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Shawn Wasabi And Hollis Hit You In The Feels With “Otter Pop”

Shawn Wasabi And Hollis Hit You In The Feels With “Otter Pop”
Alejandro Vega

Shawn Wasabi is best known for his Midi Fighter techniques and colorful hair. He’s made some wonderfully produced tunes that bring life and energy out of the listener. His latest release is called Otter Pop and features vocals from Hollis. This is a light hearted tune but has enough pizzazz that makes it very enjoyable. This is more akin to a bonafide song than a future bass mashup. In typical Shawn Wasabi fashion, he accompanies the track with a video of himself performing the track in a single take on his custom-made Midi Fighter controller. The result is a final product that is simultaneously adorable and technically brilliant.

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