Few world leaders have as rich a meme history as Vladamir Putin. From riding a bear to simply being the leader of a world power, he has captured the imagination and creativity of the internet at its best. In this vein, someone genius decided to make a Putin remix set to Song for Denise. Though the actual moment is his inauguration, you have to wonder what music was going in the background as he was walking towards his destiny. For extra effect, add the song in the background to really get your groove on.
Ever since going viral suddenly, the Ghanaian Dancing Pallbearers have become a global sensation. So much so other crews are even hopping on the trend and making their own version of the dancers. So whether your a purist or someone looking to create your own dancing remix, check out some of these amazing dancing remixes as well.
A simple way to make a funeral ceremony special and upbeat has turned into a viral sensation globally almost overnight. It is truly incredible the power of human curiosity, and it's no wonder with the popularity of the group, people have to make it their own. Here's a collection of some of the best renditions of the dance, and if you are looking for even more Ghanaian Dancing Polebearers, look no further.
This wonderful piece of late 90's nostalgia has been remixed again and again. And now it's been remixed one more time! In this version of 'All Star' someone made every member of the band play at slightly different tempos. It's like a terrible karaoke failure. Enjoy.
This is the only Lenny Kravitz video you ever need to see.
Thanks to Neil Cicierega, the guy behind the '90s mixtape "Mouth Sounds," the hit single from 1998 "Fly Away" has been transformed into a new work of art with dragonflies and Milky Ways.
Watch all the way to the end to get to the nutty stuff inside this unexpected treat.
Chris Holmes is lucky enough to travel the world with Sir Paul McCartney and is frequently the former Beatle's opening act. He has taken the time to put together this amazing remix of many of McCartney's hits. So kick back this holiday and take a trip down your parents' memory lane with this stellar mix.
London-based videomaker and "part-time thinker" Alessandro Grespan presents a surprisingly good mashup of LCD Soundsystem's 2007 song "New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down" and Miles Davis' improvisational jazz recording.
Mashup of the Day is an ongoing feature series focused on showcasing notable mash ups and remixes fresh out of the internet music tubes.