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An LA-based group called The Love Project, wants to get “to the heart of what love really means,” and to do so they’re asking random people a list of questions about l-o-v-e, and performing Lil Wayne’s song “How to Love” on the metro train.

Jo Muse, chairman and chief creative officer at advertising agency Muse Communications, which launched the project, explained it as “a way to explore culture and share it with a broader audience,” and “create something completely independent of client work.”

The group members range in age, gender, and race, and in addition to performing, they also ask commuters a series of questions about dating, religion, family, race, sex, heartbreak, divorce and sustaining a healthy marriage” like “How did you know you were in love?”, “What would you not do for love?” and “Are human beings capable of unconditional love?”

Check out one of the train performances below and tell us what you think about their idea.

Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.

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