Also included are some remixes ultra-popular songs like Madonna’s "Revolver," which earned him his first Grammy, and Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball,” which brings his music to a whole new crowd.
After discovering the Rotterdam club scene, he began performing short DJ sets before traveling to Crete to hone his craft, playing at various clubs over a five-month period.
This is just one of a lengthy list of recent awards, accomplishments and acknowledgments for the Dutch DJ and Producer Nick van de Wall – a.k.a. He won a Grammy award in 2011 for his remix of Madonna’s “‘Revolver”‘ with David Guetta and was nominated for two Grammy’s in 2012.
At one point in 2011, Afrojack had four listings on the Billboard Top 100 Charts, including the massive mainstream radio success, “Give Me Everything” with Pitbull, Ne-Yo and Nayer at the number one spot.
He continued to prove himself in 2013 with a grueling tour schedule that has taken him across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, including top billing at major festivals like UMF and Tomorrowland.
On his recent The Spark tour, he shared a ticket with some of the most influential EDM artists out there, including Shermanology, Leroy Styles, Bobby Burns and Apster.
Returning to his native Holland, he signed to the independent Digidance label and released his debut single, “Afrojack: In Your Face,” before forming his own record company, Wall Recordings, scoring club hits with “Math” and “Do My Dance.” Following performances at dance festivals Tomorrowland and Sensation, and a collaboration on David Guetta’s One Love album, (“Toyfriend”), he was invited to remix the likes of Madonna’s “Revolver” and Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro.” In 2010, he teamed up with electro-pop vocalist Eva Simons on his first U. Top 40 hit, “Take Over Control,” and also released a rarities album, Lost and Found, featuring nine previously unreleased tracks, in the same year.