Every so often, a piece of groundbreaking work comes along and changes your understanding of art and the world around you. I am pleased to report that this has already happened, just one day into 2019!
It comes to us in the form of a video, in which a man can be heard asking Siri, “What’s one trillion to the tenth power?” and to which Siri replies by saying, “one trillion raised to the tenth power is one zero zero zero…” (She proceeds to say ‘zero’ 120 times, presumably, though it doesn’t actually matter because the only thing that matters is the sick beat dropped by two pen-wielding dudes over her voice.)
Honestly it’s way cooler than it sounds and you should waste no time in watching, right now:
People were straight up impressed with this finessing of what turned out to be a low-key banger.
HOT SHIT. https://t.co/wE3LGTBexZ— Ben Schwartz (@rejectedjokes) January 2, 2019
best track of 2019 so far https://t.co/vQ4HS9x4S9— Andrew Huang (@andrewhuang) January 2, 2019
Better than most stuff out today. Music producers step your game up. https://t.co/uRuqhcRdpq— Matt Sohinki (@Sohinki) January 2, 2019
This really didn't have to go that hard https://t.co/JUUF3C0C87— ~(˘▾˘~) (@Adreeeannn) January 2, 2019
now my hair is on fire and I need new headphones https://t.co/pSJ3TCPouM— Ke3bz (@Ke3bZ) January 2, 2019
This is RIDICULOUSLY bumping! https://t.co/BogkR5aToM— dj spydermann (@djspydermann) January 2, 2019
Wow.... Some people are just on another level. 🔥 🔥 https://t.co/C6gN5L26zM— JIGAWA KOPA™ MUFC 🇳🇬😈 (@Emmylexxz) January 2, 2019
lowkey pic.twitter.com/jYjhZYRMru— idahlia 🖤 (@idahliasosa) January 2, 2019
The Siri hack prompted some to record and share their own remixes, like this hot fire Punjab remix:
Punjab Remix pic.twitter.com/F2Zr7Hmk7k— Sage Shelomoh (@phiifihylton) January 1, 2019
Or this spoon-led beat:
I don't have shame. 😂— Ugly Naked Guy 👤 (@Femi_17) January 2, 2019
It's so irresistible. 😭 pic.twitter.com/dWjPOz1Mc1
Non-iOS users be warned: don’t try to buy yourself some of this free happiness, as it doesn’t work on other devices. The rest of us will be out here boppin’ to Siri until 2020.