December 30, 2014 2:55 PM EST

Okay, so you’ve heard the year’s biggest hits (like Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” and Pharrell’s “Happy”) a million times, but you’ve never heard them quite like this.

Musician Andrew Huang – who can turn everything from balloons to meth lab objects into musical instruments – reflected on the past year in pop music by playing some of the biggest hits on just about every random object he could find lying around his house.

Huang starts off with the catchy opening notes of Clean Bandit’s “Rather Be,” and eventually makes his way to other hits like Pitbull and Kesha’s “Timber” and Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.” Besides his voice, he plays the song using objects like firewood, a salt shaker, a couch cushion, a spatula, a bag of kale and a pants zipper.

See the full list of household objects turned musical instruments here.

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