This is the Michael Jackson and Phil Collins mashup you didn't know you needed

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'Do you remember' these two bangers? Producer and DJ Sickick certainly does.

In a recent video, Sickick transforms Michael Jackson's Remember The Time and Phil Collins' In The Air Tonight into a euphoric mashup that's got our hands firmly in the air... tonight. 

After laying down some chords on his Arturia MiniLab MIDI controller, Sickick samples, triggers and loops vocal lines using a Pioneer DJM-S11. Cleverly mixing up vocal phrases from each track, he produces a call-and-response effect that sees Phil Collins answering MJ's lyrics ("do you remember?") with some of his own: "I remember, don't worry". 

The producer explained how the idea for this genius mix came about in a post on his Instagram:  "so the story behind this one was @nishsosick and I were driving in LA and he started singing “do you remember” by @michaeljackson, and just as a joke I sang “I REMEMBER DONT WORRY” and we both looked at each other and started dying and knew we had the next post idea 😂😂 so I had to make it happen when I got home and here it is…"

Sickick's no stranger to a mashup: elsewhere on his channels, you can find blends of Busta Rhymes and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele and Do, and Drake and Kanye West.


if mj and phil collins had a secret relationship we didn’t know about… 😂😷💜 ##sickick ##mashup ##justajoke ##relax

♬ original sound - Sickickmusic
Matt Mullen
Tech Editor

I'm the Tech Editor for MusicRadar, working across everything from artist interviews to product news to tech tutorials. I love electronic music and I'm endlessly fascinated by the tools we use to make it. When I'm not behind my laptop keyboard, you'll find me behind a MIDI keyboard, carefully crafting the beginnings of another project that I'll ultimately abandon to the creative graveyard that is my overstuffed hard drive.

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