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SoundClowns, are humorous song mash-ups or edits typically shared on the audio streaming website SoundCloud. They can be considered, to some extent, the SoundCloud equivalent of YouTube Poop videos.


Prior to the rise of SoundCloud, humorous song mash-ups were primarily shared on sites such as YouTube; examples of this can be seen with Thomas the Tank Engine Remixes, whose earliest examples stem from the video sharing site, and whose remixes continue on in SoundClown culture to this day.

One of the earliest examples of a popular SoundClown would be "Under the Booty" by TDRloid, a mash-up of "Ms. New Booty" by Bubba Sparxxx and "Under the Sea" from the soundtrack of Disney's The Little Mermaid. This mash-up, released on May 6, 2012, would be listened to over 2 million times in the next three years.

The trend was brought to mainstream attention on January 10 2014, when Internet news site The Daily Dot put out an article on the trend.[2] Later that day, content aggregator Buzzfeed published a list of SoundClowns.[5] The trend was later covered in articles by sites such as Complex and Vice; all of these sites dub the trend "Weird SoundCloud".[3][4] A subreddit for SoundClowns was created on January 14, 2014.[1]

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