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TikTok Comedian Gets Epic Musical Revenge Against Neighbors Who Always Blast Loud Music

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A comedian made a TikTok video demonstrating how he exacted vengeance on a neighbor who had been cranking up the volume on their music loud enough to hear through the ceiling.

Exasperated over the sonic assault, Matt O'Brien—a comic whose work had been featured on TBS, MTV, Comedy Network, to name a few—discovered he was able to connect to the inconsiderate neighbor's Bluetooth speaker.

He wrote in the TikTok video's caption:

"I found a way to connect to my neighbors Bluetooth speaker #neighbor #loud #viral"

WARNING: NSFW lyrics

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I found a way to connect to my neighbors Bluetooth speaker #neighbor #loud #viral


Instead of having a confrontation with the neighbor, O'Brien penned expletive-laden lyrics instructing them to turn down the music.

He recorded himself singing the lyrics to the classical tune of Edvard Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King," which is usually associated with Halloween or Christmastime.

The lyrics to the song titled, "Neighbor Song," went as follows:

"Turn your f'kn music down, music down, music down."
"Turn your f'kn music down, your music's f'kn loud, hey."

In the clip, O'Brien showed viewers the ceiling through which hip-hop music was heard blasting before panning down to his laptop. Then, he clicked on the audio file for "Neighbor Song" for a sampling.

Finally, he connected to the neighbor's speaker via Bluetooth and let the magic happen.

Fans of O'Brien's new ditty asked when it would drop as a single.

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Users gave the revenge tune positive reviews.

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Others commiserated with O'Brien over the audacity of the neighbor's disrespectful decibel levels.

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Many in the comments inquired about what happened next.

To date, there have been no updates about an escalation of conflict—or decibels—between the neighbors.