Originally previewing “Wizard” alongside Tiësto at ADE, Martin Garrix returns to production duties with the follow up to his wildly successful breakout hit “Animals.” Enlisting the talent of up-and-coming producer Jay Hardway, the youngest DJ to ever chart on the DJMag poll succeeds where so many have failed and tops his own hit amongst a nearly never-ending army of impostors Sticking to the style that made him a star, Garrix uses “Wizard” to prove that although imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the young kid who started trend still does it best. At only 17 years old, Garrix’s ability to create arena-sized big room anthems with striking melodies and flamboyant breaks give credence to his talent and his future as a global presence in the big room conversation.
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