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August 30, 2012

Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso Call Out Hardwell



Swedish House Mafia isnt too please with Hardwell’s recent bootleg pack. They called out Hardwell via twitter for giving out other artist’s music for free in return by having them “like” his fan page to download it. I agree 100% with Axwell and Seb, they dont give away OTHER people’s music for your personal gain without their consent.


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  1. tyler

    Completely low of Seb and Axwell. Hardwell was definitely wrong for sharing without their permission, but I’ve never seen a situation handled so immaturely by two people who call themselves professionals.

    Kindly ask him to remove the tracks from his Facebook, and he would’ve. And even after he sincerely apologized, Axwell kept throwing shots as if he was a little kid.

    And the final straw is that the bootlegs are extremely old, and everyone in the world knows Swedish House Mafia doesn’t need the pocket change. Was it worth losing the respect of so many fans just to save yourselves a couple bucks?

    Hardwell may have made the original mistake, but atleast he was mature enough to apologize and move on. Highly doubt you’ll see an apology from Axwell or Ingrosso though. Not unless someone pays them to do it.

  2. jesse

    How do you know he had to “like” his page to get the download? Seems to me it was a gift for reaching a certain number of fans no? Did you have to “like” his page to get the download?

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