Andrew Huang is a Toronto-based music and video producer with a penchant for working within absurd, self-imposed limitations.
A versatile and prolific musician, he has released over 2,000 songs in a massive range of genres. His collaborative work has been equally eclectic: Creating an interactive sonic art installation under the mentorship of Emily Haines (Metric); composing the World Wildlife Fund’s official Earth Hour anthem; and producing numerous viral hits with YouTube sensations such as Rhett & Link, Hannah Hart (My Drunk Kitchen) and Boyinaband.
Andrew is best known for the strange feats of musicianship which have earned him over 600,000 subscribers and 80,000,000 views on his YouTube channel. He has rapped 300 words in a minute, composed a classical piece in the shape of a unicorn head, and covered numerous pop songs using only the sounds of items mentioned in the lyrics - for instance, "99 Red Balloons" played on red balloons.