Mike Posner Remixes "Ho Hey" By The Lumineers, Removes The Words "Ho Hey"
Currently sitting at the no.2 position on our Top 100 chart, "Ho Hey" by The Lumineers has been everybody's favorite catchy folk ditty for months and months. But singer/songwriter/producer Mike Posner decided to remove the signature "ho, hey" chants from his version of the hit tune, as well as strip down the folk elements of the song. Mike's remix/cover re-structures the entire track to make it sound like a fist-pumping pop jam, and we're not sure what to think of it. Was it smart of him to remove the most important lyrics in the song? Listen here:
What do you think of Mike Posner's remix of "Ho Hey"? Let us know in the comments...
- AUDIO: Charli XCX Rocks Out in New Song "Break The Rules"
- Kesha, Big Sean, Ezra Koenig, Grimes Crash HAIM's "My Song 5" Video
- Here's Taylor Swift's 5 Best Lyric Lines About Shaking Off The Haters
- Look Up Lyrics In A Flash On The New MetroLyrics Mobile Site
- Mikky Ekko's "Smile" Lyrics Aren't As Optimistic As You'd Think
- Bastille's Dan Smith Explains Why He Loves Writing Bleak (Yet Uplifting) Pop Songs
- Watch Dan Wilson Talk About Writing a Little Song Called 'Someone Like You' With Adele