With Straight Outta Compton still the number one film in the country, it was only a matter of time until someone performed an impromptu medley of Dr. Dre classics on a piano in a seemingly half-empty bar in Arizona. Sadly, this unidentified hero pianist didn't (presumably) throw in any N.W.A. tracks or, most favorably, proceed to tell the entire musical history of N.W.A.'s respective members all the way from Straight Outta Compton's political impact to Dre's eventual Apple cosign.

He did, however, manage to give "Still D.R.E." and "What's the Difference" the proper piano treatment. The reactions from fellow bar guests are as heightened as should be expected, only reinforcing the need for more impromptu Dr. Dre piano medleys at bars all across the country.

Tragically, it appears as though every single person experiencing this Piano by Dre performance were holding their phones so as to capture frustratingly vertical video. Vertical. Video.

Why is this still happening?