The Best “Why You Always Lying” Remixes

September 9, 2015  |  
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Everybody knows that one person that's always lying on what they own

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Liars. They’re everywhere. On social media, in the entertainment industry, in your circle of friends and even in your own family. People lie for all types of reasons. But sometimes the lie seems so unnecessary that you just have to ask, “Why are you lying?” The experience is so common and so universal that a video of Nicholas Fraser dancing and singing a song, set to the beat of NEXT’s “Too Close,” has gone viral several times over. And once something goes viral, it inspires all types of remixes. Some of them have been quite entertaining. Check out some of our favorites.

The Yung P Remix

For the crazy, violent girls in dysfunctional relationships…

 

The Korean Joint

For all my Koreans who appreciate good R&B when they hear it.

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For My Latinos

In honor of the quickly approaching Hispanic Heritage Month…

If You Want To Shake Somethin’

If you’re into New Orleans bounce music, you’ll appreciate this one.

 

For The Softies

For those who are looking to soften the song up a little bit with some electronic, video-game soundtrack sounding sweetness, there’s this version…

For Those Who Are Just Too Busy

If you really don’t have time for the interrogation, this sped up version, complete with DJ hype beasts, might be the version for you.

Bounce Dat

This one initially sounds like DJ T Marq’s but the switch up in the middle is real. Stay tuned.

For The R&B Lovers

If you want to hear a bit more of the NEXT sample, this one will get you right.

The One Who Started It All

NEXT’s front man was so tickled by the song he decided to create his own rendition. He brought the soul to it. Check it out.

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