Pepsi and Sony have partnered with the Michael Jackson estate to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jackson’s seventh artist album, “Bad.” Along with a series of cans featuring an image of the late pop icon, Sony Music has plans for a revamped album that will feature re-mastered tracks, unreleased songs, and remixes from the likes of Afrojack, A-Trak, and Diplo. The first offering comes from the Dutch hit-maker, Afrojack, who, contrary to his usual stylings, takes a softer approach on this rework. In his attempt to maintain the integrity of this legendary record, he uses his signature bleep sound as an added boost, while keeping the original elements intact. The untouched vocals coincide flawlessly with the usual Afro-synth and drum work, and make for quite a modest remix. “Bad 25” will be available for purchase on September 18th.
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