Following Martin Garrix's fall out with Spinnin' Records and MusicAllStars, two more producers/DJs have decided to follow his transition out of the record label and management company. Julian Jordan and Mike Hawkins have both announced that they will be parting ways with Spinnin' Records.
“Continuing on what I announced last week, I would like to inform fans, followers, friends and other supporters that Spinnin' Records and I have mutually agreed to end our deal.
Following two very exciting and fruitful years for me it has been a key stone for my personal aspirations that I pursue wider and different creative paths in my music.
I have worked hard on several new records the past half year, and both parties have agreed that going forward we are perhaps not the right match for each other in terms of style and vision.
I'm extremely excited about the future and my new team which I can't wait to tell you more about – and I feel more creative and inspired than ever, something which shows in the studio.
Thank you all so much for being with me through this journey, nothing but love for you!” – Mike Hawkins
“I’d like to inform all of my fans and followers that i won’t continue my deal with Spinnin’ Records and their management company MusicAllStars MGMT. The last few months we’ve been trying to sign a new agreement with Spinnin’ Records but unfortunately we couldn’t agree on a new deal. The last couple of weeks we have build a new Julian Jordan team which gives me more freedom than before. I will give you guys more new music and i'm happy to announce that my next single will be released on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings. I’ve never felt more creative, and can’t wait to show you all what i’m working on. Big love to all my fans and hope to see you soon !
Julian <|” – Julian Jordan
Both Julian Jordan and Mike Hawkins have brought in millions upon millions of views to Spinnin' Records. So what does the future hold for each one of these superstars? Well at the moment, only time will tell it appears.