Fidlar's Low Budget Homage to Iconic Music Videos

Is that Britney Spears from the music video for "Hit Me Baby One More Time"? No, it's Zac Carper from the punk band Fidlar. Their video for the song "40 oz. on Repeat" is a tribute to famous music videos from the past 30 years, including Weezer's "Sweater Song," Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun," and George Michael's "Faith."

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They recreated all of the sets and costumes with . . . what, about $5 worth of materials? Most of the work appears to be done with just markers and cardboard. And given those limitations, they did a great job!

How many different music video references can you identify?

-via Booooooom

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