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Martin Garrix’s “Animals” Hits The One Billion Mark On YouTube!

When you consider Martin Garrix, I’m certain that large portions of you additionally consider “Animals”. He picked up acclaim through this track.

Martin Garrix's "Animals" Hits The One Billion Mark On YouTube!

Martin Garrix has at long last done it! Having made a sprinkle inside the move music scene in 2013, his breakout hit “Animals” has at long last achieved the one billion stamp on YouTube.

4 years prior Martin Garrix blasted into the scene with his diagram topping banger ‘Animals’. The famous Big Room track, which graced mainstages and clubs everywhere throughout the world picked up a lot of awards. Going platinum in 10 nations, and fixing various diagrams the world over, the tune has secured another point of interest accomplishment. 1 billion YouTube sees. It joins the 1 billion perspectives club not long after individual EDM act Daft Punk likewise achieved the breakthrough with their track “Starboy” with The Weeknd and DJ Snake and Major Lazer’s ‘Incline toward’, which as of late hit the 2 billion view turning point!

“Animals” is a tune by Dutch DJ and record maker Martin Garrix, discharged as an advanced download on 17 June 2013 on iTunes. The tune rapidly wound up noticeably prevalent inside the EDM culture, prompting Garrix turning into the most youthful maker to ever have a melody achieve number one on the electronic music store Beatport. The track was a business achievement, achieving the main ten or garnish on various electronic music outlines, topping singles graphs in the United Kingdom and Belgium, and achieved number 21 on the United States’ Billboard Hot 100.

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