January 11, 2016 9:06 pm

Canadian DJ’s remix of David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’ seen by millions

A file photograph showing British rock legend David Bowie performing in Hamburg, Germany, 16 October 2003.

Maurizio Gambarini/EPA via The Associated Press

World-renowned Canadian DJ and producer Skratch Bastid posted a video tribute to the late David Bowie on Facebook which has created quite a stir.

Paul Murphy, AKA Skratch Bastid, was working late Sunday night at his Toronto studio when he checked his social media feeds and discovered the passing of the legendary rock star.

The Halifax native remixed Bowie’s biggest hit Let’s Dance and posted the video on his YouTube and Facebook pages.

It has been viewed over five million times on Facebook while also being shared over 100,000 times.

“So this one’s for you, David — a tribute, just having some fun with a dancefloor smash that has always been a favourite to double copies of while keeping people moving,” Murphy wrote. “Don’t mind the smilin’, I can’t help it. Rest easy…”

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