The music was created on virtual instruments on Mixcraft 8 (using my computer keyboard). The piece is in 7/4.
In a nutshell, this piece is about spam. It's constructed from various spam messages being read by text-to-speech engines.
The title comes from the classic malicious YouTube spam message infesting the comment sections once in a while.
From 0:03 to 0:55, I used a fake ransomware pop-up coming from my Chrome browser inside a virtual machine. This was recycled from the intro of my earlier 50/90 2017 track "Zigzag Spambots".
0:56 to 1:47 is taken from a Yahoo answers question "How can I go back to the year 2000 on the internet?" circa 2012, and is read by Microsoft Sam. In the latter half of the sequence, I overlaid several different variants of the ending paragraph atop one another to produce an incomprehensible mess.
From 1:48 to the end, I used the biographies of some spam accounts that occasionally appear on the FAWM site, and then get terminated after a while.
The picture in the video is a screenshot of the "Merry X Mas!" ransomware I had gotten on a virtual machine (on the 25th of January 2017) whilst trying to download a game. Fortunately, it was in a virtual machine so it wouldn't harm any of my real files.