Claude VonStroke Celebrates 10 Years of 'Who's Afraid of Detroit?' With New Mix & Video: Exclusive

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A scene from the video for Claude VonStroke's 10 years anniversary remix of of "Who's Afraid of Detroit?"

Claude VonStroke is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of his iconic city anthem "Who's Afraid of Detroit?" with the release of remixes from producers/DJs such as Octave One and Marc Houle. Now Billboard Dance is exclusively premiering a fresh remix of the song and the accompanying video from the Dirtybird founder himself.

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VonStroke stays true to the heart of the original infectious "Detroit" hook, but makes it even more enticing with a louder and faster version of the melody, complemented with breaks and build ups for a harder drop.

Directed by Anthony Ernest Garth, the haunting video features dark and eerie visuals with scenes of a colorful crew driving through the desolate city. Although they bring out masks reminiscent of The Purge, the group is all about partying as they break into dance with a hyper chicken -- the real life dirty bird.

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Dirtybird will host a pop-up shop for fans in Detroit for all of Memorial Day weekend, with meet-and-greets and raffles, and will continue into the night with an after party at Detroit's Masonic Temple with Justin Martin, J.Phlip, Ardalan and a surprise guest. 

Check out the "Who's Afraid of Detroit?" anniversary remix video below.