Salt bae is out and yodeling boy at Walmart is in.
Whether you love it, hate it or are now geeking out about yodeling culture, a plethora of dance music artists have taken to social media to express their two cents on the cowboy-kid-turned-meme.
The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki and Marshmello are just a few of the many who chimed in. Some DJs are even playfully tinkering around with the idea of “yodel trap.” Interestingly enough, it seems like Robin Schulz knew this one was coming back in 2016.
Let’s dive in below on the jokes, disgust and overall meme analysis.
Me too kid, me too pic.twitter.com/GzilkRHEpD
— THE CHAINSMOKERS (@TheChainsmokers) April 4, 2018
— Azukita Aoki (@steveaoki) April 4, 2018
Marshmello ft yodeling kid
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) April 5, 2018
i’m so sorry pic.twitter.com/1WPT8jdg1d
— slushii (@SlushiiMusic) April 3, 2018
stop saying I look like the walmart yodel kid
— Whethan (@whethanmusic) April 4, 2018
thank you walmart i appreciate that https://t.co/mYjevuMM2v
— Whethan (@whethanmusic) April 5, 2018
Yo how does everyone have so much time to internet… I spend a few days traveling/writing/generally enjoying not being glued to my phone and all of the sudden all I can see is yodeling kid remixes and IF YOU DONT LOVE ME AT/YOU DONT DESERVE ME AT posts. Chill fam. We get it
— SHARK IN THE ZONE (@Jauzofficial) April 5, 2018
walmart yodel boy’s officially got some competition pic.twitter.com/4pPU7XFuWh
— ray volpe (@rayvolpe) April 3, 2018
If people start playing this yodel thing in sets i quit djing
— The Knocks (@theknocks) April 5, 2018
our new shit is yodel trap
— brasstracks (@brasstracks) December 10, 2016
Waiting for a psy trance remix of the yodeling Wal Mart kid
— Henry Fong (@henryfong) April 3, 2018
No one has made yodeling mainstream yet, immmma do it
— Unlike Pluto (@unlikepluto) April 7, 2017
Looks like Robin Schulz saw this one coming…
— Robin Schulz (@robin_schulz) April 12, 2016