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30 June 2013, 09:12 | Updated: 30 June 2013, 09:17
The 'Remedy' rapper gave his own spin on the dancefloor hit at Glastonbury during his set.
Professor Green performed a surprise cover of Daft Punk's huge number one single 'Get Lucky' during his set a Glastonbury Festival 2013 this weekend.
The 'Are You Getting Enough?' rapper performed all of his biggest hits during his performance on the event's Pyramid Stage but surprised those in attendance by going on to perform 'Get Lucky' for his set.
Professor Green mashed-up 'Get Lucky' with his own Big Top 40 number one single 'I Need You Tonight', which was originally released back in 2010 as his breakthrough single.
After apologising to any INXS fans in the crowd, who the song samples heavily, Professor Green then included sections of Daft Punk's recent mega-hit as part of the performance.
Check out a picture of Professor Green on stage this weekend below (Credit: Getty):
The UK rapper unveiled new single 'Are You Getting Enough?' earlier this month featuring Miles Kane, although he did not join the 'Remedy' star on Glastonbury to perform the song.
Professor Green returns with new album 'Growing Up In Public' on 14th October, which will features a new team-up between him and Emeli Sande.