Tiesto, Dzeko, Post Malone And Preme Got Game In ‘Jackie Chan’ Video

Last month, Tiesto and Dzeko levelled up Post Malone and Preme’s “Jackie Chan.” Today, the EDM remix gets a video that turns digital dreams into a turnt-up virtual reality.

Director Jay Martin creates a Minecraft-inspired world, making over Post Malone and Preme as 8-bit figures on a video game adventure. The pixelated duo defeat gigantic monsters and drift on Rainbow Road reminiscent streets. All the while, Tiesto and Dzeko appear as omniscient giants, spinning the beat from their DJ decks for all the digital realm to hear. The futuristic journey takes a plot twist when they finally encounter a boss-level creature.

“Jackie Chan came together pretty spontaneously,” Tiesto wrote in the official music video description. “Dzeko and I have been friends with Post for some time. When we met Preme in Las Vegas, he showed us the vocal he and Post had been working on and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to collaborate. I’m really excited to put this out for you all to hear. We’ve definitely created a summer anthem with this one.”

Tiesto told The Independent that he’s working on a number of projects with hopes that this collaboration will spark other opportunities.

“When you work with someone like Post Malone, it’s easier to approach other people,” he said.

Like the track’s visuals, Post Malone stays wildin’ on the road. Posty continues on his international tour with a Canadian stop in Montreal on September 2. The R&B crooner also announced an exclusive free show in Toronto on August 6 as part of the Aurora Illumination Concert series.

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