Before Afrojack remixed “Bad” for its 25th anniversary, Chuckie had been the exclusive electronic artist to have officially remixed a Michael Jackson record. Today’s weekend rewind turns back the clock 2 years to February 2011, when Chuckie got his hands on “Hollywood Tonight,” the first single that followed MJ’s tragic death. Combining Dirty Dutch bleeps with fashionable progression, Chuckie forms a radio friendly dance beat for the voice of the late king of pop.
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