Peggy Gou remixes Kylie Minogue music ‘I Cant’ Get You Out Of My Head’
Korean DJ/producer-extraordinaire Peggy Gou has introduced a remix of Kylie Minogue’s iconic 2001 hit ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’.
Surprisingly, the brand new remix has been commissioned by Magnum ice cream to have a good time the twentieth anniversary of the music, and it is going to be launched to have a good time the Cannes Movie Competition, which kicks off subsequent week on Could nineteenth.
In a teaser posted to her Instagram, Peggy Gou is mendacity on a physician’s chair, with the surgeon saying: “Don’t fear, Miss Gou. We’ll care for that music caught in your head.”
“I can’t fairly imagine it’s been twenty years since I launched this music! I’m a giant fan of Peggy and I’m so excited for everybody to listen to this remix!” Minogue defined of the brand new model of what’s arguably her most well-known music.
Gou counted: “Partnering with certainly one of my musical icons to remix what’s an undisputed membership basic is a dream come true. From private expertise, ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ is a type of songs that transports, strikes and uplifts folks everywhere in the world. Classics like this by no means exit of fashion however I’ve cherished with the ability to put my very own private stamp on such a legendary observe.”
Concluding: “To have the ability to deliver a modern-day home sound to this legendary observe exhibits us that classics by no means exit of fashion and I can’t look ahead to you all to listen to it”.
The remix of ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ comes as a part of a resurgent interval for Minogue, who launched her celebrated fifteenth album, Disco, final 12 months. She then dropped the ‘Visitor Record Addition’, that includes the likes of Gloria Gaynor, Jessie Ware and Years & Years.
Peggy Gou has additionally had a busy 12 months, and her observe ‘Troop’ was included on the soundtrack for Matt Reeves’ blockbuster The Batman. London followers can catch her at this 12 months’s version of Discipline Day on Saturday, August twentieth.
Take heed to Peggy Gou ‘Troop’ under.
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