Last weekend, AFROJACK came through Austin, TX to tear up the dance floor. As one of the most innovative and sought-after artists, the GRAMMY Award-winning producer and electronic dance music icon continues to shatter boundaries that push music in bold directions.
It wasn’t a surprise that AFROJACK knew how to control the crowd with his progressive house beats and energetic floor fillers. In 2010, he was one of the first DJs to secure a Las Vegas residency, and continues to entertain global audiences as a headlining resident artist for the Hakkasan group. Superstition ATX is Austin’s newest, boujee nightclub. The venue featured shimmering lights reflecting from large disco balls hanging above, a sweet aroma of burning incense in their secluded cocktail lounge called the “gold room,” and extravagant dancers moving fluidly on the balconies.
AFROJACK’s visuals were sharp and lively. His height (6’ 10”!) was admiring as he mixed dynamic tracks on an elevated platform. The crowd was your basic club vibe, but AFROJACK had the party going from the start of his set to the very end.
AFROJACK recently wrapped up his “Jack To The Future Tour” in 2022, featuring support from Cesqeaux, Black V Neck & Chico Rose. This kicked off his fourth GRAMMY nomination, this time for Best Dance/Electronic Recording for his inspiring dance pop crossover Summer song “Hero,” with his longtime friend David Guetta. From there on, his success proceeded with him signing his new venture with Universal Music Group and releasing the first single of the new partnership, “Day N Night” with Black V Neck and Muni Long. Later in the year, he joined forces with DubVision to release Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix’s official song, “Feels Like Home,” and performed the euphoric progressive house anthem live to a crowd of tens of thousands. In December, AFROJACK and James Arthur released a euphoric progressive house remix by Nicky Romero of the dance pop single, “Lose You”.
AFROJACK is on the move, wrapping up his North American tour for two nights in Las Vegas and then, onto Philly. Lending his production skills to tracks that bend genres and laid the foundation for major hits for artists such as Beyoncé, Pitbull, Will.i.am and more, AFROJACK will forever to lead the club scene with his credibility, energy and enthusiasm.
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