You may not have realised it, but we are all living in Adrian Zammit’s world now, and you should be grateful for it.
The wild and over-the-top Marsa influencer, construction worker and unofficial mukbang star has been tearing up Malta’s online world with his regular online show – and now, a Maltese DJ/producer has sampled one of his most favourite quotables and turned it into a bass house banger.
Karnivajrus is the newest track to be released by Siconix, and is the island’s first official Adrian Zammit-inspired track.
Accompanied by a video mixing up some of Il-Bebbuxu‘s highlights with scenes of coronavirus chaos and random explosions, you can now dance your heart away while still watching Adrian Zammit. The cool album cover art was created by Mediarrow Studio.
Siconix has been releasing a series of iconic Maltese moments turned into bass house bangers – just check out his MaltaSajf inspired track Kulħadd Meqrud.
As hilarious as the track is, it’s catchy and unironically infectious, and we will bet anyone that you’ll be hearing this on Maltese dancefloors soon…. at least, when clubs eventually re-open.
Until then, you can get your Karnivajrus on in the safety of your home.