Too Wild

Album: Forget the World (2014)

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  • This song features rapper Wiz Khalifa. Afrojack recalled to Rolling Stone: "The first time I went to sit down with Wiz, I just felt the vibe. I had 30 tracks I wanted to play him, but there were 20 club tracks and five hip-hop tracks and they were really . . . not awkward but unconventional. Not the kind of song you meet Wiz Khalifa and say, 'Oh, I want to play this song.'"

    "We were just vibing," he continued, "and I played him that instrumental song I did and it worked out to be really special, completely different than anything that's in the market right now."

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