Our Top 3 Hardwell Tracks
Hardwell is closing in on his North American leg of his I AM HARDWELL Tour, and we are helping you get prepared for the fun and excitement that is bound to ensue. Already, we shared with you some of our favorite Hardwell sets from the reigning #1 DJ in the World, now, we want to share with you our Top 3 Tracks from Hardwell. Now you ask, how can you choose just 3 tracks? Hardwell is an established artist who has a number of great tracks that people remember and that people can say are the best. But when we think of Hardwell, these are the tracks that stick out in our mind the most. Do you agree with our choices? Let us know what tracks are your favorite and which ones you want to see on his I AM HARDWELL Tour.
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Hardwell & Tiesto – Zero 76
Released in 2011, Hardwell locked himself into the dance music community with his collaboration with Tiesto, ‘Zero 76‘. This track was the first production from Hardwell to reach #1 on the Beatport Top 100, and things only got better from there. This was also the year that Hardwell made his debut on the DJ Mag Top 100, debuting at #24. ‘Zero 76‘ is a just massive festival track that can be used as a peak-time anthem during any set. It instantly riles a crowd up and brings the energy levels to all new heights.
Hardwell – Call Me A Spaceman
Hardwell’s massive vocal track ‘Call Me A Spaceman‘ featured Mitch Crown, and is one of the biggest tracks from 2012. You couldn’t go to a nightclub, festival, or your favorite clothing store without hearing this track bumping through the speakers. With catchy lyrics, big rhythms, and pounding drums, ‘Call Me A Spaceman‘ brought the dance music scene to a whole new level.
Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Man With The Red Face (Hardwell Remix)
By far, one of the best remixes from Hardwell that we have ever heard. Taking the classic 2008 track from Mark Knight and Funkagenda, Hardwell breathes new life into the hit, ‘Man With The Red Face‘. Instead of making a big room, electro track, Hardwell instead took a different approach and create a funk-fueled, groovy track that is driven by the bouncy bass line and by creating a new top line sound while still keeping the same elegant rhythm of the original.