Here is another gem I found scrolling through my TikTok feel earlier this week.  While this house is not set to Christmas music it is something that I can appreciate as a fan of all music genres  TikTik user, H Town Frankie posted a video this past weekend of his house Christmas decoration choreographed to Lil Jon's 'Snap Yo Fingers' and it went mega-viral and has been viewed over 26 million times. 

However, after further investigation, it turns out that this Houstonian actually programs a different song any given night and started doing this last year. So you never know what you are going to see when you drive by.  However, he does not post his address anymore.  After doing so in 2012 he basically turned his neighborhood into a huge parking lot. He has TikTok's posted from Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas.' C+C Music Factory 'Gonna Make You Sweat' to the H-Town rap of Lil Keke.  Check out all those TikTok's below. SEE ALL THE VIDEOS BELOW...

First up is 'Snap You Fingers'...


@htown_frankieYeyeah! Whhhat?! Okaaaay! ##htown_frankie##christmas2021 @liljon♬ original sound - Frankie To-ong

Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas'


@htown_frankieHappy Thanksgiving, God Bless Us All, and pay Carlos Correa! ⚾️ ##htown_frankie ##houston ##houstonastros♬ original sound - Frankie To-ong


Showing H-Town love with Lil Keke's 'Southside'

@htown_frankieYou already know... ##htown_frankie ##houston ##christmas2020 ##screwedupclick♬ original sound - Frankie To-ong


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