DJ/producer Afrojack has entered the DJ Mag Top 100. During a spectacular party, where he played a set for a sold-out Ministry of Sound in London, it was revealed that Afrojack enters the chart at a stunning #19 position. This makes him the second highest new entry in this years DJ Mag Top 100.
Last year has been a year full of great achievements for Afrojack. His releases hit the top of the charts and were highly praised by guys like David Guetta and Steve Angello. He also delivered many smashing remixes like Lady Gaga “Alejandro” and Madonna “Revolver”. Gig-wise, he rocked the world’s biggest floors including Pacha Ibiza, Creamfields (UK), Ultra Music Festival (Miami) and Electric Daisy Carnival in Los Angeles. Now, nearly at the end of 2010, the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ election seems to be the icing on the cake for Afrojack’s successful year.
A massive achievement and a real honour, but this doesn’t mean Afrojack will lay back to enjoy this result. Instead he will try to use the upcoming year to improve his current position. For a start, the video of Afrojack’s current dance floor killer “Take Over Control” featuring Eva Simons has just been released this week. The track has already received massive attention from radio stations around the globe, particularly in Benelux, the UK and the USA; after being a top 5 hit on Beatport. Afrojack’s upcoming productions, not only his solo work, but also alongside great talents like Bobby Burns, or with superstars like David Guetta and The Black Eyed Peas, promise a great future for Afrojack!