David Guetta has shared a new song, intended as a tribute to George Floyd.
The death of the unarmed African-American man during a police arrest in Minnesota has sparked global protests, including several nights of rioting in the United States.
David Guetta was moved to host a lockdown live stream, and decided to air a new song.
Yet the music itself, the speech beforehand, and the decision to sample Martin Luther King Jr and shove a colossal drop at the end of his words... well, it just feels wrong.
Interestingly, Clash spoke to David Guetta a while back for our Swan Song feature, and this happened...
Who would you like to meet at the Pearly Gates of Heaven?
Martin Luther King. He was amazing - so positive.
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Immediately going viral, Hudson Mohawke put it best when he described the clip as "tone deaf..."
Check it out below.
Dono where to start w counting the levels of tone deaf and wrong here pic.twitter.com/kzbctNwcjv— Hudson Mohawke (@HudMo) May 31, 2020
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