Fall Out Boy member Patrick Stump did a remix of Carla Mae Jepsen’s “Run Away With Me” and the result appears to be awesome.
Stump’s innovation rendition of the song made it into a “booming anthem that dials down the saxophone riff,” with a much delicate tune but has a “stomp- and clap-heavy outro reminiscent of FOB’s “Centuries,” as MTV wrote.
More than the band’s remix, two other artists made their own cover of the “meme-filled variety” single. It was from the Michigan-based producer Ayokay’s harpsichord-heavy remix and Irish producer EMBRZ with a mellow tune.
Meanwhile, Jepsen’s hit had reached more than 18 million views on YouTube as of writing. “Run Away With Me” is included on her album “E-MO-TION,” which is now available on iTunes.
What is mysterious, though, is the effect that the song had made on the Internet. So far, BuzzFeed noted that Jepsen “has been elevated to vine meme pop goddess status” due to her latest single.
He joins the multiplatinum EDM DJ and producer Diplo, who is according to the website, has group invested in TMWRK Management that has a minority equity position in Arizona United SC in January.
Diplo told the website that he is happy when someone decided to invest in the team. “Pete’s a fantastic person to have with us not only because he’s a huge soccer fan and played the game at a high level, he’s also an active philanthropist on a global level,” as we quote.
More than that, minority owner and board member David Rappaport also showed support for the Fall Out Boy member. “Myself and co-chairs Kyle Eng and Brett Johnson are very excited to have all of them on board with us,” he said in the press release.”