Max Key's 'Havana' remix labelled by radio listeners as 'worse than AIDS, the Tangiwai disaster'

Max Key's 'Havana' remix labelled by radio listeners as 'worse than AIDS, the Tangiwai disaster'
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Former Prime Minister John Key's son Max has released a new track, and it's been mercilessly torn into by George FM listeners.

His remix of Camilla Cabello's 'Havana', which features Young Thug, has been described as "the Tangiwai disaster" and sounding like "Optimus Prime jerking off with sandpaper", in text messages to the station.

It was played on George FM Breakfast on Friday, with host Clint confessing he liked it - but co-host Tammy predicted listeners would hate it.

He wasn't wrong.

"Worse than AIDS," was the verdict of one of the response texts, many of which are posted on the George FM website.

"Max Key's song is the Tangiwai disaster, #trainwreck," said another.

"Turn this shit off. Wait, I change station. Hate this song, full stop and yeah - don't like him, so double shit," texted another.

Others, however, texted in with positive takes on Max's 'Havana' remix.

"As an open-minded person, I think it's alright," said one.

"Way better than expected. He's still a tool though," texted another.

"I'm into it. If someone else produced it, a lot more people would like it. But whatever, good music is good music, no matter who made it," said another.

The track is available to hear in its entirety on Max's Facebook, Soundcloud and YouTube pages.

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