Time for some comedy.
A Capella Science is an online video project by Tim Blais, a Canadian physics student and singer. In 2012 Tim realised that he could combine his love of physics and singing in, what he has described as the single most comprehensively nerdy endeavour ever conceived, where he performs parodies of popular songs with a scientific theme made only from unaltered sounds produced by his mouth or vocal chords.
Evo-Devo is a parody of Despacito [Slowly] which was originally released by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee in 2017 as a single. Evo-Devo is short for Evolutionary developmental biology and takes the tune of Despacito to explain this biological theory covering evolution, DNA, and other aspects of developmental biology that you can sing along to, and the video contains the lyrics to make it easier, and it has some interesting animations. After listening to this song a few times you will understand the evolutionary history of Sonic Hedgehog (and the band Devo, if you are so inclined).
You can follow A Capella Science on Facebook, on Twitter, on Instagram, and on his YouTube channel. You can buy his music on iTunes as A Capella Science or as A Capella Science 2, and on Bandcamp. You can help fund the projects on Patreon.