Album: Forget the World (2014)
  • This Trap party song finds Snoop Dogg casually rapping over Afrojack's festival beat. "Working with Snoop was great, really great! We had a lot of laughs in the studio, which is great 'cause it keeps the vibe good and casual," Afrojack told MTV UK. "That's also something I needed for this album, 'cause it felt more like making music with a close friend than with this international superstar."


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