All About That Bass Video Featuring Haley Reinhart Goes Viral

If you’ve been on Facebook lately, there’s a good chance you’ve come across some familiar faces on your timeline. Postmodern Jukebox’s recent new cover of “All About That Bass” was uploaded to the website, and has now gone viral.

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On Facebook, the video currently has 20,243,557 views (and counting). 20 MILLION! Along with that it has 130,000+ likes, and over 450,000 shares. (It’s getting roughly 10 new shares per minute!). The video also just reached 1 million views on YouTube as of yesterday.

On top of the recent success of this video, they officially have the approval from the original singer/songwriter Meghan Trainor herself! She tweeted this today:

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This version of the song is currently sitting at #1 on the iTunes Jazz charts. Own it for a buck 29 here!

I couldn’t be happier to see a video involving Haley blow up, it’s helping her get some of the recognition she deserves.

Here are some notable comments found on the Facebook video:


“Casey Abrams and Haley Reinhart…Just goes to show, the great ones are not always (usually) AI winners.”


“Love their style! I knew we would see more of them after they were on TV. They have such incredible talent.”


“Gotta share this. Outstanding. The First Singer is Haley Reinhart. Possibly the next Christina Aguilera. Incredible voice and jazz talent.”


“I’m so in love with that girls voice at the beginning. I could listen to her sing all day with my eyes closed.”

“Wow. Haley Reinhart hasn’t lost a beat since American Idol. She was the best singer then and still is.

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Haley Reinhart Collaboration with Postmodern Jukebox

Haley Reinhart is collaborating with Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox! They are known for taking current hit pop songs and turning them into older sounding jazz classics. They’ve taken songs such as Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”, and also Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass”, and turned them into entirely different sounding songs (in a very, very good way).

Their YouTube channel has been a huge success, they have almost 900,000 subscribers, and have millions of views on their videos. Their most popular video alone has over 11,000,000 views.

This is an awesome opportunity for Haley to show off her skills, and also just to have a little fun, hopefully gaining some new fans in the process! We don’t know what song Haley chose to perform with them yet, but we should find out soon! They filmed the video Saturday, December 6th.

Here’s our only sneak peek so far:

Be on the look out for Haley’s video coming soon. Until then, take a look at Casey Abram’s video he did with Scott and Postmodern Jukebox, putting a jazz spin on Sam Smith’s “I’m Not The Only One”.

Haley Reinhart Debuts New Song and New Covers at Room 5

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(Photo credit for picture above & below: Greg Williams)

Haley closed out the show featuring Dylan Chambers and Mark Ballas last Tuesday night at the Room 5 Lounge in Hollywood California. It was an awesome night, filled with great music and lots of talent. And I mean LOTS of talent considering half of the Dancing with the Stars cast seemed to be there to support their fellow cast mate Mark Ballas. Celebrities in attendance included Mark’s parents, Shirley and Corky Ballas. Also, Sadie and Korie Robertson, and Chrys Howard from the hit A&E TV show “Duck Dynasty”. Other dancers including Derek Hough, Witney Carson, Sasha Farber, Allison Holker, plus more were also there! Janel Parrish (actress from the popular TV show “Pretty Little Liars”) and Bethany Mota (Famous YouTube Video Blogger) who are both also on this season of Dancing with the Stars were in attendance as well.

Dylan Chambers opened the show with his own catchy originals, while showing off his guitar skills, and with memorable Prince and Amy Winehouse covers. Mark Ballas took the stage next, playing many songs off his recently released EP “Kicking Clouds”. He also gave an amazing performance of his song “She”, which he dedicated to his grandmother who had passed away last year. Haley closed the show with quite the memorable set, with guests Albert “Beatalks” Marzano on drums, Clare Reynolds and Casey Abrams on a few songs from the night.

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Her 10 song setlist included:

Better

Wasted Tears

My Cake

Pathetic (New cover)

Knock Me Out (New song!)

Love is Worth Fighting For

All About That Bass (New cover)

Cry Me a River

Show Me Your Moves

Helter Skelter

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(Rachel Calderon Photography)

You don’t want to miss the debut of Haley’s new song “Knock Me Out” accompanied by Clare Reynolds on the piano and backup vocals. Clare is a singer/songwriter who wrote this new song with Haley. She also co-wrote “Love is Worth Fighting For” as well, which Haley debuted a few months back at Room 5.

Also a first, Haley and Casey’s fun new cover which seems to be a fan favorite was Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass”.

Another new cover was Eric Hassle’s “Pathetic”, which truly showcases Haley’s vocal abilities. This is a must see!

“@HaleyReinhart so stunning, gorgeous, and a voice of rich Velvet outstanding show tonight, and what a “Cake” UR lovely :)”

(Tweeted by Mark’s dad Corky Ballas)

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(Rachel Calderon Photography)

For anyone who missed the show, there is a playlist of Haley’s entire set courtesy of @HaleysTusk! Watch it if you haven’t already, you don’t want to miss out: