Relive one of Hardwell and W&W's biggest mainstage anthems titled "Jumper", which recently celebrated its four-year anniversary.

Hardwell and W&W’s “Jumper” turns 3 today


Hardwell has been enjoying a number of anniversaries of his biggest singles in recent times. Pairing up with Dutch duo W&W 3 years ago today, “Jumper” was a major Big Room track for the summer of 2013.

Releasing his latest free track, “Wake Up Call”, which was premiered at Ultra Music Festival in Miami earlier this year, last week, Hardwell has certainly come along way since his No.1 ranking days. Dominant and regularly played throughout clubs and festivals during its summer season, W&W’s Big Room experience was more than obvious. One of their most distinctive tracks in both artists portfolio, “Jumper” demonstrated the continued growth of the sub-genre.

Dropping on Hardwell’s label, Revealed Recordings, the track in full lasted over five minutes. Wasting little time to rise the tempo and elevate the atmosphere in the introduction, the melodic layers gave way to something of bigger stature. Ebbing and flowing in energy levels, the drop unleashes in under 100 seconds, providing a pulsating bass line and raspy synths.

Going on to provide a melodic bridge, the pair’s now established collaborative fire and quality was given a major boost by the release. Now sitting on nearly 6.5 million views on YouTube alone, the popularity of the track is undeniable.

Relive the Big-Room Hardwell and W&W madness below!





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