Martin Garrix And Bebe Rexha Cover Twenty One Pilots

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(Radio.com) Dutch DJ Martin Garrix performed his new single "In the Name of Love" featuring Bebe Rexha on the BBC 1 Live Lounge on Monday (October 3), and for their second number the pair took the opportunity to cover Twenty One Pilots.

Playing the duo's single "Heathens," off Suicide Squad: The Album, Garrix showed off his instrumental ability by playing guitar while Rexha sang. As far as interpretations go, Garrix and crew didn't change much about how they played Twenty One Pilots' song.

The main difference comes by way of Rexha's voice, which contains a slightly raspy quality compared to how Tyler Joseph originally sings "Heathens." Check it out and read more here.

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