FTampa's hit release "Strike It Up" has been selected by Musical Freedom as the only non-Tiesto track on their "Top 10 of 2015" list, earning the Brazilian producer a spot at the table of the industry's biggest players. If the Musical Freedom selection wasn't enough, he was also one of the few out of hundreds of artists to appear in "This Was Tomorrow", the feature film on Tomorrowland.
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These two noteworthy accomplishments round out what has been a pivotal year in FTampa's career. Musical Freedom is just as iconic in the world of electronic dance music as its founder himself, the legendary Tiesto. The label represents only the most noteworthy and cutting-edge talent across spectrum of house music; for an up-and-coming artist, the association with Tiesto's acclaimed brand can supercharge their career. FTampa is in good company on the list, which also includes massive tracks such as Oliver Heldens and Tiesto's "Wombass" and Martin Garrix and Tiesto's "The Only Way is Up". "This Was Tomorrow" chronicles the epic festival by ID&T, and FTampa is the premiere artist appeared in the film, which is available on Netflix. You can check the clip with FTampa here: https://www.facebook.com/ftampa/videos/984331901625574