The Best Musical Tributes To The New Super Smash Bros. (So Far)

Super Smash Bros. has incredible music, and plenty of it. It's no wonder, then, that the game's legions of fans have been playing around with it. There are countless remixes, covers, and chopped and screwed versions of Smash songs online already, with more undoubtedly to come. Here are some of our favorites.

Many thanks to the Smashboards forum for tipping me off to the vibrant world of Smash musicians with its regular highlights of epic fan-made renditions. Now strap on some headphones, and prepare yourself for an afternoon full of glorious, often-silly, and always creative Smash-themed songs.



Because what better way is there to start a musical round-up than with kazoos?




With A Friggin' Choir:

So. Many. Electric Guitars.

Remixes Galore:

There are so many remixes online that I started to lose track of them a few seconds after first entered a few search terms into Google. Some are solid extended plays of memorable songs, others take much greater creative license with the music. Let's start with one of my personal favorites as a unabashed rap nerd:

For all your Smash raving needs:

I don't know if I'd called this Smashmouth mashup "good" per se. But it's certainly...well...something. Something that makes me very, very embarassed for my pre-teen self.

YouTubers Crunchii and Sonic Zeki both have a ton of other Smash songs you should also check out on their respective channels.

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Let me know if I missed any good ones, or if you have your own piece of Smash music you'd like to throw into the ring as well!


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Kuanhung Chen

People sure love Nintendo contents, just not Nintendo itself. Smash Bros 4's sales is no where close to the ones before.