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In Andrew Huang’s new video, the hits just keep coming.

As do the household items he uses to perform them.

In a mind-blowing medley featuring a half-dozen songs — including Pharrell’s “Happy,” Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off,” Pitbull and the Jessie J-Ariana Grande-Nicki Minaj banger “Bang Bang” — Huang sings along to his own musical accompaniment created on … things that aren’t actually musical instruments.

“Other than my voice,” the Toronto-based musician writes on YouTube, “the sounds you hear in this medley were produced using only the following things which I could find at my friend’s house while I was staying with him.”

1. Beer bottle
2. Shoes
3. Couch cushion
4. Trash can
5. Soda bottle
6. Frying pan
7. Rubber band
8. Bag of kale
9. Office chair
10. Pants zipper
11. Car
12. Spray bottle
13. Water
14. Mugs
15. Glasses
16. Spoons
17. Candle holder
18. Balloon
19. Firewood
20. Coffee machine
21. Vacuum cleaner
22. Faucet
23. Salt shaker
24. Soccer ball
25. Pen
26. Spatula
27. Pot
28. Forks

Watch “Hits of 2014 — played with household items” here:

Huang’s bio describes him as “a new media artist whose work is a distillation of his passions for music, video, and audience participation,” including something called the Song Challenge series “which invites viewers to dare him in feats of musicianship — he has performed a rap song in five languages, played the theme from Breaking Bad using meth lab equipment, and even made a beat using a thousand pairs of pants.”

Recently, he recorded an out-of-this-world version of the Beatles’ “Across the Universe” — “which,” he noted, “apart from my singing, was created entirely with sounds from the Rosetta space probe’s recording of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.”