Afrojack & Quintino
Selecta

  • 3★★★☆☆
  • Reviewed by John
  • Published on May 23rd, 2011 at 8:05a.m.
Cover artwork for Selecta

Afrojack's been around for what seems like quite a while now. He's had his own Essential Mix, released an album (Lost and Found), and collaborated with Pitbull, Ne-Yo and the commercially successful David Guetta.

I liked his album. It wasn't boring at all, which, unfortunately, makes it very different from this latest release with Quintino. I know house is meant to be somewhat repetative, but this repetative even by those standards. There doesn't seem to be any imagination in it, from the staid, dull beat to the predictable drop.

It's by no means the worst track ever. It's just that I expected a bit more imagination from people who are clearly better than this product. It's getting a very average 3 stars.

About Selecta

Released:

2011

Genre:

electroelectronichouse

Tracklist

  1. Selecta (Original Mix)

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