• Dance

  • No Limit

    2 Unlimited

    In the early nineties rapper Ray Slijngaard and singer Anita Doth became a big commercial success in and outside the Netherlands as the duo 2 Unlimited. The song No Limit scored a number one hit in a whopping 35 countries.

  • A Little Less Conversation

    Junkie XL

    Appearing for the first time in the film Ocean's Eleven (2001), this remix of an Elvis Presley-song became a massive hit in several countries. Producer Thomas Holkenborg aka Junkie XL made The King's voice even deeper and added an emphasis on guitars, horns and the drum beat.

  • Traffic


    He is the first Dutch DJ to be chosen as the best DJ of the world in 2002. A year later Tiësto (real name Tijs Verwest) released the track Traffic, which became his biggest hit and a real trance anthem at several Dutch festivals such as Sensation and Pinkpop.

  • In And Out Of Love

    Armin van Buuren

    With five consecutive wins Armin van Buuren is the record holder when it comes to being chosen as best DJ of the world. Since 2001 he hosts his own radio show A State of Trance, which attracts nearly 40 million listeners worldwide. For In And Out Of Love he worked together with singer Sharon van Adel from goth metal band Within Temptation.

  • Animals

    Martin Garrix

    He was discovered by Tiësto. Then in 2016, at the age of 20 Martin Garrix was named world's top DJ in DJ Mag's annual Top 100 DJ poll. He wouldn't let go of this title for three consecutive years. Animals is his debut single, released at the age of 17. It made him the youngest DJ who scored a number one hit.

  • What's A Girl To Do

    Fatima Yamaha

    He is a well-known member of the famous Dutch rap group De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig. As a solo artist Bas Bron produces quirky techno music under the pseudonym Fatima Yamaha. In his song What's a Girl To Do he used a sample of Scarlett Johansson's monologue in the film Lost In Translation.

  • Rainbow High In The Sky

    DJ Paul Elstak

    In the nineties happy hardcore and gabber music became immensely popular. DJ Paul Elstak scored a big hit with Rainbow High In The Sky, which is considered to be one of the biggest happy hardcore hits of that decade. Many people danced to the cheerful beats of this club favorite.

  • One Day (Vandaag)


    A fusion of deep and tropical house, techno and electro with elements of jazz and soul characterizes the music of DJ Bakermat (real name Lodewijk Fluttert). For his song One Day (Vandaag), he used Martin Luther King's famous lines from his I Have a Dream speech.

  • Krokobil

    Yellow Claw, Mr. Polska & Sjaak

    In 2010, DJ duo Yellow Claw became popular when they hosted a party in Amsterdam's famous night club Jimmy Woo. The twerk-song Krokobil (in Dutch a pun of crocodile and buttock) features their signature style with elements of trap, hiphop, dubstep and hairstyle. On stage Yellow Claw make crowds go crazy with this explosive mix of musical genres.

  • We Like To Party (The Vengabus)


    From the Rotterdam based dance scene comes the Eurodance-act Vengaboys. They scored several hits in the nineties and became one of the most successful Dutch groups ever. Their dance music is perfect for parties, evidently when listening to their number one hit We Like To Party.