From the brain trust behind 2009’s interactive musical play toy YouTube Piano comes YouTube Radio, a medley of YouTube-themed ditties.
Eight stations cover the music spectrum and aside from my inability to translate cat, each spits out YouTube centric lyrics in different musical styles. Hate jazz? Just change the station by clicking onto another, an effect created by using YouTube’s deep-linking functionality. (In all seriousness, the cat station is a hilarious listen.)
Created by Adam Ben Ezra and Guy Dayan, the radio’s interactive function works more seamlessly than the Piano (at least for me). I can’t wait to see what else they come up with.
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