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MARTIN GARRIX’S MUSIC REMOVED FROM HIS OWN SOUNDCLOUD, AGAIN

“Can you guys stop f*****g up for once?”

Martin Garrix has revealed that SoundCloud have removed several of his own tracks from his profile, in a post on Twitter. You can see the tweet below.

Speaking about SoundCloud’s actions, Garrix said, “Yo @soundcloud can you guys stop fucking up for once?”

This isn’t the first time SoundCloud have removed Garrix’s own material, after the music platform deleted seven tracks from his profile last May.

Garrix dropped an end of year mix earlier this month (January), which included many of his own productions and collaborations, such as 'Oops', 'Spotless' with Jay Hardway and 'Make Up Your Mind' with Florian Picasso.

Garrix is also set to perform at Coachella festival in April after the full line-up was released on Tuesday 3rd January, with the Dutch DJ/producer part of a dance-heavy bill that also features Steve Angello, Dillon Francis, DJ Snake and many more.

Garrix became the youngest ever DJ Mag Top 100 DJs No. 1 when the 20-year-old Dutch superstar was revealed as the winner of the gong at the Heineken Music Hall during Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) in October.

See Garrix’s tweet on SoundCloud deleting his material below.

Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here.

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