Singer-songwriter Wrabel is back with a new single ‘I Want You’ after a meteoric climb into the limelight last year when Afrojack had fallen for a song that the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter had written called “Ten Feet Tall.”
Afrojack remixed the song and declared it the first U.S. single from his upcoming album. The DJ, who plays to hundreds of thousands of people a night at top electronic music festivals like Tomorrowland, began spinning his remix of “Ten Feet Tall” at his live shows.
Clips started popping up on YouTube. “Literally every morning I would wake up, go to my computer, look for it on YouTube and cry,” Wrabel says. “Just watching 150,000 dancing to my song with disco lights flashing, it was like, ‘Holy crap, this is really cool.’ Afrojack blew the lid off the essence of the song. I can’t listen to it without having a perma-grin on my face.’”
With Afrojack’s remix of “Ten Feet Tall” being used in a Bud Light ad that premiered during the Super Bowl to an audience of more than 108 million viewers.
‘I Want You’ is the first track taken from his forthcoming debut album and is available to download for free from Wrabel’s official site.
In the meantime, take a look at the video below: