German-Namibian artist Max Siedentopf recently debuted the 'Toto Forever' sound installation in an undisclosed location in the Namib Desert. The installation features six speakers connected to an MP3 Player set to play one song -- Toto's 'Africa.' The speakers use solar-powered batteries to ensure they can play "for eternity."
The inspiration for this unique sound installation came from the age and location of the Nimb Desert, located on the west coast of Southern Africa. The desert is over 55 million years old, and Siedentropf stated: "Hopefully the song will play just as long." The song itself was released in 1982 and has since sold over 4 million copies, but still remains relevant in pop culture today, having been featured in 'Aquaman' and covered by rock band Weezer.
Siedentropf hasn't revealed the exact location of 'Toto Forever' but noted it's "like a treasure that only the most loyal of Toto fans can find."