On the verge of releasing his own full-length album, Afrojack hits us with ano
ther fully-loaded remix. His rendition of Kirsty’s “Hands High” embodies his trademark production qualities and takes the Jacked sound to a new level. The one-two punch of the enlightening vocal and Nick’s frenetic electro combines for a forceful party track. We first witnessed Afrojack test out this tune at EDC New York, where it passed with flying colors after provoking the rambunctious crowd as any of his efforts normally would. The wait for Afrojack music will pay off when his remix of “Hands High” is made available on October 29th.
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