“You blocked me on Facebook, and now you’re going to die” is a phrase that was made popular by Knife Party’s track “Internet Friends”. Hardwell has taken it upon himself to switch things up a bit, revamping the vocals to say: You don’t like Hardwell on Facebook, and now you’re going to die. How catchy. This is quite an interesting ploy. Could you imagine hearing this in a set? It’s essentially advertising, and I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. But hey, Facebook likes are everything these days. Beyond that silly edit, the track itself retains its original melody and really doesn’t see any major changes. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel like Hardwell could’ve done better for 200k. This is the first review containing any semblance of negative opinion that I can remember on EHusky… It doesn’t feel good, but I had to.
Hardwell’s 200k Facebook Gift: Internet Friends (Hardwell Edit) – Knife Party | Get it here
- SZ (@TheElectroHusky)