Watch College Kids Test Their Knowledge Of Famous Songs From The '70s

"Get ready to be disappointed, everybody!"

Fine Brothers Entertainment has released another segment of their wonderful series Do They Know It? and this time, they're taking us back to the 1970s. The series tests the knowledge of different generations when it comes to music, movies, TV shows, slang, and more. In the past, we laughed as parents responded to memes, cried as we realized college kids don't know the joy that is '80s music, and felt super old watching teens try to guess the names of songs from the early 2000s

In the latest installment, men and women currently in college were the ones sitting in the hot seat again. Today's college kids are typically born between 1996 and 2000, so we were definitely curious to see if they recognized hits from the '70s. 


On the playlist for the day was Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive," John Lennon's "Imagine," Stevie Wonder's "Superstition," AC/DC's "Highway to Hell," and more. After listening to each song, they're asked to name the title and artist. 

Watch them guess in the video below:

Interestingly enough, most of the eight college kids were able to name the song title for six out of seven songs. Only a few knew Olivia Newton-John's song "Hopelessly Devoted to You," but the rest of the songs were correctly guessed by a majority of the participants. Unfortunately, guessing the names of the artists didn't go so well. Aside from Stevie Wonder and AC/DC, very few artists were guessed correctly by more than a few people. Only one person knew "I Will Survive" was by Gloria Gaynor and a whopping zero knew "Play That Funky Music" is sung by Wild Cherry. 

Here's to hoping they head back to their dorms and start exploring even more music through the decades. 

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