Florida A&M University put their spin on Kanye West's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" that will get you just as amped as the original.

We've seen all the memes that describe just how much LIFE is given when the first beat drops—and by now everyone definitely knows the importance of Metro Boomin's trust thanks to Kanye West's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1," so to hear it from a marching band was extra dope.

I mean, think about it—marching bands get us hyped, and so does this track, so this FAMU rendition makes all the sense in the world.

As Complex pointed out, the Marching 100 isn't the first band to cover the Yeezy track, as Norfolk State University played the track during an event earlier this year. Of course, in South Louisiana, hearing contemporary music from marching bands is nothing new being that we have The Human Jukebox, also known as the Southern University marching band, who recently played Drake's "Controlla" in one of their sets.

I would love to hear Southern's take on the Kanye track, but we'll have to wait and see.

[via Complex]