So, I was browsing Hildegard von Bingen music on YouTube earlier today, and I happened upon a selection called Hildegard von Blingin'. At first I thought the suggested video was merely a typo or, worse, a crude parody. My first impulse was to ignore it, but curiosity got the better of me, and I gave the video a click. What I discovered is apparently referred to as "bardcore", and I have to say, it's quite creative and amusing.
Hildegard von Blingin' basically takes contemporary pop songs and gets medieval on their backsides. The result is actually delightful and fun. If you haven't encountered this sort of thing before, I encourage you to give it a listen.
Comparing the original version of a pop song with the von Blingin' cover is an enjoyable distraction, especially if you take the time to read the von Blingin' lyrics (which are inventive and, strangely enough, convincingly authentic-sounding).
Here is Hildegard von Blingin's version of Radiohead's Creep. The original version of the pop song appears below that.
Note added: The von Blingin' renditions of Gotye's Somebody That I Used To Know and Hadaway's What is Love? are also entertaining.