Video shows guy playing Toto’s Africa, with a sweet potato and squash

Video shows guy playing Toto’s Africa, with a sweet potato and squash

- An awesome video has become very popular via YouTube showing a man using vegetables to create music

- The video clip shows snippets of how the vegetables are carved out and how they are utilised in the song

- The artist known as Pupsi is the man behind the video and performs a rendition of Toto’s big hit, Africa

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The link between Africa and vegetables is so clear-cut that one doesn’t struggle to identify instant connections between the two.

However, one talented YouTuber and musical artist has created a new connection – he uses vegetables as instruments to perform Toto’s 1980’s smash hit, Africa.

In a very interesting video, Pupsi shows how he cuts and carves sweet potatoes and squash as he prepares to use them in the song.

Briefly.co.za understands the artist is known for creating wind instruments from natural materials.

The video shows how he removes the inside and where incisions are made.

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Pupsi then taps and blows into the vegetables as he records the background beat to the song.

The highlight then shows him performing an instrumental version of the song as a whole using the above-mentioned vegetables.

Concerns of food wastage aren’t lost on Pupsi as he reveals in the message from his video: “The irony of playing “Africa” with food is incredible. To make up for it, please go help out some people after watching this video.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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