South Indian Radio Station Employees Used Apple's Siri To Create The Perfect Beatbox Performance

This is so darn cool.

You probably already knew Apple's Siri has many talents, but we bet you had no idea beatboxing was one of them. 

In a video that's now gone viral, three employees from a Dubai-based radio station use their iPhone's personal assistant to create a catchy rendition of the popular Indian Carnatic composition "Endaro Mahanubhavulu." 

"What is one trillion to the tenth power?" Carl La'Frenais, one of the employees at the station, asks Siri. Over the beat of Siri's recital of zeroes, La'Frenais acts as a human beatbox. Then, his colleague Puja Unni joins in, adding the "thaka thimi thas." Finally, a third radio station employee, Pavritha Menon, sings the lyrics to "Endaro Mahanubhavulu" over the beat. 

The result is so good, we're left wanting more. Probably along with the rest of the Internet, considering the 53-second video has more than 1 million views on Facebook and spread all over Twitter.