01. “Ten Feet Tall” (feat. Wrabel)
02. “Illuminate” (feat. Matthew Koma)
03. “Born to Run’ (feat. Tyler Glenn)
04. “Freedom” (Afrojack & D-Wayne) [feat. Jack McManus]
05. “The Spark” (feat. Spree Wilson)
06. “Dynamite” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
07. “Too Wild” (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
08. “Three Strikes” (feat. Jack McManus)
09. “Catch Tomorrow” (feat. Sting)
10. “We’ll Be Ok” (feat. Wrabel)
11. “Mexico” (feat. Shirazi)
12. “Keep Our Love Alive” (feat. Matthew Koma)
Typically, when an artist has a listening party for their new music, it's a huge affair and all around media circus. There's usually a handful of die-hard fans in attendance, surrounded by a swarm of press, and everyone is desperately trying to snap pictures and score exclusives. All of this is exactly what Afrojack was trying to avoid when he decided to do something a little special this past Tuesday in New York City.
Down in the Meat-packing District, a colorful cast of fans and friends gathered outside of Avenue, an illustrious 2-story gastro-lounge/event space, and waited patiently for the velvet rope to par and grant them access to this intimate private event. From 9pm to 11pm, before the venue officially opened for business, Afrojack spent his time talking to guests, having drinks, and most importantly, playing all the never-heard-before tracks from his upcoming album.
It is only a few days before the parties start for Miami Music Week, and the excitement is almost too much to bear. And for a good reason too; MMW hosts a whole lot of pool parties, boat cruises, and exclusive shows featuring the best names in electronic dance music, ending in the three day musical masterpiece that is Ultra Music Festival. Of course, not everyone gets to attend all of these wonderful gathering, or any at all for that matter, which is why UMF Radio will be broadcasting live on SiriusXM radio all throughout Miami Music Week.
Since then, he has opened up for Afrojack in New York City, performed at the Avicii Hotel in Miami, opened for Krewella, performed at Madison Square Garden, and across South East Asia. Check out his first single below and don't miss out on getting tickets to this event right here!
What: Reid Stefan at Eden
When: Saturday, March 8th, 10pm - 4am
Where: Eden, 1716 I St., NW, Washington, DC
Tiësto has always been at the forefront of dance music, constantly staying ahead of the curve in the ever-changing and growing electronic music industry. Having recently partnered with Casablanca Records and Republic Records, Tiësto teases at his next big music move with 'Red Lights,' the first single from his fifth full-length album due out soon.
After teasing Super Bowl watchers with a preview of his next single which aired on a Bud Light commercial, Afrojack quickly released the official full-length version of the song, along with a music video for it.
"Ten Feet Tall" is the follow up to Afrojack's last single, "The Spark", which is expected to be on his upcoming debut album.This track has a lot more progressive sound than anything we have heard from the Dutch producer, and features vocals unlike those that we are accustomed to. But as always, he delivers another amazing song, that is be sure to be a hit. Let us know what you think of the new song!
The upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII is so near that people can hardly contain their excitements anymore. It's also the perfect time for America's favorite pastime activities, like beer and food, to be blown up into huge ad campaigns for a coveted feature as a Super Bowl endorsed commercial. America's best selling beer, Bud Light, didn't miss a beat in taking their Super Bowl commercial to the next level amongst competitors.
What they managed to accomplish was so great in execution and the timing couldn't have been more perfect. Bud Light sought after Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer, Afrojack, for the new 'Cool Twist' advertisement, just in time for the Super Bowl. Bud Light's latest Cool Twist aluminum bottle will debut for the first time on Super Bowl Sunday with the self-titled TV commercial, "Cool Twist." This commercial will also be the world premiere to Afrojack's new single, "Ten Feet Tall," featuring Wrabel.
It wasn't the coldest night in New York City on Saturday, January 18th, but most people would have probably opted to bundle up and keep warm. On first glance at the line of concert goers that wrapped around the block from the Best Buy Theater entrance and down Broadway, you would have thought they didn't get the memo. The majority of people patiently waiting outside the venue maintained the type of dress code you'd expect at a summer festival, kept warm only by the anticipation and excitement of what the night had in store.