The ear teaser comes the same week a clip hit headlines across the world and divided people between those who heard "laurel" and those who heard "yanny".
"I only heard yanny once at the beginning and then heard laurel very clearly each time after which was really weird".
DosmRider said: "I heard Laurel".
The video begins with Ivanka Trump - she of the "laurel" camp - and includes appearances by deputy press secretary Raj Shah, another "laurel" person, adviser Kellyanne Conway, and Vice President Pence, who asks, "Who's Yanny". If you hear "Yanny" you're picking up on the higher frequency.
In a cheeky clip posted on Twitter, White House staff argued over Yanny and Laurel.
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Trump past year sent a tweet that ended with the word "covfefe," which quickly went viral before it was deleted.
Reddit user squidjeep posted the clip from DosmRider's video to Reddit, where it first went viral.
He played it for his peers, who disagreed over whether the syllables formed "Yanny" or "Laurel".
'Yanny's the victor, Laurel's the loser, ' she confidently declares.
Experts claim headphones and speakers are bound to behave differently, because it depends on how they process the frequencies. Story also added that if you change the pitch of the original recording you can hear both words. 'All I hear is Yanny'. "When the low frequencies are more emphasized, people will hear "Laurel", Crum said.