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Old Town Road,” the hip-hop/country hit that’s inspired both controversy and a mountain of memes, has now been remade into a horse-centric version that’s every bit as bizarre as it sounds.

The original song (and video), by Lil Nas X, was already pretty heavy in the horse department. In fact, the full name of the song is “Old Town Road (I Got The Horses In The Back)” but YouTube sound artist KNOH decided to take things to their natural horsey conclusion by sampling horse sounds and remaking the entire song.

“I decided to remake Old Town Road by Lil Nas using only horses samples!” he says in the video description “Horses are surprisingly musical.”

We’ll let you be the judge of that.

If this all isn’t odd enough for you, the video also features the artist making a bunch of horse puns using an ASMR voice.

A quick look through his channel reveals KNOH’s passion for this kind of remake. For instance, he made a version of “Flossin” using only dental floss and version of Dillion Francis’ “Look at that Butt” using only the sound of his own farts. It’s pretty gross but undeniably creative.

“Old Town Road” seems to be inspiring all kinds of remakes and remixes. There’s a video which shows a google image for every single world of the song, an all-string version and, for some reason, a version that removes every other beat, among others. Given the song’s immense popularity and the fact that its rise to fame came mainly through its viral spread on the internet, maybe this shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise.

One thing is for sure: Lil Nas X must be happy with the strange, yet lucrative, turn of events.

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(CNN)Get ready to get country with the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards Wednesday night.

The show will pay tribute to the last five decades of country music with some of the most famous names in the industry lined up to perform. Here are five reasons to watch.

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    Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will take the stage again to host the show for their ninth consecutive year. The duo is known for their opening monologue where they poke fun at their fellow country music stars and also take on topical subjects. With the presidential election just six days away, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton jokes are sure to abound.

    Sneak peek at my decade-inspired wardrobe for the #CMAawards50 #70s #fringe #Gold #CarrieByTheDecades

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    Underwood has set a precedent of multiple wardrobe changes during the show. This year, the Grammy winner has been giving fans a sneak peek with pictures of her many beaded and sequined gowns on Instagram. Underwood recently told reporters that she plans to wear outfits representing the 50 year history of the show. “I’m gonna kinda start and end the night as me, but throughout the evening, it’ll be like sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties, like early 2000s.” It sounds like Paisley might get in on the fun too. “She can show the best of the decade, and I can show the low point,” he said.

    So many amazing artists just added to the lineup for #CMAawards50 next week! You seriously can't miss this one! #awards #cmaawards #cma #lineup #livemusic

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    The show’s slate of performers is impressive: Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire and many more. One that will surely have you reaching for your Kleenex box will be when Randy Travis takes the stage. The singer suffered a debilitating stroke three years ago — impacting his mobility and speech — but he’s making a comeback.

    #CMAawards50 ENTERTAINER of the Year nominees are @GarthBrooks, @LukeBryan, @ChrisStapleton, @CarrieUnderwood & @KeithUrban! Visit (link in bio) or the Facebook Live from GMA's page for full list of nominees!

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    The battle for Entertainer of the Year is the most coveted award of the night. Underwood is the lone female in the category up against Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, and Keith Urban. Other big competitions include Album of the Year — for which Underwood is nominated for “Storyteller” — Male Vocalist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.
    Country music’s most epic performance could take place tonight. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the CMA Awards, 30 of country music’s biggest stars got together to make the “Forever Country” music video. The video first debuted in September and features a medley of country music’s greatest hits: “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” “On The Road Again,” and “I Will Always Love You.”
    The 50th Annual CMA Awards air November 2 at 8pm ET on ABC.

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    (CNN)Are you ready for country music’s biggest night?

    The 50th annual Country Music Association Awards are Wednesday and there will be plenty of star power.
      Some of the industry’s biggest stars including Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Alabama, Jennifer Nettles and Keith Urban are set to perform. They will be joining co-hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood who will also take the stage.
      Dolly Parton will receive the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award.
      In honor of it being the 50th anniversary, the organization has put together a music video titled “Forever Country: Artists of Then, Now, and Forever” featuring 30 of the genre’s biggest stars.
      The CMA Awards will air at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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