Stranded on a Train? Singing Drake Will Help Get You Through

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To keep it all the way real, being stranded absolutely sucks. Luckily, a group of stranded train passengers in NYC found out that Drake's music is good for more than just dancing, mourning over an old flame or trying to get something poppin' with a new bae. After being stuck underground for two hours on a stalled train, the commuters kept their sanity during the delay by singing songs by Drizzy, The Weeknd and Fetty Wap. Apparently, restlessness sparks some major creativity as the passengers even remixed some of the lyrics to reflect their situation.

In the video that was uploaded to YouTube, passengers who were eventually transferred to a "rescue train" can be seen rapping along to Drake's "Hotline Bling" (although they didn't quite break down the dance moves like Drake), Fetty Wap's "My Way" and The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face."

It seems like the train passengers took a cue from the group of amazingly talented Broadway performers who spent their layover singing Disney's greatest hits in the airport. We're assuming none of them were having any issues with their iPhone 6s batteries or else this could've been a totally different situation.

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