How about this mash-up, in which the opening credits of The Cosby Show is set to “Blurred Lines?”
Orson Welles (1965) His Chimes at Midnight was a mash-up of the Shakespeare plays in which Sir John Falstaff appears.
You had to adapt yourself to the split-screen, the mash-up, the Internet technological ingeniousness of it all.
Can I take refuge in the thought that the mash-up of French and American pastry idioms gives this donut some postmodern cred?
But I did a lot of stuff before “Gentleman,” so this song is sort of a mash-up of my previous 10 tracks and 10 hooks.
A Mars, Mercury, Venus mash-up animates your home, or, should we say, bustling salon.
A mash-up of Obama's youth coming out to support him during the campaign.
He don't understand; he speaks a mash-up of Indian and Mexican.
a digital recording that combines and synchronizes instrumental and vocal tracks from two or more songs
The inevitable next phase of the mash-up craze gets a kick-start by this DJ team, which has mixed together overlapping videos by Nirvana, Eminem, Busta Rhymes, and Janet Jackson, among others.