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Afrojack

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Nick Van de Wall, aka Afrojack, joined Tiësto and Armin van Buuren in the line of globetrotting DJs, producers, and remixers to come out of the burgeoning Dutch dance music scene. Born in Spijkenisse in 1988, he began playing the piano at age five, but after getting his hands on a copy of music-sequencing program Fruity Loops, he started to play around with samples and creating his own songs. After discovering the Rotterdam club scene, he began performing short DJ sets before traveling to the Mediterranean to hone his craft, playing at various clubs over a five-month period. Returning to his native Holland, he signed to the independent Digidance label and released his debut single, "Afrojack: In Your Face," before forming his own record company, Wall Recordings, scoring club hits with "Math" and "Do My Dance." Following performances at dance festivals Tomorrowland and Sensation, and a collaboration on David Guetta's One Love album ("Toyfriend"), he was invited to remix the likes of Madonna's "Revolver" and Lady Gaga's "Alejandro." In 2010, he teamed up with electro-pop vocalist Eva Simons on his first U.K. Top 40 hit, "Take Over Control," and also released a rarities album, Lost & Found, featuring nine previously unreleased tracks. In 2011, he collaborated with Miami rapper Pitbull for the hit single "Give Me Everything" and released his own hit track "The Future." A 2012 tour of America confirmed his growing popularity, including dates at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami and Coachella in Indio, California, plus more than 40 other venues. Soon after, he announced a worldwide deal with Universal and Island/Def Jam, resulting in global chart success with the single "As Your Friend," featuring Chris Brown. Two more singles, "The Spark" (featuring Spree Wilson) and "Ten Feet Tall" (featuring Wrabel), preceded the release of his 2014 album Forget the World, which also included guest features from Snoop Dogg, Sting, and Wiz Khalifa. ~ Jon O'Brien
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Stations Featuring
Afrojack

    Top Dance

    Top Dance
    3 songs

    Scratch DJ Academy Mixtape

    Scratch DJ Academy Mixtape
    1 song

    Kids Pop

    Kids Pop
    1 song

    New Dance First

    New Dance First
    1 song

    Trance & Progressive

    1 song

    Pop Remixes

    2 songs

    Dance Pop

    2 songs

    Electronica

    1 song

    Hot Summer Hits

    1 song

    Workout Songs

    1 song

    Gay Anthems

    2 songs

Albums by
Afrojack

Top Songs by
Afrojack

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Take Over Control
  3.   Another Life featuring David Guetta
  4.   Can't Stop by Shermanology
  5.   No Beef featuring Miss Palmer
  6.   SummerThing!
  7.   Ten Feet Tall
  8.   Radioman
  9.   As Your Friend
  10.   Replica
  11.   Pacha on Acid
  12.   Unstoppable
  13.   Bangduck
  14.   Gone by Ty Dolla $ign
  15.   Air Guitar
  16.   Wave Your Flag by Luis Fonsi
  17.   Polkadots
  18.   Ghettoblaster
  19.   Ray Bomb
  20.   Do or Die
  21.   SummerThing!
  22.   Lionheart
  23.   The Spark
  24.   Tide
  25.   Drop Down (Do My Dance) by The Partysquad
  26.   Esther
  27.   Do It
  28.   Ready
  29.   Game
  30.   Break
  31.   Tomorrowland 2014 Mix
  32.   Faded
  33.   Freedom
  34.   Born to Run
  35.   Illuminate
  36.   Maybe
  37.   The King
  38.   Fatility
  39.   Doing It Right
  40.   Three Strikes
  41.   Ghettoblaster by Bobby Burns
  42.   My Ghost
  43.   Rule
  44.   Den
  45.   Sovereign Light Café by Keane
  46.   Colour
  47.   Musician
  48.   What Are You Doing
  49.   Pop On Acid
  50.   Montreal
  51.   Yubaba
  52.   Griever
  53.   Thief
  54.   No Beef
  55.   Bald 'n' Hairy by Quinten de Rozario
  56.   The Way We See the World
  57.   Amanda
  58.   Move
  59.   Power
  60.   Mexico by Shirazi
  61.   We'll Be Ok
  62.   Catch Tomorrow by Sting
  63.   Dynamite
  64.   Rocker
  65.   Polkadots 2010
  66.   Die Hard
  67.   Prutataaa by R3hab
  68.   Selecta by Quintino
  69.   Esther
  70.   Keep Our Love Alive
  71.   Esther 2k12
  72.   Too Wild