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    Move over Kendrick -- you’re not the only one making amazing music.

    California pup Kibo, an adorable Shiba Inu, shows everyone his creative process as he goes back and forth with his owner on getting “five levels deep” into the melody. Using various tools to record Kibo, it’s no wonder the little guy and his dad make the best team.

    Anyone else ready for the mixtape?

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