With his debut artist album on the way, Afrojack is pulling out all the stops on his climb to dance music superiority. Over the past few months he has landed productions on Pitbull’s latest album, revealed his Chris Brown collaboration, and has remixed the record-breaking “Gangnam Style.” Next to be scratched off the pop-bucket-list of Nick van de Wall are collaborations with Jennifer Lopez and Wiz Khalifa. Afrojack took to Twitter to break the news that he was in the studio with both Lopez and Khalifa, and mentioned that new music is on the way. Whether or not these productions will land on his highly-anticipated album is yet to be known.
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