Hardwell EARLY REMIXES

Hardwell shares early remixes via Instagram career timeline


As the news of retirements came out last year, few hit the music industry and its fans more than that of Hardwell. The Dutch dance music legend – real name Robbert van de Corput – revealed his decision to stop touring at the end of summer, but assured the fans of the big room star that he would continue to make music. With releases still pouring out, including his recent track ‘How You Love Me‘ featuring Conor Maynard and legendary artist Snoop Dogg, the Dutchman is certainly not stopping just yet. Whilst continuing to take a step forward each day with his music, Hardwell is also looking back over his long career, and sharing via Instagram about old releases, gigs, and collaborations. His most recent posts look at some early remixes and reworks in his career.

The most recent track post is his early collaboration with Greatski. The pair teamed up to rework the Stephanie Mills track ‘Never Knew Love‘ from the 1980’s. Receiving official remixes from Thunderous Jerry – and what a stage name that is! – and the legendary ‘Again and Again‘ producer Basto, the track had great exposure for Hardwell and his collaborator. Prior to this rework, however, came a remix that was even bigger! Taking to the studio with Greatski again on this one, Hardwell was given the opportunity to remix a track from hardcore heavyweights Scooter. Their track ‘Lass Uns Tanzen‘ was mixed as the Hardwell & Greatski Late At Night Remix, and you can certainly hear why it has that name attached to it! Two releases, two absolute bangers. From the early days right until now, there is so much to admire about the world of Hardwell… work that saw him voted as the world’s best DJ just a few years ago.

For more Hardwell nostalgia, and the two early remixes in his career, check out the link below!





Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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