The first song of today’s #10TRACKS is “Who You Are” by Craig David and MNEK. The garage-pop track by the duo reminds us of the garage sounds quite popular about 20 years ago. However, you can also find a house-pop remix produced by M-22.
The German electro-folk team, Milky Chance, just published the fourth album, “Trip Tape.” The authors of the global-hit “Stolen Dance,” released in 2013, are quite inspired, and this is further demonstrated by the latest single, “Colorado.” Indeed, it reached 35 million streams on Spotify, and a remix by Icarus is also available.
Among the unreleased tracks by Don Diablo, in the deluxe edition of “Forever,” there is also “Get Out Get Hurt.” This time, the Dutch DJ picks the British folk singer and songwriter Gabrielle Aplin, who is not so new to electro-pop sounds if we consider her recent collaboration with Michael Calfan in “Imagining.”
The first hits by the Romanian singer Inna are dated 2009. Since then, she changed many music genres, from euro-dance to R&B. “UP” is definitely catchy and will be surely appreciated by the fans of her early hits.
DJ Snake, in “SG,” proposes again the successful electro-reggaeton formula he used on “Taki Taki.” However, this time he chooses another collective. Ozuna is there also this time, but we mention the presence of Megan Thee Stallion representing the hip-hop scene and LISA from BLACKPINK to represent K-pop.
In the past weeks, we mentioned the story of the soundtrack of the anime “Blade Runner: Black Lotus” to signal the presence of a song by A7S. Among the 15 tracks, we also find “Rescue Me” by another Swedish DJ, Alesso, who picked the Mexican singer Danna Paola.
The English emerging duo ABOUT THAT plays a sure-shot and debuts with a piano-house remake of Baha Men’s global hit “Who Let The Dogs Out“(2000). The vocalist EVALINA is quite an expert, given that she already published three songs in 2021 with three other DJs.
The Spanish producer HVME is back with “Money On My Mind,” a title that maybe describes his life experience after his tremendous success with “Goosebumps.”
Finally, right when we gave up on our expectations, Shakira decided to publish an electro-pop track sung in English. Of course, we are talking about “Don’t Wait Up,” but we here listen to it in the version of the English producer Riton.
We conclude today’s #10TRACKS by writing about Duran Duran, who have published their 15th album “Future Past” last 22 October. The band led by Simon Le Bon collaborates con Tove Lo on “GIVE IT ALL UP.”