Leonie Schott
By Leonie Schott

Qlassics: the brand new format of Q-dance, where DJs reveal untold stories about the biggest hardstyle hits ever. The first episode is featured by D-Block & S-te-Fan who open up about a track which gave their career an enormous boost: ‘Music Made Addict’.

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During this first episode, Q-dance doesn’t only talk with the producers of the track, but also with some of their colleagues. The Prophet, Sound Rush and DJ Isaac state their opinion about the song, and what it means for the hardstyle scene. ‘Music Made Addict’ got released in 2009 and got remixed two times until now: The Prophet, as well as Headhunterz & Wildstylez put their style into the hardstyle classic.

The original of the track appeared like a pop song: “Before, the sample sounded terribly bad, we worked so much on it, until we thought it fits well to us”, the DJ duo tells us. Also colleague and friend DJ Isaac still plays the track regularly: “The crowd still goes crazy when I play the track.” The Prophet says about his remix, it’s “a sparkle the track brings with it that shows: it’s really beautiful what we’re doing.”

Q-dance Qlassics – Music Made Addict

The complete Episode of Q-dance Qlassics – Music Made Addict can be watched down below. The video and more information about the format can also be found at the Q-dance YouTube channel. More episodes about legendary hardstyle hits are on the way…

Footage taken from Facebook page D-Block & S-te-Fan

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