Toni Patanen, owner of the YouTube channel Pupsi, uses vegetables and fruits to cover songs. The Patan; He produces notes with holes in food such as carrots, potatoes and melons, and revives popular songs.
With the widespread use of the Internet, many new platforms have entered our lives. One of the most popular of these platforms is YouTube. Today, many people create various content for the YouTube platform and try to make money with them. People who try to make their living through YouTube are called YouTuber.
YouTuber covers today’s hit songs using fruits and vegetables. YouTuber, the owner of the “Pupsi” channel, uses all the fruits and vegetables to cover hits.
YouTuber uses food such as melon, watermelon, potatoes, carrots and zucchini to revive popular songs. YouTuber opens various grooves on fruits and vegetables to mimic the sounds of songs. Using these cavities as a flute, YouTuber successfully covers the songs.
In fact, this YouTuber, Toni Patanen, transforms vegetables and fruits into a musical instrument called “okarina”. Okarina is a kind of flute used mostly in the Far East and South America. However, the difference of ocarina from traditional flutes is that they are of ceramic structure and have holes according to their shape. Patanen’in holes in the vegetables and fruits are similar to the structure of the ocarina.
Here’s a cover YouTuber made using melons and watermelons: