Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig Sings a 'Seinfeld'-Centric Remake of John Lennon’s “Imagine”

“Imagine ‘Seinfeld’ back on TV”

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Ezra Koenig recently did an off-the-cuff remake of John Lennon’s “Imagine” during his Beats 1 show Time Crisis. The impromptu Seinfeld-focused rendition was part of a conversation about the Twitter account Seinfeld2000, which imagines what a modern-day version of the classic show would be. Koenig is a noted fan of both Seinfeld and Seinfeld2000, having previously made a soundtrack for a Seinfeld-themed video game created by the man behind the famed account. You can listen to the light-hearted remake for yourself below.

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