Aspiring YouTube star, Todrick Hall's new video sees him covering Beyoncé's entire discography in just four minutes! The comedian-turned-singer-turned-dancer managed to mash-up over 70 of the pop star's songs (including some bonus tracks), by recording four different single-take performances and editing them together to create the perfect ensemble (complete with his own choreography).

Hall posted his first YouTube video back in May 2010 which saw him hilariously singing his McDonald's order in a Drive Thru speaker. He went on to do similar videos in other food service establishments including Starbucks and Subway but it wasn't long before Hall started putting together much more creative pieces.

His elaborate productions which range from parodies to flash mobs to simple skits have earned him millions of views on the video streaming site and a massive following, but the 30-year-old doesn't want to stop there.

Late last year, MTV announced that they were set to air a reality show surrounding the internet sensation in 2015 with a docu-series aptly named Todrick. It will follow him and his team as they continue to make the brilliant videos, from start to finish, that have gained him a worldwide following.

He's also bringing his musical talents to the stage on 3 July in Florida at the Hard Rock Live Orlando for a one-off show entitled The Toddlerz Ball.

His unscripted MTV series will not air until the end of August this year so to tide you over until then IBTimes UK have compiled some of his best videos so far: