Let’s open #10TRACKS with a remake of a 2000 hit, by the Italian dj Mools together with the original author Mauro Picotto. The emerging and “The Lizard Man” give life to “ALL I NEED IS KOMODO”, extremely catchy version but respectful of the track now entered in the history of dance.
It’s the golden moment of the British singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi and every one of his ballads, arrives at the top of the charts. Then remixes like that of the Dutch Steve Void for “HOLD ME WHILE YOU WAIT”.
It all revolves around the Bronski Beat sample, the Alok track sung by Harrison. The very idea of remixing the synth-pop classic had already come to the future Swedish House Mafia in 2006, when they were two and were called Supermode. – “TELL ME WHY”
26-year-old London singer-songwriter Camden Cox is looking for her first solo hit, after writing for other famous garage/house names such as Jaded, Digital Farm Animals and Kideko. – “SOMEBODY ELSE”
“I COULD GET USED TO THIS” is the result of the all-Danish collaboration between the under-30s, Martin Jensen and Malte Ebert.
It took a soundtrack to bring Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey together in the same single. – “DON’T CALL ME ANGEL (CHARLIE’S ANGELS)”
In the urban room there is no room this time for French Montana, Post Malone, Cardi B and Jamaican producer Rvssian. The rap/flow of the three is in fact at the service of a dancehall base that we really like anyway. – WRITING ON THE WALL”
Instead Charlie Puth is right on the edge of the urban area of our site with the new track “CHEATING ON YOU”.
The history and present/future of the glitter synth-pop is all in the “DREAMLAND” told by Pet Shop Boys with Years & Years.
He’s a bit of a mess for Tove Lo, the Swedish artist who didn’t find the right hit to launch the newly released album “Sunshine Kitty”. Yet there are some pearls on the record, like the one with Kylie Minogue, with whom we close today’s #10TRACKS. – REALLY DON’T LIKE U”