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Dennis Ferrer - Hey Hey (Acapella)

Dennis Ferrer - Hey Hey (Acapella)

Dennis Ferrer is a house music producer and DJ from New York City. He is best known for his hit songs such as "Hey Hey", "How Do I Let Go", "Touched the Sky" and "Church Lady". He is also the founder of the label Objektivity.

"Hey Hey" is one of his most popular and successful tracks, released in 2009. It reached number one on the US Billboard Hot Dance Airplay chart and number two on the UK Dance Singles chart. It also received a nomination for Best Dance Recording at the 53rd Grammy Awards in 2011.

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The song features a catchy vocal hook sung by Ferrer himself, which he recorded using a microphone and a laptop in his hotel room in Amsterdam. The acapella version of the song is available for download and streaming on various websites, such as [YouTube], [Acapellas4U] and []. The acapella can be used by DJs and producers to create remixes, mashups, edits and other creative works.

Some examples of remixes that use the acapella are:

  • Hey Hey (DF's Attention Vocal Mix) by Dennis Ferrer himself, which adds more drums, bass and synths to the original version.

  • Hey Hey (Mousse T.'s House Masters Re-Rub) by Mousse T., which gives the song a more funky and disco vibe.

  • Hey Hey (Riva Starr Paradise Garage Remix) by Riva Starr, which transforms the song into a more energetic and club-oriented track.

  • Hey Hey (Tom De Neef Remix) by Tom De Neef, which adds more piano, strings and horns to the song.

  • Hey Hey (Crookers Remix) by Crookers, which incorporates more electro and techno elements to the song.

The acapella can also be used to create mashups with other songs, such as:

  • Hey Hey vs. One More Time by Daft Punk, which combines the vocals of Ferrer with the music of Daft Punk.

  • Hey Hey vs. I Could Be The One by Avicii and Nicky Romero, which blends the vocals of Ferrer with the melody of Avicii and Nicky Romero.

  • Hey Hey vs. Blinding Lights by The Weeknd, which mixes the vocals of Ferrer with the synth-pop sound of The Weeknd.

  • Hey Hey vs. Gypsy Woman by Crystal Waters, which fuses the vocals of Ferrer with the classic house anthem by Crystal Waters.

  • Hey Hey vs. Dirty Sexy Money by David Guetta and Afrojack feat. Charli XCX and French Montana, which merges the vocals of Ferrer with the pop-dance track by David Guetta and Afrojack.

The acapella can also be used to create other types of creative works, such as:

  • A cover version of the song sung by another artist, such as Beyonce, Katy Perry or Michael Jackson.

  • A parody version of the song that changes the lyrics or makes fun of the original song.

  • A video version of the song that uses clips from movies, TV shows, cartoons or memes to match the lyrics or mood of the song.

  • A karaoke version of the song that allows anyone to sing along with the acapella.

  • A game version of the song that uses the acapella as a soundtrack or a sound effect for a video game or an app.

The possibilities are endless with this acapella. It is a versatile and powerful tool for any music lover, DJ or producer who wants to express their creativity and have fun with music.

: [Dennis Ferrer - Wikipedia]( : [Hey Hey (Dennis Ferrer song) - Wikipedia]( : [53rd Annual Grammy Awards - Wikipedia]( : [Dennis Ferrer - Hey Hey (Acapella) - YouTube]


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