Someone Made an '80s Version of "What Do You Mean" and It's Better Than the Original
Justin Bieber's music has always felt like the perfect sound for this generation's youth.
So someone named TRONICBOX makes 1980s remixes of today's pop songs to get a sense of what his music could have meant for kids of a different time period.
His best work so far is this 1985 version of Justin Bieber's song "What Do You Mean?"
Bieber's ticking clocks and iPhone chirps are replaced here with keytar, sax, and lots of '80s schmaltz.
Sound weird? TRONICBOX also made another rework of Maroon 5's 2015 hit "Sugar".
Please do more, TRONICBOX!