Hardwell debuts several ID’s in wondrous Tomorrowland set

Commonly known as one of the worlds top DJ’s Hardwell has once again proven why he’s claimed a spot on the pedestal of the electronic music scene. Between debuting new music left and right and headlining what seems to be the major festival circuit, the dutchman never skimps short his sets. Tomorrowland’s massive weekend one was full of news worth names and sets such as Armin Van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Salvatore Ganacci, Dua Lipa, and so many more, but Hardwell stood out per usual.

The diversity and wholistic nature of Hardwell’s set list is simply astounding, as the former #1 DJ in the world delivered hits in, hip-hop, pop, trance, progressive house, electro house, and tech-house, all in his jam packed one-hour set. Not only was it the disparity in genre that stood out, but the perfect mashups which presented the genre disparity that can only be met with applause. Debuting mashups such as ‘Bigroom Never Dies‘ vs. ‘Heads Will Roll‘ vs. ‘One Kiss‘ and party starters such as ‘Anthem‘ vs. ‘Countdown‘ vs. ‘We Wanna Party‘, Hardwell went all out at weekend one. 

What’s more if that wasn’t enough for you, Hardwell also played out some ID’s some of which weren’t his. That’s right according to 1001tracklists, there were some surprises in store for fans as Hardwell did debut two new ID’s, however it were the others that truly grabbed our attention. Due to his stature the superstar is constantly testing out new music so it was only right of him to introduce new ID’s from Quintino, Olly James, NWYR, Husman & SaberZ, and Maddix. In fact, in Quintino’s case there were two new Quintino ID’s debuted.

Needless, to say it seems evident Hardwell is continuing to test his bounds and to keep his place atop the DJ Mag standings, what better than to consistently hone his craft. With that being said, take a listen to Hardwell’s official Tomorrowland weekend one set below via YouTube: