Salsa Tequila, by Norwegian comedian Anders Nilsen, is a bonafide summer hit, at least in the Netherlands where it shot up to #1 on iTunes.
The song, which just features a bunch of well-known Spanish words, is making people happy because it's so catchy.
Nilsen told BuzzFeed Salsa Tequila was all about making a parody and the "ultimate summer song."
"Salsa Tequila came about when me and a group of friends were hanging out," Nilsen said.
Once they added another tried and true instrument, the accordion, they knew they needed just one more summer staple for a hit.
Of course there was one small problem.
"So that sparked the idea of, OK, let's write lyrics based on Spanish words, artists, actors, food, drinks and so on, that everyone in Norway knew about, so they could sing along to every word," he said.
So, is he worried about anyone thinking the song is stereotypical or offensive?
"There was never any thought of doing clichès just for the sake of doing clichès," he said.
"The thought was more to list all the things that Norwegians know and love. When we browse the comments on YouTube or Twitter it seems that most people find it funny and laugh at it, which is good," he said.