Grammy-winning DJ Afrojack has joined forces with music duo Dubvision to release ye another collaboration “Feels Like Home” which will be the official anthem for the F1 Dutch Grand Prix on September 4th. Afrojack also performed a live set before the race, which was won by fellow Dutchman Max Verstappen.
“Feels Like Home” from Afrojack and Dubvision gets hearts pumping, whether on the dance floor or on the race track
This is one of many collaborations between the two artists. They’ve released countless tracks together since they first merged sounds in 2017.
One of the first times this song was premiered was at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest which took place in the Netherlands which featured a special performance by Afrojack. Since then, the melody of “Feel Like Home” has been stuck in the head of many people.
DubVision’s recent successes have also led them to where they are today with this track, releasing two tracks with Martin Garrix on his album “Sentio” earlier this year.
Afrojack’s most recent single, “Day N Night”, has generated quite a lot of interest too as he announced a partnership deal with Universal Music Group in July for all his future releases and all the releases on his record label WALL Recordings.
The track brings all the good vibes together
“Feels Like Home” is a euphoric track that will instantly transport you to the front stage of any major festival. The amazing vocals, supplied by Andreas Moe, compliment the energetic flow of the song. The uplifting anthem expresses how being around the person you love can comfort you during even the roughest of times. The layered tones of the track give way to euphoric festival mainstage-ready drops that only dance music veterans like Afrojack and DubVision can provide.
This is what Afrojack had to say about his latest track:
“I’m extremely honored to have been asked to collaborate with my good friends DubVision for the official song by the organization of the Dutch Grand Prix. The track is an ode to where it all started; for me, for Verstappen, for DubVision and so many others.”