The music industry moves fast, and any music that is released online becomes obsolete especially quickly. To keep up, a producer must create an average of one track per week to keep their audience's rapidly shifting attention. On the heels of last week's "Teenage Crime Remix" Sydney area producer Thomas Jack released his new track, "Booka Shake (Original Mix)" on Tuesday. The musical terms "Eminem" and "deep house" are seldom combined, but Thomas Jack succeeded in pulling the two together on this track, aided by a novel piano riff and woven in synth elements. Complex instrumentals keep "Booka Shake" fluid, and the Eminem rap lyric sample "shaking that ass on the floor, bumping and grinding that pole," rounds it out. Even at around five minutes, it is sure to make an Internet impact.