“Beside You” by James Blunt is the first #10TRACKS of this rubric. The Dance-Pop Uptempo tracks are part of the repertoire of the British singer-songwriter. He collaborated again with The Six. His new song is called “Who We Used To Be.” It will be out on the 27th of October.
In the first half of 2023, Troye Sivan completed the recordings of his third album, “Something To Give Each Other.” It will be out on the 13th of October. “Rush” is the lead single, characterized by a House sound house. Big Freedia remixed the song.
Changing the label has slowed down the career of Jess Glynne. She almost disappeared for about three years. “What Do You Do?” is the second song published from the beginning of the year. It represents a return to the House-Pop sound of the debut album.
The English Mae Stephens, born in 20023, started this year properly with the hit “If We Ever Broke Up.” It is certified silver in the UK. Now, she collaborated with Meghan Trainor in “Mr Right.”
In just four months, “LALA” by Myke Towers has transformed from an album track to a hit. TikTok has been the means once again. He previously reached 400 million streams on “Diosa.”
Britney Spears and will.i.am were able to make us nostalgic about “Scream & Shout,” publishing, after 11 years, the trash/EDM “Mind Your Business.”
Dom Dolla and Nelly Furtado took the stage together at Beyond The Valley Festival 2023 in Australia. From that moment, the Australian producer and the Canadian singer-songwriter decided to collaborate. After a few months, they released the Electro-House track “Eat Your Man.”
In the last two years, the German group Glockenbach obtained several gold certifications which increased their popularity. In the new song “Lifeline” they collaborated with one of the most talented vocalists of this moment: Ella Henderson.
The album “That! Feels Good!” by Jessie Ware already contained “Freak Me Now.” Now, she published a new re-edition of the song. It is a version in collaboration with Roisin Murphy. The track celebrates two undiscussed queens of the Disco-Funk.
Let’s end this #10TRACKS with another track that is part of a tracklist that was published almost a year ago. So let’s listen to “Elevator Eyes” by the always sensual Tove Lo from the fifth album “Dirt Femme.”