#10TRACKS | Pop/Dance – April 2022

Imagine Dragons are often part of the #10TRACKS. Once again, they stamp the tag # 10TRACKS with the new single “Bones,” extracted from the album “Mercury – Act 2,” to be released soon.


Also, for the Norwegian electro-pop singer Sigrid, it is time to release an album, the second in the career of the 25-year-old from Ålesund. “It Gets Dark” is included in the tracklist along with the previous hits “Mirror” and “Burning Bridges.”

# 10TRACKSWith Sean Paul‘s dancehall sound in the headphones, summer is not that far away. This time, the Jamaican rapper collaborates with the American Pia Mia in “How We Do It.”




K-pop is well represented by “Oh Sorry Ya,” the new song by 29-year-old SUNMI, known for her solo career and her past with the girl band Wonder Girls.

Ed Sheeran completes almost the entire catalog of musical genres explored so far, collaborating with J Balvin in  # 10TRACKS Sigue.” In addition to this reggaeton track, they also released the ballad “Forever My Love” simultaneously.

The emotional EDM of Alan Walker no longer reaches the top of the charts but still gets excellent numbers in views and streaming. In “Hello World,” we find the 21-year-old Norwegian Torine, already with the producer as a ghost-vocalist in “Play,” released in 2019.

 # 10TRACKS On & On “is the second record release of the year for Swedish songwriter and producer A7S. This time leaves room for the appropriately modified voice of the English rapper of African origin, S1mba.
Also, in “Radio,” a slap-house track by the English collective Pink Panda, we listen to an artist known above all in the hip-hop scene: ZieZie.

Disclosure and RAYE demonstrate that you can make great music even if you are outside the major record companies that have seduced and abandoned them. “Waterfall” is their new single.

Justin Bieber collaborates with another exponent of Afro / R & B music, namely Omah Lah.  # 10TRACKS Attention” could also be included in urban #10TRACKS and confirms that the differences between some musical genres are now minimal.







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