Check out the official video for Steve Aoki and Afrojack’s recently released vocal mix of “No Beef.” It’s got cameos from a who’s who of personalities, including Lil Jon, Flo-rida, Holly Madison, and features Afroki generally killing it in Las Vegas. We can’t deny it’d be wild to live these kinds of lives ourselves, but hey, no beef. Have you ever seen DJs seem genuinely this happy?
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