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Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau's Song Gets A House Remix

01/19/2016 08:26 EST | Updated 01/19/2016 08:59 EST

When Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau broke into song at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, she likely didn't anticipate the tune being played in clubs.

But spinners could do that across Canada, if they wanted, thanks to artists Craig Mann and DJ Feminem.

The pair took Gregoire-Trudeau's song "Smile Back at Me" and gave it a deep house-chill mix, uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday.

Her vocals seem well-suited to the genre, as she sings phrases like, "the love that I feel" with a simple beat in the background.

But the duo's wasn't the only remix of Gregoire-Trudeau's song. DJ Dom4Good created his own version, too:

That remix drew praise from Ottawa Citizen politics writer Glen McGregor.

Gregoire-Trudeau was clearly going for a jazzy feel in her initial performance, but somehow, it seems better suited to EDM.

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