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Kanye West dances during his Yeezy Season 3 Collection presentation and listening party for the "The Life of Pablo" album during New York Fashion Week February 11, 2016. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

A musical collaboration between SpongeBob and Kanye West seems to be as far off as someone living in a pineapple under the sea, but a music producer decides to make this possible.

Daniel Asadi, a producer and live trap artist from Ohio, US, made a remix of the closing theme of the classic animated series “SpongeBob SquarePants” with Kanye’s “I Love Kanye” from his new album “The Life Of Pablo.” The mash-up, called “Spongebob, meet Kanye West,” has been uploaded in YouTube this week and has made it rounds in the social media.

The video, which has since earned more than 160,000, received generally positive feedback from those who have seen it. Some commented that they were surprised how they liked the result, and others even demanded for a full version of the song.

Over on Twitter, music fans also raved about the remix.

The music producer, who refers himself as ASADI, describes his sound as a new genre of electronic music called Persian Trap Music. His music style is heavily influenced by his Persian ethnicity, according to his LinkedIn profile. “His heritage is evident in his emotional and instrumental style of music that tells his fans a story they’ve never heard before,” the description continues. “In addition to sampling old ethnic records that are a completely new experience to his fans, ASADI throws live production at his unsuspecting listeners with a sampler called the Maschine.” Persian Trap Music is referred to as a “lush blend of revolutionary 808 rhythms, heavy bass, and dark overseas melodies.”

In addition to his Persian roots, ASADI is also inspired by musicians including Flying Lotus, Bassnectar, Hucci, XXYYXX, and Kendrick Lamar.

“The Life of Pablo” is Kanye’s seventh studio album, released this year on Valentine’s Day. “I Love Kanye” was the second song from the album to be released on streaming services, after the controversial track “Famous.”

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Source: YouTube/ASADI