Throughout his illustrious career, Hardwell has gained notoriety across the globe for his hard-hitting and electrifying music. The Dutch DJ’s career grew immensely especially after his unimaginable live sets at some of the world’s biggest festivals and clubs. Proving his status as the industry’s top contender was when he claimed DJ Mag’s #1 DJ Award, which he not only won once, but twice.
Hardwell’s top-notch productions helped tremendously in contributing to his success in the business, with numerous hits released under his name. From the iconic “Spaceman” to his massive collaborative track with Armin van Buuren called “Off the Hook”, Hardwell’s discography is truly one of the most remarkable within the entire electronic dance music scene.
The Breda native is also known for his tracks alongside fellow Dutch powerhouses W&W. The trio has joined forces for earth-shattering records such as “Live the Night”, “Get Down”, and “Don’t Stop the Madness”. Before these tracks were released, however, Hardwell and W&W dropped their first-ever single together called “Jumper“, which recently celebrated its four-year anniversary.
The production made its unexpected debut at the 2013 edition of Ultra Music Festival Miami and the crowd went ballistic. Since then, “Jumper” energized large audiences at the likes of Tomorrowland and Electric Daisy Carnival with its floor-shaking basslines and its scintillating synths. Having such a great reputation of consistently enlivening fans around the world, it comes to no surprise that “Jumper” is one of the top releases under Hardwell and W&W’s respective portfolios.
Relive the track below.