The future is now and it has come in the form of twerking produced music. Yes you read that right and no I’m not joking. Apparently a company called AIAIAI thought it would be a good idea to make “Real Booty Music” by enlisting the help of a producer, a professional twerker and a team of designers to create an actual track called Cascavel. Instead of describing their thought-process behind it I’ll simply paste their description below. Enjoy the video.

The overall idea behind the project was to provide AIAIAI headphone-users and other music lovers with new music. Moreover, we wanted to do this in an unusual way, which brought about music made by the booty – for the booty.

The project explores the rich heritage of bass-driven club culture where dancing and booty-shaking are integral elements. We want to see if it’s possible to change the perception of twerking through placing it in a technology-driven, creative context and letting the dance “do the talking.” So we let the producer Branko from Buraka Som Sistema use the movement of buttocks to make a new track. In collaboration with the designers OWOW, utilizing a dancer, Twerk Queen Louise, as their instrument who, in turn, contributes to the creative process, Branko ultimately produces a track powered and shaped by the dancer’s booty movements. The end result is the track ‘Cascavel’; new music for the dance floor and, of course, the headphones.

If interested, you can head over to their official site for more information:

H/T: Engadget