This Catchy Song Was Made By Sampling The Most Canadian Things Possible

This Catchy Song Was Made By Sampling The Most Canadian Things Possible
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Video: Americans celebrate their nation’s birthday on the Fourth of July, but for Canada, that annual party comes a few days earlier, on July 1. Today Canada turn 150, so take a few moments and enjoy this catchy track that was made by sampling some of the most stereotypically Canadian items and objects.

Everything iconically Canadiana was used to make this song. Maple syrup? Check. Hockey sticks and skates? Check. Tomato sauce-flavoured potato chips? Check. Andrew Huang even found a way to work the sound of bagged milk into his track, without being as disturbing as that sounds. Note: No moose, beavers or Canadian geese were harmed in the making of this beat.

[YouTube via Boing Boing]