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    Track: Skrillex “Breakn’ a Sweat” | RE:GENERATION | Hyundai
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    Track: Skrillex “Breakn’ a Sweat” | RE:GENERATION | Hyundai

    January 26, 2020


    (cars passing by) – I make all my records in
    hotel rooms, pretty much. Just wherever I can. I’ve made records in car rides, if we have a long trip to a show. All I need is my laptop and my headphones. That’s all you really need,
    I think, for what I do. (dubstep music) ♪ All right, this is the breakdown ♪ (crowd cheers) (dubstep music) ♪ I’m breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ It’s all right ♪ ♪ I’m breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ I said it’s all right ♪ ♪ I’m breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ It’s all right ♪ ♪ Breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ Woo, that’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ Come on baby light my fire ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ Robby Krieger ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s kick ass ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ I’m breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ It’s all right ♪ ♪ I’m breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ I said it’s all right ♪ ♪ Breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ It’s all right ♪ ♪ Breakin’ a sweat ♪ ♪ Okay, play that beat again ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ Come on baby light my fire ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) ♪ That’s good ♪ (dubstep music) – Woo, woo! ♪ Oh yeah ♪ (dubstep music)

    Morgz – THE END OF MUM (Diss Track) Official Music Video
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    Morgz – THE END OF MUM (Diss Track) Official Music Video

    January 22, 2020


    6PM tomorrow is the death of mum And I… and I know I’m appearing a little disrespectful right now Team Mum thinking they can take Team Morgz down it’s like a goldfish thinking they can take down a shark Shut up [laughter] Yo I ain’t a rapper but let’s face it I could literally eat thevthe mic and it would sound better then anything mum could do I made your channel (I made your channel) and you call yourself a queen (and you call yourself a queen) everyone knows that she just salty (knows that shes salty) coz I’m richer at sixteen (at sixteen) That’s all she’s getting Subscribe Right now For the second verse As always I’ve been morgz Peace out Subtitles By The Domino D.R.
    Reviewed by toon And you better freaking believe it!

    SON DİSS (Official Music Diss Track) – Enes Batur
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    SON DİSS (Official Music Diss Track) – Enes Batur

    January 18, 2020


    Look Reyyo, I found the same car as yours Now, you will know the Real Market’s
    NIRVANA. You made a gained favor with my name and got 400.000 Subscribe I made the videos before you made. THAT IS BAŞAKŞEHİR Man, WHAT IS NIRVANA I GOT 1 MILLION PLAYBUTTON, YOU GOT TAP VALE you were walking from girls to girls proofs are everywhere your total impression is a week of mine You borrowed McLaan and you had an accident You’ve run away without paying Orki (Orkun Işıtmak) Even Aleyna Tilki gets you the copyright I even noticed you in the same kind of videos you are very ficky in your videos you’re playing video ideas from a tiny channel no Orkun not play Orkun Original content at Orkun i will bury you here
    now is the only horror Let me admit Danla has millions of fans Let’s confess Danla always pays in her pocket Let me admit that Danla is the greatest female phenom So how did you get here the most egoistic person I see in my life make up your only ability how long is princess you are crushing people gossip send abundant aha who made fun of everyone here is way here by creating a youtube channel I MUST EARN SO MUCH MONEY I NEED to do the famous attitudinize I need to have fights with everyone I’M famous MY SUBSCRIBERS ARE MY SLAVES I’M SO COOL NIRVANA OF THE MARKET… no, no, no OH NO! NO! NO NOT TODAY! DOES MAN Bulliyin A Man And record This ALL THE SONGS YOU’VE MADE HAVE BEEN WATCHED EXCESSIVELY LESS. ALL THE HAUNTED HOUSE VIDEOS YOU’VE MADE WERE A FICTION TELL ME… who made up that scenario? Youtube for five years
    as you crawl in your vine I GOT MILLION VIEWS BUT YOU GOT MUCH LESS BILAL TOOK CARE OF YOU WHEN YOU WERE BEGGING FOR MONEY ON THE STREETS I HAVE 2 BILLION VIEWS, 6X HIGHER THAN YOURS! YOU SAID “1 TURKISH LIRA” ABOUT MY VIDEOS YOU COULDN’T BE BETTER THAN ME EVEN THOUGH YOU WENT TO EUROPE EVEN IF I SIT HERE I’M SO MUCH BETTER THAN ANY OF YOU, DON’T MAKE ME STAND UP OR ELSE YOUR VISAS ARE GONNA BE EXPIRED! IS THAT YOU, MERYEM? CAN’T SEE YOUR FACE THROUGH YOUR MAKE-UP ”I’VE MADE A SONG” YOU SAID BUT YOU UPLOADED A FAIRY TALE SONG EVEN THOUGH YOU’VE GROWN UP, YOU’RE ACTING LIKE A TEENAGER I DISREGARD FURKAN AND MAMI!
    THEY’VE DISSED ME? HAHAHA THE YOUTUBERS WHO DISSED TO SOMEONE ELSE… …AFTER THEIR VIEWS HAVE DECREASED THE YOUTUBERS WHO USE OTHER YOUTUBERS, GET SUBSCRIBERS AND ACT AS IF THEY’RE COOL THOSE WHO THINK THEY ARE THE BOSS WHEN THEIR 2-3 VIDEOS GO VIRAL LET IT GO! YOU MAKE ME VERY BORED! EVERYONE TO WHOM I DISSED, USED MY NAME IN ORDER TO GO VIRAL WHEN THEY GOT SUBSCRIBERS, THEY’VE BECOME TOO BIG FOR ONE’S BRITCHES. SOMEONE BETRAYED HIS FRIEND WITH WHOM DISSED TOGETHER UPLOADED THREE VIDEOS USING MY NAME I THINK IT HURT TOO MUCH TAKE THIS AS THE HARDEST OF ALL THE DISS VIDEOS MAKE REACT VIDEOS, IF THEY GO VIRAL, IT’S THEIR PROBLEM 1 VIDEO A WEEK, IS THIS YOUR LABOUR? 7 VIDEOS A WEEK, SEE, THIS IS THE DETERMINATION! WORK HAPPINESS Ah I forgot something… the friend who used GTR in your video. But…didn’t give it to me, Ops, sorry, I called you “friend” I don’t need your GTR… ENES BATUR
    LAST DISS Thank You Kaya Giray

    GORILLAZ – L’HISTORIQUE + COVER “CLINT EASTWOOD” (ANOTHER COVER #1)
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    GORILLAZ – L’HISTORIQUE + COVER “CLINT EASTWOOD” (ANOTHER COVER #1)

    January 14, 2020


    The Gorillaz project was born in 1998 and
    Comes straight from Great Britain. It is the result of a collaboration between Damon
    Albarn, the singer and keyboard of Blur, And Jamie Hewlett, a major figure in British pop art
    And creator of the comic Tank Girl. The group could have never existed: Damon
    And Jamie had known each other for more than eight years, They met thanks to the guitarist of Blur, Graham Coxon, We can’t say it was the great love between them,
    And as in any good TV show, It was of course a story … of chicks! Jamie began to date Jane Olliver, Graham’s ex GF, shortly after their break-up. Something that Damon, as a good buddy, didn’t much appreciate. Damon, who on his part was starting to go out with Justine, Jane’s best friend. * Credits of “Plus belle la vie” * Anyway, after each of them broke up with the powerpuff girls, shortly after, they oddly became friends, and moved in together in a West London’s flat And PAF ! It made Chocapic ! THE ANECDOTE:
    They wanted Liam Gallagher of Oasis to be a part of them, which is kinda funny, when it’s commonly known that Blur and Oasis fought the hell of each other from 1995 to 1998 by medias,
    with sympathic stuff like “knobhead” or “I hope they catch Aids and die”. And so, in order to troll his brother with whom it is now WW2, Noel Gallagher goes on stage with Damon for The Clash member
    Paul Simonon’s birthday and play a cover of Gorillaz, And then, Liam got mad on twitter. The point that made me hook this project as a teenager was the indissociable dimension between music
    and the graphic universe that goes with. And since it’s a virtual group,
    it has virtual members: – 2D (Two Dee) performed live by Damon, is as in Blur
    the singer and keyboard of the group – Murdoc with his emo look, plays the bass,
    incarnated by Morgan Nicholls on stage, But mostly inspired by Alex James, the bass player of Blur, For all that is design and attitudes … Noodle, the kawai guitarist, a kind of Danny the dog
    of music On a political refugee mode with Pearl Harbor flavour – And FINALLY Russel, the fat black of the crew on the drums, who is regularly haunted by
    Badass ghosts and demoniac rappers. The first single released ranks straight
    No4 in England and is called “Clint Eastwood “, reffering to the melodic structure
    and to the intro inspired by On the famous theme of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly And that’s this tune we’ll cover
    with Thomas, Charles & Max … right now! So, we hope you liked this Anyway it’s a new podcast concept The idea was to combine both band background and play a cover of them Don’t hesitate to SUBSCRIBE And give a tiny blue finger (Voice of french politician Jean-Luc Melenchon) as Uncle Jean-Luc says Hope you ready for the next episode !

    Routeburn Track, New Zealand (Great Walks Track Profile 8 of 9)
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    Routeburn Track, New Zealand (Great Walks Track Profile 8 of 9)

    January 13, 2020


    [music] It surpasses the pamphlet, the Routeburn is better than the pamphlet. Most beautiful part of New Zealand. [music] One of the great walks, isn’t it? [music] And we’ve heard like this is one of the best
    walks in the world. It’s like in the top ten, so we thought, “Yeah, definitely want to come down and do it while we’re here.” [music] You should of been here when the fog lifted, like we were, “Yahoo.” Oh, that was fantastic. [music]
    Think it’s honestly like a postcard. We’ve been here a number of times but this is– We were here just last year in Summer. We’re going to bring everybody back here.
    [music]. My husband and I did the Milford Track last year and thoroughly enjoyed it, so we thought we’d try it again and here we are. [music]
    Yes, top spot. [music] The track’s stunning. [music]
    The Routeburn has more pine above the bush line, better alpine views. [music]
    The actual tracks and the huts and scenery is fantastic. Yeah, and the track quality is really good too. It obviously very well maintained and
    pleasure to walk on really. [music] We just took some amazing photos up there, it was just absolutely beautiful so I highly recommend doing it.
    Yeah. [music]

    Overnight Track Build Through Airplane Museum! | Hot Wheels Unlimited | Hot Wheels
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    Overnight Track Build Through Airplane Museum! | Hot Wheels Unlimited | Hot Wheels

    January 10, 2020


    – [Andy] Tonight we’re
    gonna test the limits Let’s do it! We got twelve hours on the clock Three… And we’re gonna try to
    build an epic layout Two… And make a video
    before time runs out One… Can we do it? Go! Yes! Come on! (car revving) – [Narrator] A
    Hotwheels production – Hey welcome back to
    Hotwheels unlimited I’m your host Andy – And I’m Tomas, Andy’s friend – What are we doing
    tonight, Tomas? – Well, Andy, we are
    at an airplane museum – [Andy] Sweet – [Tomas] We’re gonna lay
    down some sweet, sweet track (engine roaring) – [Andy] Usually it takes
    us two days to build a track and make a video but, tonight
    we’re gonna test the limits and shake things up! Everybody’s done
    overnight challenges but, I don’t think
    anybody’s ever made a track video overnight. So, we got twelve
    hours on the clock. We have literally
    unlimited Hotwheels track and we’re gonna try
    build an epic layout and make a video
    before time runs out. Let’s go! (lively, techno music) – [Andy] It is around 8 p.m., we have locked ourselves in here with a ton of unlimited
    Hotwheels track. (whooshing) (energetic, lively music) – [Andy] What’s really
    awesome is that when a car goes through this track loop
    you’ll see the loop happen (whooshing) and then you’ll see from
    this perspective really low, all of the parachute jumpers. (whooshing) It’s about midnight here. We’re a little behind schedule we’ve got like a
    fifth of it done. (dramatic, lively music) Okay so here we are
    on top of the plane – Yeah – It’s really exciting! I actually had a
    dream about this (gentle harp glissando) Where we set up
    track on plane wings and went from one side
    all the way to the other (gentle tinkling) – [Narrator] Oh my (upbeat, lively music) (upbeat, lively music) (upbeat, lively music) (gentle harp glissando) And now we’re doing it! – Wow, dreams
    really do come true. – Yeah, I know it’s crazy. Okay, so here’s
    what we’re gonna do. We’re gonna come up over here
    on this side of the wing, we’re gonna go the entire
    length of the wing, – [Tomas] Sure. – [Andy] Do a couple
    loops here in the middle and then at the end, I’m not really sure
    what we’re gonna do yet. – What do you
    think about a jump? – Let’s do it! (whooshing) – [Andy] Around three
    in the morning here but, I’m committed to this and I’m gonna see it
    all the way through. Perfect! Down this way. (upbeat lively music) Miss another jump there. Got our models. (engine revving) Got this. Should we test it? – [Tomas] Yeah!
    – [Andy] Let’s do it! Alright, here we go. Test round one. In three…two…one. Come on baby! (energetic, pop music) Oh! I mean it was really good but, do you think maybe, it could go a little bit faster? – [Tomas] Yeah, definitely. More speed, I think
    give a little more power right around here. – I got you! (upbeat lively music) – Let’s try it out! Three, two, one. (lively, pop music) Come on! (upbeat, pop music) Yes! Very nice! I will be honest with
    you, I’m a little tired, I’m losing some stamina. Every Hotwheels
    unlimited epsidode has to start with something
    so, we’re using the Rev Launcher. You can really get
    it going super fast! Alright, you ready for this?
    – Whew – Here we go, you gotta
    crank up the Rev Launcher! – Alright, man, count me in. – Okay, in three… Two… One… Go! (upbeat, lively music) – Here it goes!
    – Oh! [Both] Yes! – [Andy] Yes! Come on! – [Tomas] Whoo! (whooshing) (upbeat, lively music) (upbeat, lively music) (upbeat, lively music) – Yes!
    – Yes! – My hero. Not you. The track. (upbeat, techno music) (upbeat, techno music) (upbeat, techno music) (upbeat, techno music) (whooshing) (upbeat, techno music) (upbeat, techno music) (upbeat, techno music) (upbeat, techno music) (whooshing) (dramatic, synth music) (dramatic, synth music) (dramatic, synth music) (dramatic, synth music) (dramatic, synth music) (dramatic, synth music) (dramatic, synth music) (whirring) (dramatic, synth music) (whooshing) (whooshing) (whooshing) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (intense, synth music) (beeping) (beeping) (beeping) (crowd cheering) – [Andy] Whoo! Very nice! – Andy, we did it. – We did it! – Can you believe that? – I can’t. No. – Can you believe we
    stayed up that long to do this? – This is real
    dedication right here. – Whew! – It’s five forty
    five in the morning and we just finished the track and, look at that, that is
    the end of it right there. The sun is starting to come up. I need to go to sleep. – Yes, you do. – I’m very tired. – You look terrible. – Thanks. That’s what we did
    with unlimited track but, I wanna know
    what you would do! Registered users can
    like, comment below and let us know! My name is Andy. – Oh, I’m Tomas, Andy’s friend. – We’ll see you next time
    on Hotwheels Unlimited! Nice! – Oh. – You’ll leave me hanging there. – Never. Never. – I’m going home
    and taking a nap. – [Narrator] A
    Hotwheels production. (engine revving) (upbeat, rock music) (upbeat, rock music) (upbeat, rock music)

    How to make TRACKS and not just LOOPS
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    How to make TRACKS and not just LOOPS

    January 9, 2020


    Hey! It’s me! (Clap) All right, first off: my deepest, widest, tallest, apologies if there’s any background noise in this video; there’s some construction happening outside… We’re gonna get through it! I want to do that thing today where I go on Twitter and ask you guys which music I should work on, purely based on the weird titles that I give my works in progress… Let’s go! *B A S S* *bass-heavy asking Twitter theme* (Wah—)
    *bass-heavy asking Twitter theme* *bass-heavy asking Twitter theme* (*higher pitched* WAH—)
    *bass-heavy asking Twitter theme* *bass-heavy asking Twitter theme* Alright, the votes are in. You guys picked a folder called JK which, uh, does not stand for just kidding; it stands for… J and K— I was listening to a lot of J-Pop and K-Pop… at this time… And then within that folder, you picked a song called “Bang.” So, let’s listen to this for the first time since July 2013. *subdued beeps* Aw man, my presets aren’t loading righ— Okay, maybe this is a Live Ten thing. Oops! Go baaack… go back a version! I know I just dropped my big Live 10 video… Why aren’t you loading my Massive presets? *music plays, now with loaded Massive presets* There we go!
    *music plays, now with loaded Massive presets* *music continues* Club time!
    *music continues* *music continues* *first section repeats* (sip)
    *first section repeats* *first section repeats* (places cup on table)
    *first section repeats* *first section repeats* Oh, there’s gonna be this awful demo vocal in here…
    *first section repeats* *first section repeats* *transition* *gibberish singing* Okay… *laughs* *more gibberish singing* *new section of demo vocals* Hmm… alright If you don’t know, this is a thing I do: I just sing kind of gibberish stuff to get a melody down. That was not as bad as I thought it would be. I think I was using a proper microphone; sometimes I’m doing stuff so fast that I just sing into my laptop microphone to get the demo vocals down and it sounds awful, but I just need to remember my melodic idears— Idears… I don’t think we’re going to be recording proper vocals today because of the, uh… *construction noises* Let’s make this more of a producing video; Let’s build up… this beat. I think I could still make a nice track out of this that I would like and that wouldn’t immediately scream 2013. Let’s hope. There’s no bass part yet, so… let’s add it. Let’s do… let’s do bass to this. Ah, haven’t used that catchphrase in a long time! I’m really bad at my personal brand… (Clap) Let’s do bass to this! *A I R H O R N S* Wait, it’s “Do bass to it…” Is that what I… *sighs* *music starts* *montage of doing bass to it* Let’s talk about something that a lot of people ask me about, which is coming up with B Sections. One way that people talk about song structure is using letters: so A is the first thing that you’ve come up with, and then the first big change— the first different section— is the B section. And something that I think probably every composer, or producer, or songwriter comes up against is those times when you’ve got something really good going, but it’s just looping; it’s just this one thing, and you don’t know where to take it next— how to make something else that’s different, but that still fits with what you’ve got. So, let me show you some of the things that I do. Sometimes, you know, it just comes out of inspiration, but there’s also certain techniques and tricks that you can apply— that you can just… experiment with, see what happens— and often, that can lead to a natural, nice sounding… B section. The easiest, most basic way to think about it is: you’re trying to make something that is a bit different, and a bit the same. So if you’re thinking about all the different musical elements you’re using, whether it’s instruments, or effects, or a chord, or a part of a melody… you want to something the same, and you want to change something. Like with anything, there are going to be exceptions to this rule where you just throw a total non-sequitur in sometimes, but this is kind of a general rule that most music abides by. Even though things are changing, there is something connecting the parts together. So, like, in our track so far, I’ve been looping pretty much the same thing over and over: the trance synth is in there the whole way through, I added some drum layers, I added the bass in; but the chord progression is staying the same, the rhythms are staying the same… In terms of dynamics and energy, there are no major changes… So a few things we could do to make it different: take away a major element, like, maybe remove that synthesizer or remove the drums. We could change up the chord progression; or we could have a different instrument come in, and replace the current chord instrument. We could filter a whole bunch of instruments, or we go the other way dynamically. What if we keep everything that we’ve got but add a ton of new stuff at once? A bunch of guitars, and sound effects, and a whole new set of drums. And so, with any of these approaches, you’ll have something carrying through, like the chord progression or an instrument or a vocal… That’s your glue, but then enough things are changing and spicing it up to keep it interesting. Change something, keep something the same. I don’t know what we’re making where we’re mixing glue and spices together, but… it’s gonna be tasty! So looking at our track, even as I’ve just been thinking about this, I already know what I’d like to experiment with for the next section of this song: I’m gonna take out the drums… I’m going to keep the synthesizer, but I’m gonna change what it’s playing both, ah, rhythmically… and, uh, in terms of the chord progression. Goodbye! We’re gonna loop this… *small laugh* Just keep it going… Maybe I’ll filter it here… Just dragging this around here with my mouse. (la, la, la) *filtering it here* Y’know what I’m hearing now for this buildup? And maybe it’s just because I recently made that stupid Sandstorm video… *sandstorm video flashback* Think we need one of those classic 909 snare drum buildups. *insert classic 909 snare drum buildup* *silence* That’s freaking funny. So here’s what I’m feeling now: we’ve been building up… What have we been building up to? How about… a drop? I feel like doing one of those… weirdo, sparse drops? Do you know what I’m talking about? Heavy-hitting drums, but kind of just sound effects and a little synth stab here, little bit of bass here… Just, like, cool stuff sprinkled all over… and you know what? Let’s go back to Twitter. Let’s get some sound effects… from you! *B A S S* *return of the bass-heavy asking Twitter theme* (Wah—) While we’re waiting for that stuff to roll in, let’s go have some lunch! Sound tracked by my newest release on Spotify and iTunes and— *lunch break, sound tracked by “Love is Real”* I’m microwaving leftovers. It’s… whatever. Let’s look at some stuff! What do we got? *pop* *fluttery inhale* *fl-tnk* YOW! Yeh— *clink (x3)* *ffffp-ts k-p-ts p-ts-k tshh* *alien noise generator* *dissonant piano plinks (x5)* *inaudible room chatter* *Link sound files (x4)* *keys hitting a table* *slinky hitting a table* Andrew Huaaaaaaa— *Ooh, oooh, OOOO—* *baby babbling* *skull decoration jostling* *human trumpet playing a tune from Mario* *sproing* *walking on icy gravel* *wrrrrrr* *g-kh… bkng* *shweep* *tss, ptsh, chng* *woo, woo; beepboop* *inaudible* *SMACK* Oh! Ahaha— *Oh! Ahaha—* *laughs* *Oh! Ahaha—* Physical pain! OH! AHAHA— *loud squeak (x2), khh* *low buzz* *inhale* *hahh (x2)* Kobe! *clink, bonk* Whoo! Woop! Woo! Also, let me point out: I’m doing all this in stages right now, so there was sample collection, which you guys made really easy. Now I’m doing all the editing of the samples, just making each one sound as cool and musical as I can without totally knowing where it’s gonna fit in; and then I’ll move on to actually composing, and producing this drop. I just find it way more effective when I group all the similar tasks together like this because it starts to feel a lot more cumbersome and a lot more like work when you’re working on your music and you’re like: “Okay, let’s find another sample” “that could maybe fit here…” “Let’s edit that sample, let’s put it in…” “Let’s do that all again, so many times…” Nuh uh. This is just… smoother. So after a few hours of working with these samples, here’s what I’ve come up with. Let’s start it from the buildup. *starting it from the buildup* *Ooh, oooh, OOOOH* *B A S S* I’ve been mangling these samples in some really fun ways and I wanna be able to share that with you so I think that’s gonna be its own whole separate video… And I’ve been kind of thinking of, uh, making a slight tweak to the way I do these videos anyway because usually my goal is to finish a track in the video, which, uh… y’know, doesn’t matter who you are— that’s pretty ambitious. So I think sometimes, like today, maybe we’ll just delve into certain parts of the process and pick it up again… like do a “To be continued…” episode and honestly, it just makes it easier… for me to make more content… So yeah, let’s leave it there for today. Subscribe, turn on the notifications, with the bell… Um… Andrew Huang out! (Clap) *B A S S* Yea 😀