, even while working on original music and touring around the country.

Among the nearly 100 Timeflies Tuesday videos on their Youtube channel, here are 10 of our favorites (in no particular order). Bare with us, as it was rather difficult choosing just 10, there are so many great ones:

Die Young––January 8, 2013 (3.59 million views)

Call Me Maybe––April 24, 2012 (3.80 million views)

Under the Sea––January 31, 2012 (3.77 million views)

So Good––May 22, 2012 (1.25 million views)

Wayward Son––June 14, 2011 (2.53 million views)

Space Jam––November 29, 2011 (1.50 million views)

Cool Kids––October 21, 2014 (880 thousand views)

Stay High––October 28, 2014 (1.05 million views)

We Can’t Stop––September 10, 2013 (3.08 million views)

Wagon Wheel––June 4, 2013 (1.19 million views)

Which Timeflies Tuesday episode is your personal favorite? Let us know in the comment section below!

Also, be sure to check out their Youtube page and subscribe if you’d like to keep up with all of their TFT vids when they release them each week.

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About the author

Ben is a 23-year old communications major (with a track in media production) at Salisbury University––located in Salisbury, MD. He's just one semester shy of finishing his degree, as he's set to graduate in December 2015. Ben grew up in Centreville, MD as a huge sports fan. He owns and operates two sports websites (All-Out Blitz and Ahead in the Count) in addition to Music Overload. He has already accomplished quite a bit in the sports media industry, so now he's looking to make an impact within the music and entertainment media industry with M-O.

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