6 Years of Frozen: Check out the top 5 songs from the first movie

Frozen II released recently, and the first movie completed 6 years. Check out the top 5 songs from the movie.
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Frozen was released today 6 years ago and that marks its 6 year anniversary. Its sequel, Frozen II released on 22 November. Both movies have some amazing songs sung by the actors who voiced the characters. The movie is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen". This movie is Disney's 53rd animated feature film. The movies plot revolves around two sisters, one of them bearing magical ice powers (Elsa) and the other one (Anna) with a snowman (Olaf), a rugged iceman (Kristoff) and his loyal reindeer (Sven) set of to find Anna’s sister after she ran off. 

The movie has won several awards for the songs and best animated movie made. It changes the perspective of true love. The movie is more focused on the love between two sisters and how powerful it can be. It also showcases women in a positive light rather the princesses being damsels in distress who waits for some prince to save them. The was an animated short sequel titled Frozen Fever aired on TV and Olaf’s Frozen Adventure also aired. 

Here are the five songs from the first movie:

1] Let It Go 

This song has won many awards including Grammy Award. This is sung by Idina Menzel.

 

 

2] Let It Go

This is a reprise version sung by Demi Lovato. This is included in the deluxe edition of Demi. Lovato's version was officially covered in nine other languages.

3] For the First Time in Forever

This is sung by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel. There is also a reprise version sung by the two of them.

4] Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?

It was the second song on the list of all-time best-selling Christmas/holiday digital singles.

 

 

 

Also Read: Are you a fan of Frozen? Check out the top 5 moments from Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel starrer

5] Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People

This is sung by Jonathan Groff who voices Kristoff in both the movies and its short sequels. There is also a shorter version in Frozen II.

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