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DJ Nucleya attempts musical coup at Afrojack’s show at EDC India

Yes, it’s true. DJ Nucleya took over a mobile musical van and began an impromptu gig while Afrojack was still performing at the music festival. Rashima Nagpal reports

As per the schedule, globally-acclaimed DJ Afrojack was supposed to close the two-day Budweiser Electric Daisy Carnival, and so he did. But as hoards of people were flocking towards the huge Kinetic Fields, where the Dutch DJ was performing, they were pleasantly surprised to spot another prominent musician shaking his legs. It was actually Nucleya who broke into an impromptu gig at a mobile musical van referred to as ‘Lush Beats’. So as people were heading towards the Kinetic Fields, they spotted their favourite Nucleya playing on the way, and hence started to accumulate around the mobile van. Interestingly, Nucleya had already performed at his scheduled time in the day before. But the rage for Nucleya was such that some fans didn’t mind giving Afrojack a miss! Now we don’t know what motivated Nucleya to do a surprise gig but his fans totally went berserk seeing him perform so close!

Here’s Nucleya taking over the musical mobile van while Afrojack was performing right adjacent!

Having said that, it could hardly impact Afrojack’s sensational concert. The closing do had the maximum number of footfall.

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Here’s how Afrojack had the madness going:-

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