- Summary: The debut full-length release for the Dutch DJ/producer Nick van de Wall as Afrojack features guest appearances from Devin Cruise, Tyler Glenn, Matthew Koma, Jack McManus, Shirazi, Snoop Dogg, Sting, Spree Wilson, Wiz Khalifa, and Wrabel.
- Record Label: Island
- Genre(s): Electronic, Rap, Club/Dance, Progressive House, EDM
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|Ten Feet Tall|
|I'm clumsy And my head's a mess Cause you got me growing taller everyday We're giants in a little man's world My heart is pumping up so big that it...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
Nov 2, 2018A mixed album overall but the positives outweigh the negatives. Favourites include Keep Our Love Alive, As Your Friend, Born To Run, TheA mixed album overall but the positives outweigh the negatives. Favourites include Keep Our Love Alive, As Your Friend, Born To Run, The Spark, Ten Feet Tall and Freedom… Expand
Jun 13, 2016This album was extremely disappointing for me as a huge fan of almost every Dance artist.
I wouldn't have even known about this album if IThis album was extremely disappointing for me as a huge fan of almost every Dance artist.
I wouldn't have even known about this album if I hadn't heard "Ten Feet Tall" on the radio.
The original was way better with just Wrabel. Afrojack just watered it down with Generic radio/pop EDM.
As for the rest of the album, it's very underdone.
Ten Feet Tall, although painfully generic, is one of the best here.
Illuminate isn't terrible, but the drop is still kind of generic.
Born To Run has one of the crappiest drops I've ever heard. Completely Lackluster!!!
Freedom starts out with potential, but the drop is mediocre at best.
Towards the end of The Spark, the drop gets better with more bass, but before that it's bland and lazy.
Dynamite is okay, but it isn't great. The drop is pretty basic here.
Too Wild isn't bad, because there isn't a drop ( not that I know of ) but it's not great.
Three Strikes sounds like just a filler track on here, barely any substance.
Catch Tomorrow has good vocals on the drop ( the woah oh stuff ) but the music is weak
We'll Be Ok is another generic song ft. Wrabel that could've been better with a different DJ
Mexico is okay, but lacks substance
Keep Our Love Alive is alright, generic drop.
Faded is just pretty redundant
As Your Friend is halfway decent, but Afrojack just has these really weak and bland drops and beats,
Do or Die is just generic
Sovereign Light Café has a weak and lazy drop.
There wasn't one really good song on this album. It's grown on me slightly but this is too generic and watered down. Good vocals, but the music ruins this entire thing.… Expand
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