Two pop stars are better than one! Taylor Swiftâ€™s new song, â€œLook What You Made Me Do,â€� was remixed with Britney Spearsâ€™ 2004 mega hit â€œToxicâ€� â€” & the outcomes are flawless.
Popular YouTube creator Andy Wu let go theÂ mashupÂ afterÂ Swift’s videoÂ for the songÂ premiered at 2017 MTV (Music Television) Video Music Awards. Wu’s mashup video starts with a phone ringing & the â€œGimme Moreâ€� singer saying her very popular phrase: â€œItâ€™s Britney, b–ch!â€� Swift responds with, â€œDonâ€™t call me that!â€� like she does in her new video.
Swiftâ€™s vocals are completely in sync with Spears’ song, & though the 1st single from the “Out Of The- Woods” singerâ€™s upcoming album,Â Reputation, is a bit slower paced, it involves life when the upbeat sounds from â€œToxicâ€� are introduced.
The â€œToxicâ€� video’s well-known scenes are featured within the mashup, mixed with scenes from the “LWYMMD” video. Both songs feature lyrics about somebody who has wronged the singers, and the way these relationships affected them. Wu seamlessly combines the lyrics, making the chorus: â€œLook what poisonous made me do, do not you know in that you simply’re poisonous?â€�
Since its release, the mashup video has received greater than 440,000 views on YouTube & greater than 11,000 likes. The- creator, who’s a university student from Taiwan, has-been known to remix very popular songs and sometimes combines a brand new tune with another hit song, akin to Lady Gaga’s “Good Illusion” with Calvin Harris’ “This Is What You Came For.”
The unique video for â€œLook What You Made Me Doâ€� has-been breaking records since its debut. The- video garnered greater than 28 million views within the 1st 24 hours of its release, beating the 2017 record previously held by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankeeâ€™s â€œDespacitoâ€� remix in that includes Justin Bieber, with 20 million views.
Watch the mashup video for â€œLook What You Made Me Doâ€� & “Poisonous” above. Swift’s new album ReputationÂ might be out there on Nov. 10, 2017.
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