Artist Demonstrates How To Turn Noisy Cat Sounds Into A Catchy Song
Cats are often thought of as being low-maintenance and easy pets, but the truth is, they can be pretty demanding.
When a cat wants attention, they make it known. They might paw, cry, meow, or make other unusual noises. Despite their quiet, sneaky reputation, cats aren’t always the quietest of animals.
South African musician David Scott of The Kiffness decided to collaborate with a cat to create a song and it turned out a hit!
Scott built his song around a viral video featuring a tuxedo cat rhythmically crying at the window.
While some people might be annoyed to hear a crying animal outside their window, Scott took the sound and ran with it. He didn’t just jam out to the whining cat, but he turned it into a killer song!
You can see the original cat video below:
Scott added some additional background music to create a song.
The song even included some lyrics: “Hey friend, I’m just checking in Hey friend, I don’t know where you’ve been. Hey friend, won’t you let me in?”
In the video’s description, Scott says, “Ever wondered how to collab with the noisy cat next door? This simple 9 step video will show you how to do that.”
Check out the tutorial for yourself below:Whizzco