Whether you have a love-hate relationship with “Gangnam Style” or a hate-hate relationship with it, the tune’s popularity is undeniable. The music video recently reached a milestone 1 billion views on YouTube and the dance has been parodied by everyone from prisoners to military personnel. While we’d rather see an Afrojack dance parody, we’ll gladly accept a remix from the famed producer instead. Just in time to count as a Christmas gift, Afrojack has uploaded a preview to SoundCloud. With bleepy Dutch synth sounds, it’s exactly what we’ve come to expect from him. We’re not fond of the way the vocals were integrated, but the track serves its purpose of energizing crowds.
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