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Future House pioneer Don Diablo has continued on his road to the top this year, captivating fans worldwide and building his HEXAGON empire. On Saturday, the Dutch producer moved up in the DJ Mag poll yet again, rising 4 places to sit at number 11, proving once again how much of an influence he has as an artist. During the awards show, he took to the stage at AMF, reminding the world exactly why he is so well-respected as a musician.

Consistently keeping fans on their toes, Don Diablo dropped a selection of huge IDs alongside some of his most iconic anthems. Opening his set with a long-awaited ID, rumoured to be one of his own releases, he immediately sent the crowd into a frenzy with the future house infused drop. As well as his own releases, he showcased a number of explosive productions which have been released on his record label HEXAGON, which nurtures promising talent as well as providing a platform to some of the most exceptional artists in the house scene.

Undoubtedly one of the highlights of the performance was the moment that Don Diablo invited Zach, vocalist from US band A R I Z O N A, on stage to perform their brand new single together, which is due to be released this Friday on HEXAGON. An emotionally charged track from start to finish, ‘Take Her Place‘ will no doubt be well received by fans, as the vocals compliment the future house elements perfectly, creating an uplifting result.

During the set, the crowd erupted into cheers as the news that Don Diablo had climbed to 11th place in the DJ Mag poll was shown on the screens in the arena. The outpouring support from attendees at the event, as well as those at home proved that the Dutch producer has an army of supporters worldwide, which continues to grow consistently year by year. With each passing year seeming to prove even more successful than the last for Don Diablo, there can be no doubt that even bigger things are coming in the future.

Check out Don Diablo’s full AMF set below, or take a look at the tracklist here.



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