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What If Your Streaming Services Were Real People? Check Out This Hilarious Pisstake

by Paul Cashmere on July 17, 2015

in News,Noise Pro

Spotify is going through a painful breakup with Apple Music coming along and offering something that it can’t … Taylor Swift.

What if streaming services were real people and you were breaking up with Spotify to go to Apple Music? It would look like this:

The video is from Los Angeles comedy company Hot Chocolate Party.

STARRING:
Alex Vergel as Spotify
Lauren Vally as Clementine
Michael Yanoska as Apple Music
Anthony DeBenedetti as Pandora
Karel Ebergen as Tidal

Written & directed by Michael Yanoska

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