The British created the song from the sound of the cash register in the supermarket
But not everyone appreciated his work.
A resident of the city of Leeds, under the pseudonym Ben Suff Donk, did music track in the style of techno using the sounds of different tones when you scan the barcode on the self-service checkout in the Tesco supermarket. As a vocal accompaniment it has added the voice of the user of the machine.
A short clip of a young man were posted on Twitter, and when he got enthusiastic comments posted on YouTube and the full version of the track.
I made this song out of noises Tesco pic.twitter.com/u5q33AjXL9
— BEN SUFF DONK (@bensuffdonk) April 13, 2018
During the download an error has occurred.
Social media users took this positively, considering the talent of the guy, but suddenly, the review included representatives from Tesco Mobile — mobile operator under the brand of Tesco. Surprisingly, they left not the most pleasant review, but then all entered the fray with the musician.
We’ve heard better ?
— Tesco Mobile (@tescomobile) April 15, 2018
We’ve heard better.
However, this incident did not upset the British. It talked about not only social media users but also mainstream media to pay attention to his unusual music.
On it!!! pic.twitter.com/XEzouIJIpp
— BEN SUFF DONK (@bensuffdonk) April 18, 2018
The musician was invited on the radio BBC