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11 May 2022

Kylie Classic, ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ Remixed By Peggy Gou

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Kylie Minogue’s classic track, Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, has been remixed by South Korean dance act Peggy Gou. The track and video will be released 19 May.

The remix was teased today on Magnum’s TikTok. One of the most celebrated names in contemporary club culture, Peggy’s natural feel for the warmth, joy and freedom of house and techno music made her a perfect choice to remix Kylie’s timeless hit.

The music video will explore the relationship between Korean pop culture and noughties nostalgia, brought to life in a series of stunning film and stills, adorned with illustrations by Seoul based creative Seo Inji.

Speaking about the collaboration, Kylie said: “I can’t quite believe it’s been twenty years since I released this song! I’m a big fan of Peggy and I’m so excited for everyone to hear this remix!”

Peggy said: “Partnering with one of my musical icons to remix what is an undisputed club classic is a dream come true. From personal experience, ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ is one of those songs that transports, moves and uplifts people all over the world. Classics like this never go out of style but I’ve loved being able to put my own personal stamp on such a legendary track. I can’t wait for you to hear it”.

Kylie is the only female artist to score a Number 1 on the UK’s Official Albums Chart in five consecutive decades, most recently with DISCO – her eighth No 1 album. Collectively, Kylie’s singles have spent over 300 weeks in the Official UK Singles Chart Top 40 and she has sold more than 80 million albums worldwide. Kylie has multiple awards and accolades to her name, including three BRIT Awards, two MTV Music Awards and a Grammy. Her 2019 Glastonbury performance was the most-watched TV moment in the festival’s history

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