From master remixer and record producer to his early roots as a website designer, Afrojack lives up to his award-winning reputation in more ways than one. He has ranked in the top 10 of DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs for several years running and earned the respect of his peers with his exuberant electro and progressive house sound. He won a Grammy Award with David Guetta for his remix of Madonna's "Revolver," and has been featured on hit singles like "Give Me Everything" by Pitbull and "Hey Mama" by David Guetta and Nikki Minaj. Afrojack also proved his worth as a writer by co-authoring Beyonce's "Run the World (Girls)." While he's certainly crossed over successfully, Afrojack remains indelibly true to his EDM roots. He founded record label Wall Recordings, home to the likes of R3hab, Artistic Row and a slew of budding artists with dreams similar to his own.