You may even know who the artist behind the remake is, a New Zealand-born Australian-based DJ called Jolyon Petch. But what you probably haven't heard about is the woman singing the vocals on the track.
Her name is Reigan Derry, and she is alleging to have not been credited or recognised in any way, shape or form, for her work.
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Reigan came forward with her side of the story this week in the wake of the song being nominated for an ARIA Award. It did however, not win the category.
On Wednesday night, Reigan was sitting at home and watching the ARIAs, describing the experience as "heartbreaking". For many recording artists, the ARIAs are where they can be recognised for their success and talent.
But for Reigan, not being invited to attend made her feel "invisible and powerless".
"I should be celebrating my only ARIA nomination in my whole life of singing, except the 'artist' Jolyon Petch refuses to credit me," she said in an Instagram post. "I have been silenced, bullied, insulted and belittled."
In the Instagram post, Reigan says Petch released 'Dreams' without her consent and without written agreement.
In the two months since Reigan asked Petch to acknowledge her work, she says she has been met with radio silence.