#10TRACKS | Pop/Dance – January ’22

Win Anyway” by Walk The Moon is the first song of the #10TRACKS we are proposing to you today. The electro-rock team from Cincinnati is hunting for a new hit after the previous Win Anyway“Shut Up And Dance” e “One Foot.”




The Danish singer-songwriter has just published a new EP with 4 songs, including “Brad Pitt.” This is a preview of the next album called “Motordrome”, which will go out on 28 January.


#10TRACKSThe Berlin-based duo YouNotUs won 3 platinum records and one gold record in Germany between 2015 and 2019. We are listening to them again with “All My Life,” their new garage-pop track sung by the Swedish singer Nea.



The English 22 years-old Harvey Leigh Cantwell aka HRVY is one of the most appreciated pop/R&B singers in the UK and beyond. “Talking To The Stars” is the new single from the artist who had collaborated with Jonas Blue, Sigala, and R3HAB in the past.


DJ Khaled adventures in the Latin-pop scene, and goes on the safe side by producing one of the most popular Latin-pop singers, the Panamanian #10TRACKS Sech. “Borracho” is the title of this collaboration between these two.



Aloe Blacc adds a new dance-pop track to his collection, creating a track with Gabry Ponte called “Can’t Get Over You.” Their track has already reached 4 million streams on Spotify.



#10TRACKSFall in Love Again” from the British singer-songwriter Rag’n’Bone Man has been already included in the album “Life By Misadventure”, but now we can appreciate it again in the Claptone remix version.




Alok e Steve Aoki make so many tracks that it is hard for us to write about all of them. “Typical“, made with the emerging Swedish singer and songwriter Lars Martin is one of those noteworthy.


Bang Bang” is the new song from the Romanian singer-songwriter Holy Molly. The girl, who is 25 years old, is trying to reach the top positions of the dance-pop charts, just like her compatriots Inna and Alexandra Stan.#10TRACKS




Let’s close these #10TRACKS with Pete Tong and his remake of “Hideaway” by De’Lacy. The track made in 1995 is in the hands of the English DJ who has accustomed us to its orchestral versions of the main classics of dance. This time he collaborates with the composer Jules Buckley, the producer of Eats Everything, and the vocalist Vula.



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