DJ Snake Makes Dance Music History With Ultimate Wall of Death
DJ Snake is no stranger to unleashing memorable performances in his hometown of Paris, France. In the past, we've seen the French producer perform on top of the Arc de Triomphe. Recently, he made history by performing at the largest single-day dance music event in the history of Europe. With over 40,000 partygoers in attendance, the Paris La Défense Arena in Nanterre, on the outskirts of Paris, was an event like no other. Fans are counting down until they'll be able to relive the magic that unfolded this past weekend. In the meantime, DJ Snake has blessed our timelines with some footage from what he aptly named a "Legendary Night." Check it out below!
There were arguably several historic moments that took place that night, however, the jaw-dropping wall of death undeniably takes the cake, in our opinion. Although not all 40,000 attendees took part in the wall of death, the sheer amount of people who did is simply epic! To make matters even more special, an unreleased DJ Snake track filled the arena. After cruising through Tweets, speculations surrounding the song can be narrowed down to it being called 'I Can't Trust Nobody.' If this is but a mere taste of what DJ Snake has been cooking up for 2020, we can't wait to see what else is in store.
Check out Another Perspective of the Wall of Death Below:
BIGGEST WALL OF DEATH EVER 😳 @djsnake pic.twitter.com/cO2yOzALha— Guettapen (@GuettapenNews) February 23, 2020