Australian DJs getting mad respect for their dope Disney remix
A video of two Australian DJs remixing "Breaking Free" from Disney's High School Musical in a club has been shared over 85,000 times in the last 16 hours.
When high school musical is life 😂 https://t.co/H5WAbdLCYl— Teddy Cream (@Teddy Cream)1489406604.0
Teddy Cream is Australia's 6th most favorite DJ act, and if this video is any indication of how lit their sets can be, it's easy to see why. But the remixed version of "Breaking Free" was actually done by two other Australian DJs – Jesse Bloch and Jesse James. The remix is even hotter than the club version!
And as a bonus, Bloch and James have done other Disney remixes! (Did your day just get a lot better?) Listen to this remix of "What Dreams Are Made Of" from The Lizzie McGuire Movie.
This is legitimately what dreams are made of. You're welcome, world.
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