You hear a creature creepin’ up behind; she had dumps like a truck, truck, truck. DJ Cummerbund pulls out all the stops for his sublime Halloween 2023 remix. The unholy offspring of Michael Jackson’s Thriller and Sisqó’s Thong Song is not like other songs – and that’s a good thing.
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(PG-13: Language) If Cali Swag District and Panic! At The Disco performed with Enrique Iglesias, The Bee Gees, Men Without Hats, Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, David Bowie, C+C Music Factory, and Walk the Moon, they might sound something like this dance track from DJ Cummerbund. So pour the champagne… all we need is a beat that’s super-bumpin’.
This mashup is what happens when Shakira’s gyrating hips get an extra nudge from The Offspring, Megadeth, and Wyclef Jean. DJ Cummerbund opens up his musical blender, fills it with a melange of unexpected ingredients, then pushes the “puree” button as hard as he can. Featuring MC Pee-Wee Herman.
Get up, come on, get down with the Muppets! DJ Cummerbund cleverly combined Jim Henson and Frank Oz’s Muppet Show version of Mahna Mahna with scratchy wails of Disturbed’s lead singer David Draiman to give us another musical mashup we had no idea we needed so badly.
Hungry? Enjoy a slice of Cake wrapped in spicy Red Hot Chili Peppers in this amazing remix from DJ Cummerbund. The track perfectly melds the song Going The Distance with Can’t Stop, and sprinkles in a dash of R.E.M.’s It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) for flavor.
DJ Cummerbund is at it again, making musical remixes that should make no sense yet work brilliantly. This time, he took Paul Simon’s Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard and replaced Julio with Coolio. Funny enough, Simon’s original music video starts with a rap by Big Daddy Kane and Biz Markie.
We know what several other songs would sound like if Blink-182 sang them, but what if Tom Jones joined the band and took over as lead singer from Tom DeLonge? DJ Cummerbund adds a dash of pop punk to the 1965 tune that got the ladies tossing their underwear at the buff Welshman.
Back in the day, The Beatles rarely licensed their music for use in television or movies. But if George Harrison had lent his music to a TV series, it might have sounded something like DJ Cummerbund’s reimagining of My Sweet Lord as the theme song from Full House.
What happens when you take N.E.R.D.’s banger Lapdance and combine it with AC/DC’s Back in Black? Musical genius, that’s what. DJ Cummerbund works his magic on these two very different songs and added a dash of Big & Rich for flavor. It’s so good that the track scored a spot on the Deadpool 3 soundtrack.
Oo-ohh, here he comes… Remixer DJ Cummerbund presents a love letter to Danny Devito’s “Man-Cheetah” from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia with a track that manages to blend Hall and Oates, The Strokes, The White Stripes, and Chris Isaak into a deliciously spicy bowl of musical gumbo.
(PG-13: Language) Halloween is nearly here, and to celebrate, DJ Cummerbund is here to bring us some holiday cheer. Combining Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s WAP with Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s Monster Mash, and a dash of Elton John’s Crocodile Rock is something only a truly warped mind could come up with.
What happens when put two earworms in a jar, poke some holes in its lid, and leave them to get freaky? You end up with something like DJ Cummerbund’s combo of Peter Gabriel’s Sledgehammer and Lizzo’s Good as Hell. Toss in a little Stevie Wonder, Red Hot Chili Peppers, TLC, and Rihanna, and you have a meta-hit on your hands.
Remember that John Hughes movie where Anthony Michael Hall and Ilan Mitchell-Smith engineered their own unrealistic fantasy woman? Well what if her name wasn’t Lisa, but instead was Black Betty? Imagine no longer. Thanks to mashup artist DJ Cummerbund, we have our answer. Bam-ba-Lam, mama-sa, mama-koosa!
If Van Halen made disco music, it might have sounded something like this crazy mashup by DJ Cummerbund that blends together the hair band’s rock hit Jump with Gloria Gaynor’s dance floor anthem I Will Survive. It’s hard to believe these songs were released just 5 years apart.
Things get really, really strange as the world of Mortal Kombat is invaded by 1990s one-hit wonder Scatman John. Mashup maker DJ Cummerbund’s music video is equally as insane as the musical combination, which manages to bake in some Spice Girls and Nirvana for good measure.