The #10TRACKS rubrics today begins with the young Lithuanian DJ Dynoro, that tries to be remembered not only for “In My Mind,” although the electro-house sound is the same. The collaboration with the Colombian producer Fumaratto and a vocal in Spanish make the difference – “ME PROVOCAS.”
On the one hand, two well-established figures in the pop/dance field like the Berlinese duo Younotus and the English singer Julian Perretta propose “YOUR FAVOURITE SONG.”
On the other hand, the Haska debut with a sure-shot like “MADAN,” deep-house version of the 2003 hit by Martin Solveig and Salif Keita.
The tracklist of the day is also filled with the new song by Kygo “Golden Hour,” and “I’LL WAIT” sang by Sasha Sloan.
On and off, Ava Max is reaching popularity after the boom obtained with “Sweet But Psycho.” The bubble-pop “KINGS & QUEENS” confirms our impression.
“WHO I AM” is the synth-pop hymn by Melanie C, the experienced former Spice Girl that can still do great among the young proposals.
Among the most influent girls-band of the ’10s, there is Little Mix. For them, it is time for the first release of this 2020: “BREAK UP SONG.”
For the Australian Tones And I, it must be challenging to replicate the success obtained with “Dance Monkey,” however it is possible to release good musing without overthinking the charts. “BAD CHILD” is a perfect example.
“HEADING HOME” is the dancehall/R&B track by the Anglo-Norwegian duo composed by Alan Walker and Ruben.
Let’s close the #10TRACKS with one among the plethora of tracks born during the (almost) worldwide quarantine due to the COVID-19. We choose Twenty One Pilots with “LEVEL OF CONCERN,” in a surprising funky-pop sound.