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This Mash-Up Of 'Take On Me' And Kendrick Lamar's 'Backseat Freestyle' Is Pure Genius

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Collaborations are a mainstay of modern pop music, and a mash-up making the rounds on social media brings together old and modern in perfect, if a little unsettling, harmony.

Discovered by Twitter user Noah Charlick, it turns out Kendrick Lamar's "Backseat Freestyle," released in 2012, and A-Ha's 1984 hit "Take On Me" can be melded into one congruous song.


Be warned, the following contains very strong language.




Remarkable.

Despite Noah's uncertainty as to whether he has stumbled upon a “great discovery" or a “terrible mistake," many are rather fond of the meeting of the two genres:





And while some people seem conflicted about it, deep down they know they love it:







Either way, Twitter is definitely jamming out:







A few people have even offered up unsettling mash-ups of their own:






In fact, one person even reckoned that this marks the triumphant end to music as we know it:




You done good, internet:




A version of this article originally appeared on Press Association.