David Scott of The Kiffness collaborated with a rhythmically crying tuxedo cat to create a very catchy tune with neighborly lyrics.
Andre Antunes provided a brilliant heavy metal soundtrack to the US Navy traditional "Steamroller" cadence with marching recruits in 2016.
David Scott of The Kiffness did a live looping remix of Macka B's rap "Cucumba" where he played a solo on a DIY "trucumba".
The Kiffness and his wife took amusing footage of a uniquely mumbling cat and remixed it into a clever cover of the Afroman song "Crazy Rap".
David Scott of The Kiffness did a remix of the now-viral song "Kacha Badam" by Bhuban Badyakar, a peanut seller from West Bengal, India.
David Scott of The Kiffness amusingly remixed footage of a horse who made music with a rubber chicken to a highly rhythmic techno beat.
The Kiffness hilariously remixed the classic 2006 meme of the talking "Oh Long Johnson" cat into a really catchy reggae song.
South African musician David Scott of The Kiffness did a live looping remix of Momo, the "la la la" singing dog resulting in a catchy song.
The Kiffness took footage of a singing husky named Haiku and remixed it into the danceable ancestral tribute song "Ancient Husky Melody".