Afrojack just posted this to his facebook page. This sounds like an absolutely bomb remix of Tinie Tempah’s ‘Pass Out’. The video was taken at his show last week in Pacha NYC. Looks like 2011 will continue the same way 2010 did for Afrojack (meaning: he will be achieving god-like status).
Be sure to check out our photos from the event on Facebook below!
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