Martin Garrix' follow-up to his hit single "Animals" was another instrumental dance music workout. This time it found him partnering with fellow Dutch teenage electronic dance music producer Jay Hardway. Garrix previously collaborated with Hardway on the latter's tunes "Registration Code" in late 2012 and "Error 404" earlier in 2013.
The word "wizard" is derived from "wise" and originally referred to someone adept in the black arts, the male counterpart of a witch. In modern times the word is popularly applied to someone especially skilled or unusually talented in a particular field such as The Who's "Pinball Wizard."
British producer Paul Hardcastle had a UK Top 20 hit in 1986 with an instrumental titled, "The Wizard." His song was used as the theme for the Top Of The Pops BBC music show for five years.