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Watch Daft Punk Make Epic Appearance In The Weeknd’s Cinematic “I Feel It Coming” Music Video

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After seeing Daft Punk and The Weeknd perform "I Feel It Coming" live at the Grammys together, they've once again reunited for the release of the song's music video. The video, directed by Warren Fu, has a vintage vibe to it and will bring you back to the Michael Jackson days with the way the video is shot and The Weeknd's wardrobe selection. 

Watch Daft Punk And The Weeknd Perform “I Feel It Coming” Live At Grammys 

You'll find him singing the song on a planet in outer space where he is then connected with a holographic woman who he dances with. Daft Punk makes a brief cameo at the very end of the video and the music from "Starboy" begins to play, but then gets cut off when the video switches to black.

Daft Punk’s First Essential Mix On BBC Turns 20 : Listen Here

Whether this means we can expect Daft Punk to appear in a new video with The Weeknd or not remains to be seen, but it's always cool to see Daft Punk and The Weeknd together. Watch the official music video for "I Feel It Coming" below and enjoy!

Click here to see the Lyrics to I Feel It Coming (Feat. Daft Punk)

Daft Punk’s First Essential Mix On BBC Turns 20 : Listen Here

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It's officially been 20 years since Daft Punk make their Essential Mix debut with Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. The iconic French electronic duo had just released their first album, Homework, only a few months prior to this mix.

This LP pretty much launched them into the spotlight with tracks like "Da Funk", "Around The World" and "Burnin". The rest was history. Daft Punk's introductory Essential Mix features tracks like "Funk Phenomena" from Armand Van Helden, songs of their own like "Teacher" and "Oh Yeah", and they even slipped in Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech. Stream the two-hour mix below in celebration of it now being two decades since their Essential Mix debut! Enjoy!

Daft Punk - Essential Mix


01. Daft Punk – ‘Wdpk Essential Intro’
02. Paul Johnson – ‘Summer Heat’
03. Armand Van Helden – ‘Funk Phenomena (Dope Mix)’
04. Czr – ‘Chicago Southside’
05. Unknown – ‘Git Down Saturday’
06. Remix Delux #1 – ‘Dee’s Knots’
07. Parris Mitchell – ‘Ghetto Shout Out’
08. Daft Punk – ‘Teachers’
09. Martin Luther King – ‘I Have A Dream’
10. The Godson EP – ‘Drum Patterns & Memories’
11. Jammin Gerald – ‘Get The Ho ’94’
12. Dj Attack – ‘Da Way U Work’
13. Thomas Bangalter – ‘Spinal Beats’
14. Thomas Bangalter – ‘Spinal Scratch’
15. Tha West Siders – ‘Waxscratch Trax’
16. Fantom – ‘Faithfull (Prassay Mix)’
17. Fantom – ‘Faithfull (Original Mix)’
18. Fantom – ‘Faithfull (Da Cracy Mix)’
19. I:cube – ‘Disco Cubizm (Daft Punk Mix)’
20. Daft Punk – ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’
21. Dj Hyperactive – ‘Chicago’
22. Daft Punk – ‘Oh Yeah’
23. Cajmere – ‘Only 4 U’
24. Trankilou – ‘Champagne’
25. Unknown – ‘And Da Beat Goes On’
26. Dj Funk & Gerald – ‘Hold Up’
27. Ween – ‘Freedom Of ’76’
28. Zdar + Boombass – ‘Foxy Lady’
29. Gusto – ‘Disco’s Revenge’
30. Dj Deeon – ‘Deeon Doez Disco’
31. Sweet – ‘Somebody’s Watching’
32. Da Mongoloids – ‘Spark Da Meth’
33. Roller Rink 2000 – ‘Shining’
34. Roy Davis Jr. – ‘Gabrielle’
35. Robert J. Hairston – ‘Preacher Man’
36. Daft Punk – ‘Around The World (Motorbass Mix)’
37. Kenny Dixon Jr. – ‘U Can Dance If You Want 2’

Watch Daft Punk And The Weeknd Perform “I Feel It Coming” Live At Grammys

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The 2017 Grammys has brought us the first Daft Punk performance in years! The epic comeback had the duo play live alongside none other than The Weeknd following their recent collaborative efforts. 

Although The Weeknd’s Starboy album missed the deadline to be eligible for this year’s awards, he’s still able to win as a contributor to Beyonce’s Lemonade album. The artists came together for a joint performances of their collaboration "I Feel It Coming”. The impressive stage setup had them performing on a giant iceberg-like structure. See the video below and enjoy!

Daft Punk & The Weekend - I Feel It Coming | Live At Grammys 2017

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