Afrojack crosses seven long-awaited IDs off the list with surprise NLW EP
Anyone that tuned into Afrojack‘s return to Tomorrowland learned that he had recently inked a deal with Universal and a club-driven EP would be arriving sooner than later. We hadn’t received exact confirmation on its due date outside of that out-of-the-blue announcement during his set with R3HAB during Tomorrowland’s first weekend, but listeners were pleasantly surprised to find a new release under Afrojack’s name on July 29 that was named Afrojack presents NLW.
The alias “NLW”—a shortened version of his birth name—may sound familiar to some after Afrojack originally unveiled it back in 2015 for releases that spanned across several genres. And just like with Kapuchon, Afrojack decided it was time to exhaustively restore NLW through a new seven-sided EP. Afrojack presents NLW is nothing short of a dream come true for those that had tirelessly scouring the internet for his most-wanted IDs, especially “123”—which most have known to be his electric set introduction—”Let Me See Those Hands” with R3HAB and MC Ambush plus other IDs with Kura, Cesqeaux, and Sidney Samson. Cross seven long-awaited Afrojack IDs off the wishlist and stream his full EP below.
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