Husband And Wife 'Let It Go / Into The Unknown' Mashup With Rise Up Children's Choir

Husband And Wife 'Let It Go / Into The Unknown' Mashup With Rise Up Children's Choir

In this epic cover, a husband and wife duo sing a mashup of ‘Let It Go’ and ‘Into The Unknown’ with the Rise Up Children’s Choir.


This entertaining video shows the choir of kids dancing around in matching costumes, with many of the girls wearing braids in their hair like Elsa from Frozen. Their talented voices are also highlighted in this creative mashup that is so fun to watch. There are even some aerial shots in the music video that show the children dancing on a fountain from a bird’s eye view.

The children and adults looked like they had an equally fun time making this video as they can be seen having a great time running around a park called Evermore.

Located in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Evermore is an “experience park where guests of all ages can escape to a new realm. The park is built like a European Village with a twist of fantasy with its own buildings, citizens, and epic story.”

The husband and wife singing in the video are Scott and Ryceejo Shattuck. They have their own YouTube page and make “fun, family-friendly music that people of all ages enjoy.” The two love to focus on a cappella covers, especially mashups of Disney songs. Scott and Ryceejo record, edit, and produce all of their own music. Scott also sang a cappella in college and has worked with many artists, including Ben Bram from Pentatonix. It is clear that they are both very talented singers, and listening to Scott hit those incredibly high notes in this video will leave you very impressed!

As for the Rise Up Children’s Choir, it was founded in 2019 by Amy Oakeson and Suzy Oliveira. The group is “a brand-new, Utah-based children's choir
that is comprised of children ages 6 to 18 with advanced musical training.” Scott and Ryceejo Shattuck are the musical directors of the children’s choir.