Afrojack Albums Ranked

Nick van de Wall (born 9 September 1987), better known as Afrojack, is a Dutch DJ, record producer, and remixer from Spijkenisse. In 2007, he founded the record label Wall Recordings; his debut album Forget the World was released in 2014. Afrojack regularly features as one of the ten best artists in the Top 100 DJs published by DJ Mag. He is also the CEO of LDH Europe. Since 2007, Afrojack runs his own label, Wall Recordings, which represents producers including KIIDA, Apster, D-Wayne, D.O.D, Karim Mika, and others. The label used to operate as a sub-label to Spinnin’ Records until late January 2016. Tom & Jame’s Burn Down marked the last release of Wall Recordings as a sub-label. After going independent for a while, it became a sub-label to Armada Music in 2017, until it became independent again in 2019. Here are all of Afrojack’s albums ranked.

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4. Press Play (2018)

“Every song on this album is so incredible. In past I was not a fan of the dubstep style of music, but Afrojack shows how awesome it can be with there elegantly perfect singing, and sweet beats.”

Press Play [Explicit] by Afrojack on Amazon Music -

3. Lost & Found 2 (2011)

“The melodies, vocals, and overall electronic-dance feels that you get from the songs on this album are phenomenal. I would recommend this album (and I have) to almost anyone.”

Lost & Found 2 - Single by Afrojack | Spotify

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2. Lost & Found (2010)

“One of the greatest albums I’ve heard in quite some time, and even better on the table. It’s one thing listening to it in the car or with headphones… but this is a whole other ball game.”

Lost & Found by Afrojack on Apple Music

1. Forget the World (2014)

“I expected to like this CD, but it is so much better than I had anticipated it would be! Every song is excellent, and Afrojack takes full advantage of the amazing guest vocalist that appear. My personal favorites are The Spark, Dynamite, Too Wild, and Three Strikes, but there is not a single song that I skip. There is a great variety of styles of music on here as well, meaning that there is something for pretty much any taste. I highly recommend you pick up this CD. You won’t be disappointed!”

Afrojack – Forget The World (2014, CD) - Discogs