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JUNE 21, 2013



JUNE 21, 2013 –  Grammy Award®-winning producer and DJ, Afrojack, has released today a special EP titled “It’s a Matter Of…”. The underground EP is a treat for his longstanding Electronic Dance Music fanatics and features four brand new, hard-hitting instrumental tracks.

“It’s a Matter of…” is now officially available digitally on Beatport worldwide, followed by release through iTunes and Spotify on June 25th in the US (UK release – June 24).
Dropping prior to Afrojack’s highly-anticipated debut album set for release in the fall, this EP focuses largely on his underground sound. The EP is released on Wall Recordings, Island Def Jam Music Group in the US and Universal Music Group International worldwide.
“It’s about the fans and giving them the music they want. I’ve really been focusing on my album and trying to throw the best parties around the world,” said Afrojack. “If it weren’t for them, I wouldn’t be doing this, so this EP is really a big ‘thank you’ for their ongoing support and love of my music.”
To get his fans involved in the EP, Afrojack is giving music lovers the chance to make the official music video for first track – “Ray Bomb”. The winner, chosen by Afrojack and Genero, will also receive £3,000. To enter the contest, anyone can submit an animated or mixed animation video by July 29, 2013 23:59 GMT time. For more information, contestants can visit http://genero.tv/afrojack/.
Afrojack, born Nick van de Wall, has become the picture for today’s EDM fans and an influencer in the music industry as a whole. From his major chart hits to his trademark Afrojack productions in the EDM community, Afrojack has successfully walked the fine line between mainstream and underground EDM. Bringing fans “It’s a Matter of…” prior to his debut album, is how the Dutch producer aims to keep his fans constantly involved with his latest productions. LISTEN TO ‘ITS A MATTER OF…’ ON SOUNDCLOUD BELOW:

Afrojack – “It’s a Matter Of…” EP Tracklist:
1. Ray Bomb
2. Rocker
3. Griever
4. Yubaba