DJ Afrojack is a towering presence, both off the stage and on. Off the stage, he’s 26-year-old Nick van de Wall, an easy-going Dutch born man who stands well over six feet tall and admits to being a fan of PlayStation role playing games. As DJ Afrojack, his personality and persona is bigger than the thousands and thousands of fans that fill the hottest nightclubs and EDM festivals just to hear him perform.
We love it when an EDM star steps up and does their part for the community. DJ Afrojack hit the Boys + Girls Club of Las Vegas during the Electric Daisy Carnival in Sin City this week. He spent time with the local youth, sharing an inspirational message about how he got where he is in life and telling the kids what they can do to have a bright future!
Time for some living room raving, EDM fans. Afrojack remixed David Guetta's smash 'Titanium' at the first weekend of the 2013 Ultra Music Festival, and you can watch it right here. Turn up the volume and do a little dance, like you were there. Invite Afrojack, newly signed to IDJ, into your crib.
With the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ album coming up and being re-released as a three-CD, one DVD deluxe set to be titled ‘Bad 25,’ artists all around the world are showing their love for the late and great king of pop. Amid them all one in particular is surely going to stand out and have us dancing for days on end. It’s Dutch music producer and DJ Afrojack's remix of the title track, ‘Bad.’
In her effort to become the Queen of House Music and go legit, Paris Hilton -- the former reigning champion of the "famous for being" famous celebutante scene -- has begun working on house style electronic music with Afrojack, an artist who is famous for being really good at making house music. A sliver of the live, unfinished demo of Hilton's collab with Dutch-born Afrojack, dubbed 'Good Time,' is online now (thanks to MuuMuse) and it's potent enough to get the club set grooving.
Pitbull almost sounds like a guest on his own new single, 'Give Me Everything,' which is so jam-packed with guest stars and dance energy it's hard to remember who's in charge. But make no mistake, it's the Cuban-American rapper who's got it "locked down like Lindsay Lohan" on the second single from his forthcoming album, 'Planet Pit.'