Baton Rouge's Southern University and A&M College band, The Human Jukebox, recently schooled everyone on the art of turning up by covering Drake's "Controlla."

The band changed up the track a little bit to make it work in the band's hands, but there is no denying the power of that catchy hook when the horn section expertly blared out the notes perfectly in sync to help everyone in attendance turn up in the best way. The school's Dancing Dolls team was also on hand to match the band's display with an equally impressive choreographed routine.

This isn't the first time the already classic Views​ song has been reworked. Tory Lanez remixed the track, which didn't seem to sit too well with Drake, who appeared to call the rapper out on the first night of his Summer Sixteen Tour. Then, video proved even Kendrick Lamar couldn't resist singing along to the song in the car. There was also that time that saxophonist, Corey Staggz, expertly mashed up "Controlla" with Drake's Rihanna collaboration, "Work." 

Still, the talented people at SU and A&M college just turned the whole thing up to a new level. Watch the insanely good performance above.