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A-Trak, Skrillex & Diplo to remix Michael Jackson’s “Bad” | Music News

May 2nd, 2012 | by Andy Bustard


Three of today’s most accomplished electronic engineers will be reinventing a Michael Jackson classic. As Mixmag reports, A-Trak, Skrillex and Diplo are set to craft their very own remix of the legendary pop star’s 1987 single, “Bad”, for Pepsi. Fans will be able to stream the material, which is set to be released later this month to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the Bad LP, by purchasing a special edition Pepsi can and scanning its code.

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  1. [...] be one of several commemorative acts marking the album’s anniversary, including Pepsi’s commissioning of several remixes of the title track and adornment of a billion soda cans with a Jackson silhouette. The album is [...]

  2. [...] greats. Especially from the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. While his 1987 iconic album Bad set to be reinvented by Diplo, A-Trak and Skrillex – the AfroJack-produced remix of the “Bad” single [...]

  3. [...] we reported earlier this month, Pepsi has commissioned DJs A-Trak, Diplo and Skrillex to concoct a remix of [...]

  4. [...] The Blueprint Group that launched at the annual SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. PepsiCo also plans on releasing a series of remixes to Jackson’s “Bad” single executed by popular DJs Skrillex, Diplo and A-Trak as [...]