Armin van Buuren & W&W’s homage ‘If It Ain’t Dutch’ turns 3 years old
Coming off their most recent collab together, ‘Ready To Rave’, another collaboration between Trance legend Armin Van Buuren and Big Room maestros W&W just turned 3 years old: ‘If It Ain’t Dutch’. Released at the end of 2015, the monumental mix between Electro House and Trance was on almost every DJs playlist during that time.
The song was released on W&W’s label Mainstage Music, now known as Rave Culture. Given the fact that both artists are from The Netherlands, the name was perfectly chosen, a homage to their home country. And also one of the top countries in the world, next to Belgium and Sweden, when it comes to Electronic Dance Music. Armin Van Buuren and W&W are just two examples of the great repertoire of DJs and producers that call The Netherlands their home. Two generations of EDM artist, teaming up for a perfect mixture of catchy melody and a powerful drop, a drop that was perfectly designed for mainstages around the world.
Before ‘If It Ain’t Dutch’ was released, Armin Van Buuren and W&W have teamed up for the first time in 2012: ‘D# Fat’, released on AvB’s label Armada Music.
During Dimitri Vegas’ & Like Mike’s huge yearly solo show in Antwerpen, Bringing The Madness, we already got a glimpse of the fourth collab between Armin Van Buuren and W&W. This time, however, the two artists are joined by the host of the shows, the Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. The song is called ‘Repeat Ater Me’ and has all the right ingredients to be just as good as the previous three songs.
Reminisce to ‘If It Ain’t Dutch’ below!