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Released 10 Years Ago: Afrojack – Ten Feet Tall

A decade ago, on February 3, 2014, Afrojack released ‘Ten Feet Tall’, a track that marked a pivotal moment in his already illustrious career. Recognized as one of the most prominent figures in dance music, Afrojack‘s ‘Ten Feet Tall’, featuring the vocals of singer and songwriter Wrabel, emerged as a standout single from his album ‘Forget The World’. This album was notable for its collaborations with a diverse array of artists including Matthew Koma, Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, and Sting. ‘Ten Feet Tall’ distinguished itself with its anthemic melodies and dynamic drops, signaling a new era in dance music and significantly boosting the popularity of both Afrojack and Wrabel.

Over the span of more than a decade, Afrojack has firmly established himself as a key influencer in the dance music scene. With the release of three studio albums, the latest being ‘Press Play’ in 2018, his impact on the genre has been profound. Afrojack‘s collaborations extend across a wide spectrum of artists, from David Guetta to Charli XCX, Imanbek, Yves V, and many more, showcasing his versatility and ability to blend different styles and sounds seamlessly. ‘Ten Feet Tall’ stands as a testament to his innovation and talent, embodying the energy and spirit of a genre that continues to evolve and inspire.

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