By Scott T. Sterling
Opening with shots of one especially curvaceous woman getting ready for a night on the town, the camera follows her to a nondescript-looking doorway situated in the shadows of a dark alley. Once inside, however, the big reveal finds a raging nightclub packed with scantily-clad women and men bumping and grinding to the big-room beats of the pulsating track.
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The two DJ superstars have been keeping plenty busy on their own, with Garrix recently being crowned as “the fastest-rising star in EDM” by Forbes as part of the media outlet’s annual focus on the world’s highest-earning DJs. This year’s list found Afrojack landing at No.6, pulling in an impressive $22 million, which includes proceeds from his debut album, Forget the World, and high-profile endorsements from sponsors such as Nike.