Playlist Additions 15/08/14

Chris Brown ft Usher & Rick Ross – New Flame

A soulful song, the 5th track taken from Chris’ upcoming new album and the first time Brown has collaborated with Usher. The two are joined by Rick Ross (with whom Chris Brown has worked before) who provides a verse towards the end. The song focuses on having the courage to start a new relationship.

David Guetta ft Sam Martin – Lovers On The Sun

Slightly departing from David Guetta’s normal style it starts more rocky before breaking into the normal David Guetta sound. Vocals come from American Sam Martin who was part of the writing team and the production team includes Avicii. The EP from which the title track is taken also features the more widely played “Bad” track.

Fuse ODG ft Angel – T.I.N.A

Multi-award winning British Ghanaian Fuse ODG is back with his forth single. Alongside his own vocals the catchy chorus comes from Angel, another British musician famed for his own track “Wonderful”. It’s a catchy 3.23 of great music, it’s the title track from his album and T.I.N.A stands for 3.23 of great music, it’s the title track from his album and T.I.N.A stands for “This Is New Africa”

Jessie Ware – Tough Love

The first impression of this song I got was it’s similarity to Prince – Little Red Covertte. The drum beats from the mid 80s Prince song were the over-riding first impression I got from the song. Don’t let that take away from a great pop song, will written and well song Jessie’s voice goes from strength to strength. Yet to achieve the success she deserves she is a fantastic artist who possesses an awesome voice.

One Republic – Love Runs Out

Another slice of pop music from the American group who’s stop/start success is yet to be broken

Sia – Chandelier

Wankelmut ft Emma Louise – My Head Is A Jungle

Wankelmut is a German DJ/Producer who puts the vocals of Emma Louise to good use on this slice of house.

Watermät – Bullit

Watermät is a French DJ / Producer who is giving Bullit a chance in the UK following phenomenal success across Europe. Peaking at 177 in his native land it was more successful in Belgium with a peak position of number 2.