"Let's Go" Stylophone Remixes

"Let's Go" Stylophone Remixes

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Let's Go refers to a video remix series based on a video of a man playing the song "Jerk It Out" by Caesars on a stylophone at the end of the song, he screams, "Let's go!" as the song plays on his car stereo with the bass boosted. Since its release, remixes of the song have included the soundtrack replaced by other songs.


On July 17th, 2018, Instagram [1] user @lewis_djohn uploaded the original video (shown below). Within six months, the video received more than 29,000 likes and 275,000 views (shown below).

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On July 31st, 2018, the original video was included in a YouTube compilation of "BEST MEMES COMPILATION V23" (shown below). The compilation received more than 7 million views in six months (shown below, left).

The following week, on August 7th, YouTuber Burrito os posted a remix of the video entitled "The Stylophone Meme but its an ANIME." The post received more than 3,800 views in six months (shown below, right).

2022 Resurgence

In the summer of 2022, the stylophone remixes made a resurgence among Japanese users on YouTube and Niconico while being called "Let's Go Meme"[2], thanks to a user Sumiwake (スミワケ) who uploaded a mashup with the song "Unwelcome School" from the smartphone game app Blue Archive[3], on July 7th (shown below).[4] His videos had earned nearly 4.5 million views in total by December 2022. Following the style of this video, the subsequent uploads tend to re-edit the stylophone's part like it plays a line of the song coming after.

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