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  • Afrojack and Black V Neck Team Up for House Banger “To the Floor”


    The one and only Afrojack is back with his latest club banger. This time, he teams up with Miami-based duo Black V Neck for “To The Floor,” a re-imagined tech house update of Waka Flocka Flame’s 2010 smash, “No Hands.” Outside of the vocal refrain “Drop it to the floor, I love the way your booty go…” there aren’t any similarities to the original track. This is a modern tech-house update that is sure to light up dance floors and festivals alike.

    The track is pretty minimally produced. It opens with four-four drums and the vocal refrain. There’s that kind-of looping sound that builds up, but the beat doesn’t change much after the intro. There’s some cool echo-y synth work in the background, but, otherwise, the beat kind of speaks for itself. There’s an even heavier buildup after the second verse section, which results in an absolutely cathartic drop with some more echo-y synth work. If you’re the tech and house that’s out now, “To the Floor” is the track for you!

    Check out the latest from Afrojack and Black V Neck, “To the Floor.” Out now on MDLBEAST Records.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Afrojack and Black V Neck Team Up for House Banger “To the Floor”

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