Continuing its trend of celebrating Black culture, Google unveiled a tribute to the birth of hip hop with an interactive turntable.
Before users can mix their own tunes, a visit to the search engine’s home page launches them into a video narrated by former “Yo! MTV Raps” host Fab Five Freddy. Then, folks can choose from a collection of classic tunes to remix to their hearts’ content.
Now, some are getting hella distracted.
I'll Google that, hang on…
*sees #GoogleDoodle on hiphop*
*…plays with turntables for an hour 🔥🙌😎* -i should b doing smthing…but what
— A Stranger (@internetstrange) August 11, 2017
— Tag Me In Podcast (@TagMeInPodcast) August 11, 2017
Meanwhile, many are straight-up feeling like legit DJs—or something like that.
— Oluwajomiloju (@JomiAdeniran) August 11, 2017
— Alex Ramirez (@alexramirez) August 11, 2017
Google is so lit. You can't tell me I'm not a DJ with this interactive turntable right now pic.twitter.com/lmnXIg78UA
— la petite mort (@goddessjimmi) August 11, 2017
— Charlotte (@CharWOW23) August 11, 2017
Some simply want to show off their stellar (virtual) spinning skills.
— Cat Marr (@Catmarr) August 11, 2017
— LadyLove (@LadyLovesDisco) August 11, 2017
— Deepankar Chaudhary (@deepankar3994) August 11, 2017
— Andreas Steinwachs (@andysteinwachs) August 11, 2017