Steve Aoki at Tomorrowland 2019

Afroki reunion: Steve Aoki and Afrojack back in the studio

EDM titans Steve Aoki and Afrojack reunite as ‘Afroki‘ for highly-anticipated studio collaboration.

Steve Aoki and Afrojack, both hugely influential in the EDM scene, have individually carved out their own paths to success, but it is their joint efforts as ‘Afroki’ that have left an indelible mark on the music industry. From their first collaboration back in 2011 with “No Beef,” a track that became an instant anthem, to their subsequent releases like “Afroki” in 2014, fans have come to anticipate the unique synergy that these two artists bring to the table.

The news of “Afroki” being back in action has sparked a frenzy on social media, with fans expressing their delight and anticipation for what’s to come. Both Aoki and Afrojack have been dropping hints on their respective platforms, offering glimpses of their studio sessions. The excitement is palpable as they promise yet another electrifying and genre-defying masterpiece.

What sets “Afroki” apart is not just their individual talents but the chemistry they share in the studio. When these two musical geniuses join forces, it’s a perfect fusion of Aoki’s high-energy, crowd-thrilling performances, and Afrojack’s innovative, bass-heavy beats. Their creative synergy is unparalleled, and the result is a seamless blend of their distinct sounds that resonate deeply with fans across the globe.

The significance of “Afroki” extends beyond the music they produce. Their collaboration represents a celebration of friendship, unity, and shared passion for their craft. This is evident both on and off stage, as they not only complement each other musically but also inspire and push each other to greater heights.

“Afroki” is more than just a collaboration; it represents a shared journey of two artists who have redefined the boundaries of dance music. With their immense popularity and widespread influence, their upcoming project is sure to leave an enduring impact on the genre.

Cast your mind back to one of the genre’s most loved classics ‘No Beef’ below.

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Hi, my name's Lewis and I'm from the UK. Currently working in the marketing industry. My love for dance music stemmed from artists such as Avicii, SHM and Alesso. Huge lover of Progressive House!