We’ve been haunted by Madeleine Mayi‘s ‘love me’ since the day it was released. So we are not surprised that song returns to the top spot for a second non-consecutive week. Last week we had a chance to chat with Madeleine. You can find the link to the interview below.
George Holliday & Isaak Tyler » All Drained Out
The highest new entry this week belongs to a collaboration between talented producer and songwriter George Holliday who is recording music out of his van and singer-songwriter Isaak Tyler.
James Walker » Reocurrence
We already said that ‘Reocurrence’ is a highly memorable track and it’s no surprise that today the songs lands at number seven. James Walker is someone you should definitely keep an eye out for.
Angus1 » Champagne
‘Champagne’ is a third consecutive single that enters the chart as we became big fans of Angus1 who brings good beats and uplifting energy in the times when we need it the most.
Grace Davies » Invisible
Grace Davies is a singer-songwriter who already has quite a following. ‘Invisible’ is the first single that we discovered and it starts its journey at number twenty-one.
Very Very » Badlands
Another powerful debut this year comes from Very Very – a vocalist and producer from Toronto and her moody sounds and ardent voice have forged a following in the music scene and industry alike.
Feiertag & Oli Hannaford » Seasons
Feiertag & Oli Hannaford come together on this excellently soulful collaboration. We were hooked on ‘Seasons’ from the moment we heard it. Today the song enters the chart at twenty-six.