Check Out King The Kid’s Remake Of “Wrecking Ball” (VIDEO)

1x1.trans Check Out King The Kids Remake Of Wrecking Ball (VIDEO)

The band King the Kid, comprised of Ricky Ficarelli, David Frank, and Jose Mostajo, have done a hilarious remake of Miley Cyrus’ hit song “Wrecking Ball”.

Yes, the guys are super cute and half-naked in the video but they are also really talented. Check them out!

King The Kid did their own version of Miley Cyrus’ controversial music video for “Wrecking Ball”, where they also swing nude on a wrecking ball and make out with a sledgehammer.

We have to admit we’d much rather see these hotties french kiss a sledgehammer over Miley Cyrus.

King the Kid began as a group of friends playing covers of other bands that transitioned into a hot new band with great music.

Ricky Ficarelli the drummer for the band, originally from Florida that moved out to Los Angeles to pursue his music career.

David Michael Frank is a Seattle, Washington native that is the lead singer, plays guitar, and is a songwriter.

Jose Mostajo is from Atlanta, Georgia that plays guitars and writes music.

These guys are adorable and very talented. Their debut album, Start Something, is out and you can check it out here!

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