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Stranded Passengers Came Up With A Hilarious Train-Inspired Drake Remix

Plus, they remix Big Sean and sing The Weeknd, Bob Marley and more.

What do you do when you get stuck on a train for two hours? You remix your favorite rap songs, naturally.

That's what a few people did on Wednesday, when they were stuck on the E Train in New York City for a way-too-long period of time.

Around 2:30 in the video below, they start singing Drake and join in together for "Hotline Bling." Before long, though, some witty straphangers launch into an incredible remix of "Just Hold On (We're Going Home)," a little before the 4-minute mark, that's specifically catered to their unfortunate situation. A Big Sean "IDFWU" remix gets sprinkled in, too.

Other tracks that got played and sang -- though not remixed -- included The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face," Bob Marley's "One Love" and Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae). Later on, they rock out to some DMX "Party Up."

And who can blame 'em? That chorus sure captures what they must have been feeling: "Y'all gon' make me lose my mind/ Up in here, up in here./ Y'all gon' make me go all out/ Up in here, up in here/ Y'all gon' make me act a fool/ Up in here, up in here/ Y'all gon' make me lose my cool/ Up in here, up in here."

Other than the singing, though -- which apparently came at the end of the delay, when people were finally going be able to get off the train and see the light of day once again -- this seemed like a less than fun experience.

Still, if you ever needed a reminder that the world is better with music, here it is.

[H/t: Gothamist]