"Single Ladies" is the empowerment anthem that keeps on giving, and it's still rallying the masses—and going crazy viral in the process.
The explosive single is one of Beyoncé's favorite songs to wrap up her live show with as we've seen from On The Run and her wildly successful Mrs. Carter tours, and she loves to give it a brassy, "Dirty South" makeover with serious love from a powerful horn section. It was only a matter of time before the song got the marching band treatment, and though we're sure Florida State University's mobile musicians aren't the first to try their luck at perfecting it, they're definitely some of the most enthusiastic performers to do so!
Watch the FSU Marching Chiefs—yes, the whole band, not just the dancers—totally own the "Single Ladies" choreography down to every last step and hip-shake at the dance break. They even give Temple and their awesome take on Paramore's "Ain't It Fun" a run for their money, though we're not sure they upstaged Psy's boogie to Bey's hit. It's hard to say.
Either way, FSU? We'd put a ring on it. Watch the viral clip above.