Never have two widely different musical genres so wonderfully complimented one another.

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Twitter user Noah Charlick made a phenomenal discovery on Monday. Charlick laid vocals from Kendrick Lamar’s 2012 “Backseat Freestyle” over Norwegian synth-pop band A-Ha’s timeless 1984 hit “Take On Me”.

“I’ve either made a great discovery or a terrible mistake,” the Twitter user captioned a video of his results. Hundreds of thousands of people seem to agree it was a great discovery.

The mashup has been viewed more than 6 million times in two days, boasts more than 500,000 likes and 200,000 comments.

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Check out another great mashup here. See Twitter reaction to the mashup below.

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