Afrojack’s “It Goes Like” is First Observe from Upcoming EP ‘Press Play 2’


GRAMMY-winning DJ/ Producer Afrojack has launched his new membership pushed single “It Goes Like” and it’s the primary from his upcoming EP Press Play 2. Final yr, the EP Press Play obtained appreciable acclaim and a focus within the business for its aggressive drops and vocal pushed data. Afrojack’s newest single “It Goes Like” has raised the bar even increased.

With an thrilling music video documenting his lavish and fast-pace journey life, we get to see the highlights of the top-notch artist the world over acting at a wide range of festivals. We additionally get a glimpse into the on a regular basis tour lifetime of a dance music champion accompanied with an look by mega producer Carl Cox.

“It Goes Like” hones in on simplicity, but it’s fiercely impacted by main drops in addition to bass and drums working hand in hand.  This monitor is designed to be blasted on an enormous sound-system and can little doubt be an everyday in lots of DJ’s units this competition season. The terribly tense builds adopted instantly by a bassline stuffed with groove will indisputably work crowds at festivals this yr and simply the identical in additional intimate membership environments.

Named the #eight DJ on this planet by DJ Magazine’s Prime 100 DJs ballot (his eighth consecutive yr of showing within the Prime 10) and slated to proceed that custom by this yr, Afrojack is likely one of the hottest dance music acts of as we speak and a sought-after producer who has received a GRAMMY for his and David Guetta’s remix of Madonna’s “Revolver.” He has labored with everybody from Pitbull, to Sting, to Beyoncé, and to Chris Brown, simply to call a number of. This yr alone he has launched an array of cross-genre bending data resembling “Sober” with hip-hop heavyweights Rae Sremmurd and pop singer Stanaj, performing the hit at Extremely Miami’s mainstage whereas releasing “Swap” with Jewelz & Sparks that includes Emmalyn.

Pictures Courtesy of Afrojack Fb


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