#10TRACKS | Pop/Dance – 24 September 2019

In today’s #10TRACKS pop, we’ll find many prestigious names, starting with the In The MiddleSwedish producer Alesso along with the emerging Norwegian Sumr Camp, with “IN THE MIDDLE”. The non-credited voice is of the U.S. Lizzy Land.

 

 

“ALL OF US” is the new soul/funky track by PNAU with the American vocalist Ollie Gabriel.

 

After her dazzling 2015 debut with “Say Something”, Karen Harding tries to find her charts by relying on the two English producers WhO but staying in the garage/house genre. – “I DON’T NEED LOVE”

 

Lost Frequencies together with the singer/producer Mokita, gives us a nice piece trap/pop with country shades that reminds us of some recent things about Marshmello. – “BLACK & BLUE”

 

James Arthur is a folk-pop singer-songwriter but every now and then you do not deny a refresh of their formula with electro/R&B sounds, in fact this time he collaborates with two artists such as Ty Dolla Sign and the less known english rapper Shotty Horror. – “TREEHOUSE”

 

“GRAVEYARD” is an interlocutory track for Halsey‘s career, but ideal to fill the tracklist of his next album.

 

Craig David is the prince of the 2-step garage and sometimes reminds us of it with singles like “DO YOU MISS ME MUCH”.

 

The golden age of Major Lazer in the charts is over but the project goes on experimenting with the dembow/dancehall together with J Balvin and El Alfa. – “QUE CALOR”

 

“VIOLENCE” it’s the new track of the Canadian Grimes along with the U.S. producer i_o , a synth-pop that makes us fly so high.

 

Let’s close the #10TRACKS with Post Malone, which we usually find in the urban section, but today we are surprised with a synth-pop track. – “CIRCLES”

 

Comments

Tags
Show More

Related Articles

Back to top button
Close