Afrojack is more than just a Grammy award winning DJ; he is also one of the best producers out there today. With that in mind, he has one of the most respected and iconic name in the industry of electronic dance music.Getting To know Afrojack
Afrojack's real name is Nick Van de Wall. He started creating great music and making a name for himself while he is still in his home town in Spijkenisse. In 2011, he finally invaded the music scene with the release of his first album-- “Take Over Control”. All over the US, you can hear this album being played in almost every club on a daily basis. One proof of this is that this album achieved platinum status. After the success of his first album, Afrojack decided to finally have his name not only in the music industry but in the production world as well. He created the label “Wall Recordings”, providing other EDM artists a company where they can boost their career. Come 2011, Afrojack became the first ever DJ to sign up an annual contract with the very popular Wynn Hotel. With this contract, Afrojack is seen to Dj in various Wynn clubs like Surrender, XS, Tryst and many more. Because of his popularity, a lot of people go to his live shows and gig shows.Soaring of His Success
Ever since he got that contract, his career soared now more than ever. He continued to create club hits. In addition to that, he also collaborated with other artists in order to spice up his music. Aside from that, he also teamed up and even became a writer for many music legends like Madonna and A-list artists like Chris Brown. His projects and collaborations continued to pour in.
Afrojack was the first ever DJ to ring the bell in a stock market exchange in New York. He is the second Dj to have his hand cemented in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. With the name and label that Afrojack has presented to the world, he has drawn the attention not only of fans but other corporate brands as well. Afrojack has achieved all these at 26 and it looks like, he is not stopping anytime soon.
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