Ever wanted to own a music player that plays one random song at a time? Probably not, because that's ridiculous. Regardless, it's a fun project, and over on Hackster.io, DIYer Alain Maur shows off how to build it.
When you close a contact on the Raspberry Pi, it triggers a small program that plays a MP3 at random. When it's done, the Pi remains silent until you close that contact again. It's a pretty silly idea, but a fun one nonetheless. Head over to Hackster.io for the full guide to make this for yourself.
P.S.S.P. - Pi Single Song Player [Hackster.io]