8 of ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Musical Moments, Ranked (PHOTOS)

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Musical Moments

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt debuted five years ago in 2015, and throughout its four seasons on Netflix, fans have been gifted so many wonderful musical moments.

Co-created by 30 Rock‘s Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, the comedy about the titular Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) followed her life after being rescued from an underground bunker where she’d been held by Reverend Wayne Gary Wayne (Jon Hamm). Now, in 2020 the streaming platform has just released its interactive special Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. The Reverend, offering fans a new chapter in Kimmy’s story.

Thankfully this also means we’re likely to come across some more memorable musical moments. For now, we’re rounding up and ranking some of the best from Seasons 1-4 including Titus Andromedon’s (Tituss Burgess) many fabulous numbers.

See how they stack up and let us know what your favorites are in the comments below.

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8. "Daddy's Boy"

Season 1, Episode 10

In a segment meant to represent a failed ’30s musical entitled Daddy’s Boy, the black and white moment gets funnier as the lyrics go on. But considering the lack of key characters involved in the scene, it lands this still-stellar moment at the end of the list.

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7. "Boobs in California"

Season 3, Episode 4

Titus (Tituss Burgess) takes a job working on a song with a man named Gordy (30 Rock‘s Judah Friedlander) and must push aside his own feelings to perform the … interesting tune. It’s difficult to not laugh as Titus sings about the “boobs in California” from a moped and convertible.

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6. "Gonna Be Famous (Remix)"

Season 1, Episode 12

When Kimmy’s (Ellie Kemper) testifying against Reverend Wayne Gary Wayne (Jon Hamm) in Season 1, Titus does an interview in an attempt to gain fame but instead finds notoriety when the session goes badly. In a mock internet remix, Titus’ interview is transformed into a hilarious musical number that includes repeated fails among which is a combined trip and fart.

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5. "Bunny and Kitty"

Season 2, Episode 4

Although brief, Kimmy’s musical creation known as “Bunny and Kitty” conveys how most people feel while watching viral videos of cute animals. Plus, the catchy snippet is bound to be stuck in your head long after hearing it.

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4. "Little Girl, Big City"

Season 4, Episode 1

Performed by Jane Krakowski, the tune plays over Kimmy getting ready for the day as a working girl in New York City. Paying homage to The Mary Tyler Moore Show‘s beret throw, the segment is the epitome of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s uplifting sentiment to dream big.

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3. "Furiosity"

Season 3, Episode 2

Titus’ Beyonce Moment was realized in this reimagining of the singer’s “Hold Up” music video. Declaring he’s “Lemonading,” Titus addresses his frustrations with on-and-off-again love Mikey (Mike Carlsen). The dedication to recreating the cultural phenomenon earns it a spot high up on the list.

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2. "Peeno Noir"

Season 1, Episode 6

Titus’ “ode to black penis” is one of the most memorable and major musical moments that paved the way for future numbers. His random lyrics and varying costume changes are what make the creative segment so hilarious and really helps viewers understand who Titus is.

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1. "Opening Theme"

Season 1, Episode 1

Introduced in the series premiere, Jeff Richmond’s theme song creation is one of the show’s catchiest tunes by far. Whether you’re a fan of the Netflix comedy or not, the tune is recognizable in the pop culture sphere and with lyrics like “females are strong as hell,” what’s there to not like? That’s why it takes the top spot in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s musical moments.