Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Ft. Pharrell & Nile Rodgers) [FULL SONG LEAKED]

Posted in Bangin, Chill by nick

The long awaited full version of newest single from Daft Punk“Get Lucky” featuring Pharrell and Nile Rodgers is here. After commercials and the Coachella tease, we get the full track thanks to Sonic 102.9 out of Edmonton. Easily one of the most highly anticpated tracks in in awhile, and such a game changing collaboration. Listen to the full track below. Thoughts?

Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Ft. Pharrell & Nile Rodgers)

UPDATED: That was the final version and has since been uploaded to their official Youtube.



24 Comments to “Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Ft. Pharrell & Nile Rodgers) [FULL SONG LEAKED]”

  • It’s not playing and not coming up

  • LOVE IT, but i dont see how a straight-up disco song is game-changing.

  • It’s not Disco, it’s Electro Funk.

  • Love Daft Punk, Love Nile Rodgers, and Love Pharrell….
    but this just sounds like a lazy version of an old Chic disco joint with Pharrell singing to it lol.

    These are all amazing artists….*elevation,* anyone??

  • Anticipated**

  • Any idea if we can get this as an mp3?! I want it now!!

  • It’s fake. The actual track length is 6:07 not 4:13, check Wikipedia. And the vocals not lifted from the SNL advert sound totally different to Pharrell

  • nice try but this is fake as a 30 dollar bill

  • Fake, but still sounds hella good

  • This is a radio version… The actual track length is over six minutes. I read somewhere that this might not be mastered either… So we’ll see… I love it tho :D

  • Im glad youre the only dumb who doesnt know the difference between “radio edit” and the full song

  • […] Punk’s newest single “Get Lucky” recently leaked and it’s been spilling in and out of my ears since I first listened to it 15 […]

  • It’s real. It’s mastered. You think Columbia Records is going to play a minute long, fake song during a Daft Punk promotional video of them all performing the song?

  • It’s real. It’s mastered. You think Columbia Records is going to play a minute long, fake, unmastered song during a Daft Punk promotional video of them all performing the song?

  • […] a possible leak of Daft Punk’s new single, Get Lucky. While most have been obvious fakes, this track seems to hold more potential. Let me be clear, I have no idea if this is the real radio edit of […]

  • Nice and fresh, looking forward to seeing these guys bringing back more funky dace vibes!

  • I think is fake coz the first part dont have mic fx. Its really plain to me. nice try.

  • […] is mostly just because ever since the preview came out I’ve been abusing my ears with Daft Punk’s new single “Get Lucky” like it’s my job to do so (to be honest I’m sure nobody would blame me for having the […]


  • This is not ELECTRO FUNK!! This is plain fucking disco made 2013. To me this song is average. I really hope they’ve got something more MODERN for the next single….

  • Man, May 21st cannot come any sooner, I’ve been listening to Alive 2007 for so long

  • […] For the amount of time I’ve spent listening to Daft Punk this past week they deserved a photo. I snapped this quickly while working on this week’s […]

  • good song…..kinda disco but good

  • […] chart topping album Random Access Memories from earlier this year spawned the overplayed radio hit “Get Lucky”, and the true showing of the second single “Lose Yourself To Dance” with a full on […]

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