These days, it isn’t easy to tell how a song was made. On one end of the spectrum, we have producers such as Hit-Boy and Lex Luger who use what is widely considered a simple PC program, Fruity Loops, to make beats. On the other, we have artists such as Lana Del Rey who are recording music using only live instruments. The moral of the story is, the possibilities of modern creation are endless and there is no right or wrong way to do things. With his new song, “Race Car,” Pittsburgh’s own Choo Jackson has shown that he realizes this and proven the power we have in our hands every day. Produced by himself on his iPhone, the boastful track sounds like it could have been made on equipment many times the cost. Take a listen above and look out for Choo’s new album, Broken Hearts Make Money, to be released sometime this summer on Mac Miller‘s REMember Music imprint.