The Prodigy’s controversial hit ‘Smack My B---- Up’ got the Major Lazer treatment for the 15th anniversary edition of the British electronica group’s ‘Fat of the Land’ album.

The original 1997 recording is revered by Prodigy fans, and Major Lazer wisely decided not to completely makeover the track. They kept the essence of the song, leaving the first minute almost entirely unchanged. However, they add in some signature touches over the second half of the track, with an emphasis on modern electronic sounds such as sirens and a dubstep-style drop.

‘Smack My B---- Up’ was the third single from ‘The Fat of the Land’ and drew criticism from women’s rights groups, who claimed the song was, at best, an irresponsible attempt at irony, or at worst, a direct message advocating violence against women. MTV only aired the music video late at night due to its title and scenes of nudity and drug use.

‘The Fat of the Land’ hit No. 1 in both the U.S. and the U.K. thanks to hits like ‘Firestarter’ and ‘Breathe.’ In addition to Major Lazer’s contribution, the reissue included remixes of Prodigy songs by Baauer, Noisia, Zeds Dead and others.