16 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A trend among superstar EDM DJs is to rise to fame with an impossibly catchy single, tour the world, nab a string of high-profile residencies, earn millions, and then release a debut album. As with Skrillex and Avicii, so with Afrojack, whose full-length debut arrives four years after 2010's "Take Over Control" was ubiquitous on dancefloors. That track isn't included here, but Snoop Dogg is; he raises the roof on the slinking trap beat of "Dynamite," a sonic departure for our Dutch hero. For Afrojack's signature sound, see "Ten Feet Tall," a stratospheric anthem with a throbbing beat. Taking a cue from fellow Scandinavian Avicii, Afrojack breaks out a guitar and a galloping beat on "The Spark," while "Too Wild," featuring Wiz Khalifa, is saccharine pop with a kick: four per measure, to be exact.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A trend among superstar EDM DJs is to rise to fame with an impossibly catchy single, tour the world, nab a string of high-profile residencies, earn millions, and then release a debut album. As with Skrillex and Avicii, so with Afrojack, whose full-length debut arrives four years after 2010's "Take Over Control" was ubiquitous on dancefloors. That track isn't included here, but Snoop Dogg is; he raises the roof on the slinking trap beat of "Dynamite," a sonic departure for our Dutch hero. For Afrojack's signature sound, see "Ten Feet Tall," a stratospheric anthem with a throbbing beat. Taking a cue from fellow Scandinavian Avicii, Afrojack breaks out a guitar and a galloping beat on "The Spark," while "Too Wild," featuring Wiz Khalifa, is saccharine pop with a kick: four per measure, to be exact.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
356 Ratings
356 Ratings
Henry3531 ,

Love it!!!

I absolutely love the do or die remix!

I AM THE FAME MONSTER ,

What happened?

Serious question: what happened to Afrojack?

From an artist who used to make some of the best EDM, now it seems as if Afrojack is just interested in getting a top 10 radio hit with this album. Almost every single song has a lack-luster drop, and most of them just scream radio-pop-EDM to me.

Sorry, can't get into this album at all. He can do better and everybody knows this. It's sad that yet another great producer and DJ is selling out and creating basic radio trash EDM.

Asian Afro ,

Generic

Let's be honest....it's nothing new. It's just the same kind of thing any other house artist makes

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