Let’s begin the #10TRACKS rubric with Molella, who takes part in a prestigious featuring. This time he collaborates with the Scottish singer KT Tunstall for a new house-pop song, perfect for the summer. – “STARLIGHT & GOLD”
In the discography of Rudimental, there is room to alternate between hits and tracks like “KRAZY” (vocal by Afronaut Zu), where they try to conquer followers among the garage-house fans.
The Dutch Producer Deepend is mostly known for his remixes (check out his remix of “Catch & Release” by Matt Simon). Sooner or later, his singles will be on top. For now, we can say that “DESIRE” seems being promising to climb the charts. The featuring is with the Newyorker indie-rock duo She Keeps Bees.
Let’s move to the UK with Hollaphonic, English duo that brings us back of at least a decade with “SAVE ME,” sang by the Libanese Xriss.
It is time to change the sound abruptly in our #10TRACKS. It is time for J Balvin and his concept album dedicated to the colors. Among all, we pick “yellow” or “AMARILLO.”
24kGoldn is a 19-years old rapper from California who found a first hit with “CITY OF ANGELS.” In the next future, we will include this in the urban section, but this suits better our pop/dance playlist.
Not only English and American boy & girl bands fall apart. Also Korean! The positive aspect is that we find more solo artists of interest like the 25-years old Jackson Wang. – “100 WAYS.”
The sleeper-hit of the moment is by the 20-years old BENEE from Newzeland. The songwriter this time collaborates with the Newyorker Gus Dapperton. – SUPALONELY
Among several singles “for fans only” in the last months, the talented Australian producer Flume releases a more pop track: “THE DIFFERENCE,” sang by Toro Y Moi.
Let’s close the #10TRACKS rubric with Bazzi, on the trail of Khalid, keeps moving between alt/R&B and mainstream/pop. – “YOUNG & ALIVE”