Aussie DJ Says Calvin Harris Promised To Remix Spice Girls If Australia Passed SSM
Written by Emmy Mack on 12th December, 2017
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In the wake of Australia finally passing the marriage equality bill with flying rainbow colours, Calvin Harris is being urged to act on a SSM-related promise he apparently made to an Aussie DJ five years ago.
Adelaide muso Filip Odzak has taken to Twitter to remind Harris of a “hand shake” agreement the super-producer struck at Sydney nightclub Marquee back when he was here for Stereosonic in 2012, the terms of which apparently involved him remixing the Spice Girls‘ classic sexy-time ballad ‘2 Become 1’ when Australia finally legalised same-sex marriage.
“Well it just happened today,” Filip apparently told Harris in a text, calling on him to keep up his side of the bargain.
Sharing the text with the Twitterverse alongside a photo that the pair snapped together on that fateful night, Filip added: “For five years I’ve been waiting for this! I’m very excited to hear what you do with the iconic track to celebrate this momentous occasion. A deal is a deal!”
And Australia is now following suit, turning up the heat on Harris to deliver on the promised remix.
— Filip Odzak (@FILIP_WithAnF) December 7, 2017
— STRAYAAAAAA(@bergs____) December 7, 2017
— Jasmine Hall (@TravelJaz13) December 7, 2017
— Saku Koishikawa (@SirAKiller) December 7, 2017
If* this happens if will be a banger
— Daniel Zennon (@dzennon) December 7, 2017
— Brian Lloyd (@MrBrianLloyd) December 7, 2017
— M.M.C (@PizzaWontCheat) December 7, 2017
@CalvinHarris keep your promise. It will be a hit for sure.
— Dixie Normous (@_manwhore_) December 7, 2017
PLEASE BLESS US @CalvinHarris
— Phillipe Lynch (@PhillLynch) December 7, 2017
— B. (@pickettbri) December 7, 2017
Oh my god. This needs to happen.
— Rachel??? (@DarlingSpectrum) December 7, 2017
Calvin is yet to respond, but the people are waiting…