By Melissa Locker
July 10, 2015

Britney Spears recently gave into nostalgia and re-created the album cover for her mega-hit “Oops I Did It Again” with her children. While Spears’ throwback was adorable, when it comes to transforming the track itself, leave it to the experts at Postmodern Jukebox to deliver.

In their latest effort, the group who turned Taylor Swift’s “Style” into a Grease-inspired bopper, transformed Spears’ 2000 chart-topper and re-imagined it as a sizzling jazz number—and it really works. The band decided to treat the song as if it was written for Marilyn Monroe and is appropriately full of horns, thumping bass, and plinking jazz piano.

The group has made a name for themselves turning pop songs into Flashback Friday winners. They’ve previously turned Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” into a cabaret number and “Shake It Off” into a Motown hit.

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