Apparently, 90's nostalgia is, like, a thing. Charli XCX keyed into this for her new song "1999," featuring Troye Sivan. In the song's music video, XCX uses the face-swapping technology deepfakes to insert herself into iconic 90's images, TV shows, and even video games. Her song quickly became a favorite amongst 90's kids!


The song is super catchy even if you don't get the 90's references.

Charli XCX & Troye Sivan - 1999 [Official Video]youtu.be


THE 1999 VIDEO FEATURING POP LEGEND @TROYESIVAN HAS ARRIVED!!!! I LOVE THIS VIDEO SO MUCH!!!! CAN U NAME EVERYONE IN THE VIDEO??? RT RT RT ANGELS!!! DIRECTED BY @RYANSTAAKE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-v1b9waHWYtwitter.com

At XCX's request, many fans began offering up their favorite moments:

FAV SCENE FROM THE 1999 VIDEO?pic.twitter.com/pjP8yoWyqjtwitter.com


How can we choosetwitter.com


YOUR BLAIR WITCH MOMENThttps://twitter.com/charli_xcx/status/105048872978...twitter.com


Screamingpic.twitter.com/xtb5eZUHuhtwitter.com


When @charli_xcx and @troyesivan became Sims in the 1999 video my wig was digitized and then the file was corruptedtwitter.com

It's not every day a music video travels to the sim-o-verse!

a fucking vibe @charli_xcx @troyesivanpic.twitter.com/lhTFEP7p1ytwitter.com


girl i SNAPPEDpic.twitter.com/KznVKHe6Pjtwitter.com

Fans couldn't get enough of the new video.

the only comments i have about the 1999 mv are: 1) i’m gay for charli xcx 2) troye sivan as a straight dude w facial hair is one of the most disturbing sights i’ve ever seen and i hope i never have to experience that againtwitter.com

Though it seems Sivan may not have written this song based 100% on her memories.

Troye Sivan was 4yo in 1999.pic.twitter.com/2lySSMxr3btwitter.com

Either way, her recreations of classic 90's images was impeccable.

She really did that @charli_xcx #1999MusicVideopic.twitter.com/pTF8puiMBVtwitter.com


She really did that @charli_xcx #1999MusicVideopic.twitter.com/pTF8puiMBVtwitter.com

Many thanks to Charlie XCX for creating this new thing called "nostalgia!" I'm sure it won't become too much of a fad.

TROYE AND I INVENTED NOSTALGIA. UR WELCOMEtwitter.com

H/T - The Verge, Twitter

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