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Activision reveals crowd-sourced music video results for Guitar Hero Live

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100,000 videos generated

I'm generally not a fan of lip-sync videos, but it looks like Activision managed to round up quite a few people into their newest scheme for Guitar Hero Live. The gist is that people are tasked with creating a video for Ed Sheeran's "Sing," and over 100,000 fans participated.

The final product includes Stephen Curry, Shaquille O'Neal, Erin Andrews, and "Vine Star" King Bach (the world is moving so fast, guys). The best part is that it's actually playable in-game starting today, and the video was edited by Alan Chimenti, who worked on Katy Perry's "Roar."

Haha, what a weird world we live in. 

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