Asked by Billboard
whether capturing the magic of Utada's previous Kingdom Heart
songs was a challenge, Skrillex replied:
"It didn't feel daunting for me because I'm a fan of the game. I knew what the song, the melody, the emotion, the lyrics needed to feel like. I'm not saying I have the only perspective or the right perspective, of course, but it really spoke to me. It's a type of language we [Kingdom Hearts
fans] all understand. It pulls on your heartstrings."