The Melker Project “GOOD House Party TIME” (Meek Mill x Owl City & Carly Rae Jespen)
Mash-up maestro The Melker Project is looking to have a pretty busy autumn season. Not only is he preparing a new full length, Popped and Screwed, he’s also launching a brand new series, Free Music Thursdays (which is always a good thing).
On paper the pairing may seem odd (second to Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and everything released from Katy Perry in 2012, “Good Time” is truly one of the whitest guilty pleasures of the year), but Melker brilliantly makes the two records sound like the most natural bedfellows, adding some drums here and a little chopped-and-screwed tweak there to create a seamless hip-pop marriage that, going by the endless string of similarly constructed platinum hits Flo Rida has dominated with in recent years, really could stand as a pop smash all on its own.
Wethinks we found something to get white folk wasted to this weekend…