After waiting for a little over two months since it was first announced in November 2017, the much awaited Mandarin-Spanish version of the global hit song “Despacito” is finally out.
How often do you hear someone say, “I play the calculator”? Well, now one Twitter user can after winning the Internet with his remarkable talent of playing songs using calculators.
Japanese Twitter user, @zk_oj, posted several videos on his social media page that proves these electronic devices can be quite fun, too. One of the highlighted post in zk_oj’s profile is his own rendition of Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade’s Dreamlights on calculators.
The lyrics from hit song “Despacito” were apparently so explicit that it has been banned from Malaysian airwaves. What’s known as “the most streamed song in history” won’t be playing in any official radio and TV outlet in Malaysia.
According to the NYDailyNews, Malaysian minister of communications Salleh Keruak explained that the decision was made due to public complaint. The complaint stemmed from several people who thought that the “Despacito” lyrics were too vulgar in nature.