If you haven't heard of Andrew Huang, meet your new favorite musician.
He's undoubtedly one of the most creative artists of our time. And if you have heard of him, then get ready. He just released his coolest piece yet.
Huang is a musician made famous by YouTube, and he's known for doing "song challenges," in which he uses unique techniques, tools and instruments to make sounds for his songs.
Check out his "Water Song" or his full, two-and-a-half-minute rap without the letter "E."
His newest song challenge, though, is by far the most impressive out of the bunch. Huang remakes Nena's song "99 Red Balloons," using only, well, red balloons to make all of the sounds. It is incredible.
Every note is spot on, and the balloons give the song a surprisingly edgy, almost electronic sound.
I'll have this on repeat for the rest of the week. Consider me obsessed.