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    People Are Calling This Cover Of Drake's "One Dance" Hilariously Disrespectful

    He says he was not trying to poke fun at all, but it's SO FUNNY.

    Last month, musician Seth Everman posted a cover to the song "One Dance" that got shared about 28,000 times.

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    There are a lot of "One Dance" covers out there. But this one went hugely viral — and is still being shared — because Everman uses random-ass objects around his house to recreate the popular beat, which is both strangely impressive and hilariously shady.

    I.e., knocking on an old Zelda game and shaking "exactly three coins" against a mic.

    People are cracking up and calling his cover a masterful slight to Drake and the production.

    But Everman, who is producer from Sweden, insists he is "not poking fun at Drake" — he just thought it would be a funny project.

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    "I love Drake and his producers," Everman told BuzzFeed. "I just thought it would be funny to try and make [the song] with some random crap in my apartment. I'm not poking fun at Drake or the producers at all."

    He said the entire cover took about an hour to do.

    He wants people to know even the most basic song you hear on the radio "is extremely complicated to produce." But Everman suggests you don't overthink his "stupid Drake remix."

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    Everman out.