If you want to know what beloved tracks were messed with, check out what Aoki and Guetta have done.
Check out how Guetta and Aoki keep EDM alive.
First, Steve Aoki put a drop on Titanic’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’, and then David Guetta performed his new single, a horrible re-imagining of the nursery rhyme ‘If You’re Happy And You Know It’. Watch both below, if you really want to.
First, during a slight drop in the frenetic pace of his set, American electro-house musician Steve Aoki played Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’, allowing the original vocals to remain fairly unchanged… until, that is, he put a massive drop on it.
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Meanwhile, David Guetta previewed his new single, a nightmare-ish version of the popular (not for much longer) children’s song ‘If You’re Happy And You Know It’. To be fair, it seemed to go down well with the crowd.
We hope the two of them are happy. They’ve ruined Titanic and nursery rhymes for us. Check out Beardymen parodying the genre with ‘Why Is EDM Dead’ for Gigwise below – we’re inclined to agree.