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Afrojack and Hardwell’s collaboration, titled “Hollywood”, was one of the most highly anticipated tracks from the two DJ’s live sets last year. Once it released on Revealed Recordings last January, the track was able to reach Beatport’s #1 spot, proving the evident success we would expect from two of dance music’s top heavyweights.

Over a month after the original mix’s release, New-York based DJ and producer NICKYP delivers a “grooveleg” for Afrojack and Hardwell’s colossal tune. Known for his singles “Utopia”, “Impulse”, and more recently, “Oblivion”, NICKYP has been on a constant rise for having numerous high-quality productions under his belt. In addition, the upcoming producer has amassed many fans from his astounding bootlegs of Fedde Le Grand’s “So Much Love” and Paris & Simo and Rico & Miella’s “Get Back”, both of which showcased his undeniable talents.

With this brand new bootleg of “Hollywood”, the groove is definitely brought out from its acid-inspired basslines and funky beats. NICKYP’s version still consists of the original progressive bridge that flawlessly transitions the two towering drops. Overall, with its electrifying futuristic sounds and energetic, fast-paced breakdown, NICKYP’s latest production will surely light up any club soon and please the crowd from start to finish.

The track is available now for a free download, which you can grab here.



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