Bassist Thundercat drops song laced with mouthwash sounds

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Grammy-Award-winning musician Thundercat, best known for his funky bass sounds, has released a new song that features samples of mouthwash sounds as a part of a campaign to increase diversity in dentistry.

The song is part of the Whoa Collection, which supports the Increasing Diversity in Dentistry program by Johnson & Johnson’s Listerine mouthwash. The program aims to reduce racial disparities in the dental workforce. Currently, only 4% of dentists in the U.S. are Black.

In addition to the song, Philadelphia contemporary artist King Saladeen designed artwork that was used to create a limited-edition bottle wrap for Listerine mouthwash bottles to support the campaign.

Listen to Thundercat’s new track

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