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Belgian DJ Mystique Honors Whitney Houston With A Deep Tropical Cover Of “It’s Not Right But It’s Ok”

5 years after her death, the music of the well-known American singer, Whitney Houston, is still a fixed value in on- and offline playlists everywhere. That's no different for the Antwerp Tomorrowland DJ, producer and music lover Dieter Weyn, better known in the clubs and festivals as Mystique.

“I have always been a big fan of Whitney and the stamp she has printed on music history. The fact that as an artist, I now get the chance to pay tribute to her in this way, is simply out of this world!” He said. “Making a cover song for one of the greatest musical icons of the past decades is very special. The bar is therefore high, not only for myself, but also for the expectations of my fans “, adds Dieter.

With support by Klinglande, Brooks, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Showtek, Michael Calfan & amassing over 400k streams already on Spotify, Mystique's tribute to Whitney was a smashing success. Check out the beautiful cover below.

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