No, there is not a typo in the headline.
Taku Takahashi who is most known for his DJ work and being one-half of the popular hip-hop duo M-flo has taken a new unique approach to making music. Taku’s latest offering is a collaborative track titled “Pubic Hair Grooving – In Motion”. The song is an instrumental piece featuring no vocals, the smooth beats give the track an elegant vibe overall.
What makes this song so unique is that 15 women helped create the song, these women aren’t musicians however. All of these women were volunteers who donated their pubic hair to help create the song. This was achieved by mapping the hair as sound waves which then created a melody, Taku then put a beat on top of that. Each woman’s pubic hair created their own different sound.
“Pubic Hair Grooving – In Motion” is a tie-in with Datsumo Recipe, a specialty product for female pubic hair removal. Shiboru Yamane works for “Ningen”, an advertising company who helped work on the campaign. Shiboru was inspired because he thought pubic hairs kind of looked like sound waves. Then after that realization all he wanted to do was “create those soundwaves”. On Datsumo Recipe’s official website you can hear the sound created by some of the women’s pubic hairs.