Everyone has his or her unique way of greeting an audience, and MysteryGuitarMan Joe Penna has decided it’s high time to mash together all of these greetings in one video. The inventive YouTuber has released ‘Extreme Video Puzzle’, a music video where the introductory styles of various channels are turned into a rhythmic delight.
Depending on which channels you watch, you’ll certainly recognize a few of your favorites, including DeStorm’s “wassup, world!”, Ronald Jenkees’ “hello YouTubes!”, and Smosh’s signature “Shut. Up!” MysteryGuitarMan cues up these salutations on multiple computers, drops a beat behind them, and turns a few words into musical gold. Check it out for yourself:
It is a fascinating video and a tribute to the site MysteryGuitarMan loves so much. CollegeHumor’s signature guttural tone would’ve added a nice beat, but I can’t fault Penna for his choices. It’s the reason he’s making music and I’m watching his videos in awe of his musical talent.