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The Love Project, launched by L.A. local advertising agency Muse Communications, created a cultural experiment where those taking part tried to get "to the heart of what love really means" by performing the Young Money CEO's hit song on public transportation.
In a press release issued by Muse Communications chairman and chief creative officer, Jo Muse, she explained The Love Project was created in an effort to explore culture and share it with a broader audience.
In the two-minute clip, a man boards the subway with guitar in hand and kicks off the song. As the commute gets underway, he's joined by more passengers singing 'How to Love,' including a ponytail-sporting tween who knows all of the lyrics.
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