In the last 24 hours, Miftachul Wachyudi has uploaded 72 music videos to YouTube.
They're all between 30 and 40 seconds in length, pertain to the power of love, are punctuated by commas and feature visuals of a man's face laid over various landmarks, laptops and vistas.
The falsetto sugar pop banger that is "I'm glad to say that ," is as good a place as any to start:
In a similar vein, but with a latin tinge, comes "you're all mine and I'm glad ,":
But things aren't always blissful in Miftachul's love life, as is clear in "if you want someone ," which asks for appropriate notification of a love rival:
Each video is filled with cut and pasted inspiring quotes in the description field and screams "PLEASE CLICK ADVERTISING!!!", but am I complicit in a spam advertising scheme, or is it all a cunning hoax a la the @horse_ebooks twitter account? Song titles like "it's nothing to try" and "amazing how I feel when I'm around" share its haunting sentiments.
Further down the rabbit hole, here's one with karate kicks thrown in:
And a video that uses a still from Tron as its thumbnail:
I've been clicking 'Load more' on his channel for 10 minutes and have still not reached the bottom.
I really hope it's just a prolific musician very in tune with the pains of the human heart.Reuse content