If you have a cat in your life, you probably love to hear them meow. The same can’t be said, however, when there is a stray meowing outside of your window at all hours of the night.
It’s really just a matter of perspective, and when you hear it in the right light, you may just find that annoyance turns into something beautiful.
That is where David Scott comes in. He is a musician unlike any other and he does something with music that you may never have heard before. Working as The Kiffness, he has gained quite a following on YouTube and when you hear his music for yourself, you may just become a follower as well.
He shows people how he turns the sounds that a cat makes into an interesting multicourse song. In the explanation, you find out that there were only nine steps involved and if you have a little creativity and the right equipment, you can do it as well.
It all started when he heard his neighbor’s cat meowing. It doesn’t actually sound like a regular cat but rather, it sounds like a child. That is what he based the song on, and he re-created it to the tune of Toto’s “Africa”.
Scott even added some background music to the song using a bongo, shaker, and of course, a cowbell. He then went on to the second step of adding bass and using his own lyrics.
The feline is the subject of the song and you hear the words from his perspective. Let’s just put it this way, “Africa” may never be the same again.
Check out the video below: