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GALLEON UPFRONT CHARTS W.C 11 March 2017

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GALLEON CHARTS FOR THE WEEK COMMENCING 11 MARCH 2017

 

BoogieKnights DANCEFLOOR REACTION / ARIA CLUB TOP 20

 

ALL NIGHT ~ (BoogieKnights Broken Rethink) ~ Diamond Lights ~ Yes Yes Records ~ 1

BLAME SOMEBODY ~ (BoogieKnights Bootleg) ~ Alex Mills vs Claptone ~ XXX ~ 2

CLOUD 9 ~ (Purple Disco Machine Mix) ~ Jamiroquai ~ EMI ~ 3

HEAD HELD HIGH ~ (BoogieKnights Re-Think) ~ Magnifik ft Andrea Kerwin ~ Yes Yes Records ~ 4

STAY ~ (BoogieKnightsNY Funk Odyssey Remix) ~ Date Night ~ Date Night ~ 5

HEAR YOUR LOVE ~ (Silversix Mix) ~ Moonbootica ~ Double Up ~ 6

YOU CAN CALL ME AL ~ (Yasumo / Coursey & Jolyon's Bone Digger Dub) ~ Murph & Petch ~ Vicious ~ 7

IDENTIFY ME 2017 ~ (Mark Dynamix 2017 Mix) ~ Mark Dynamix ~ Micropope ~ 8

FREEK ~ (Original) ~ Tomn Budin ~ Astrx ~ 9

HEAT OF THE NIGHT ~ (Original) ~ Eat More Cake ~ Neon ~ 10

GET A MOVE ON ~ (Original) ~ Avon Stringer ~ Play It Down ~ 11

IS IT LOVE ~ (Plastic Plates / Kormack / Supermini & Frankie Romano Mix) ~ Chili HiFly ~ Tinted ~ 12

HEAVEN ~ (DJ Spen & Reelsoul Extended Mix) ~ Pauline Henry ~ Groove Odyssey ~ 13

KING KONG ~ (Extended) ~ Icarus ~ FFRR ~ 14

COOK IT ~ (Stereofunk vs CO3B) ~ Cookin On 3 Burners ~ WMA ~ 15

RIGHT NOW ~ (Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Erodiscotique Remix) ~ Hard Ton ft Spiller ~ Luv Shack Records ~ 16

IT AIN'T MY FAULT ~ (Kraak & Smaak / Taisun Mix) ~ Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC feat Chali 2na ~ CSR ~ 17

NO MORE ~ (Original Mix) ~ Sante Sansone ~ Glasgow Underground ~ 18

STAND UP YA'LL ~ (Original Mix) ~ Will The Funkboss ~ Springbok Records ~ 19

STATE OF AFFAIRS ~ (Original Mix) ~ DJ Mes ~ Guesthouse ~ 20

 

GALLEON UPFRONT NY / MANHATTAN COLLECTIVE HOUSE BUZZ CHART

 

CLOUD 9 ~ (Purple Disco Machine Mix) ~ Jamiroquai ~ EMI ~ 1

THE DRUMS (DIN DA DA) ~ Claptone ~ EMI ~ 2

FUN ~ (Eric Kupper / Crooked Blonde Mix) ~ Blondie ~ BMG ~ 3

WHERE U IZ ~ Fatboy Slim ~ Southern Fried ~ 4

ON MY WAY ~ (EDX Miami Sunset Mix) ~ Tiesto ft Bright Sparks ~ Musical Freedom ~ 5

LOSING YOU ~ Zac Samuel ~ PMR/Polydor ~ 6

GENIE ~ (Original / Joe Goddard Mix) ~ Busy P ~ ED Banger / Because Music ~ 7

CALLING ~ (Zonderling Mix) ~ DJ Licious ~ Shomi ~ 8

LIVING FOR THE FUTURE ~ (Original / Black Legend Project Mix) ~ Richard Grey ~ PornoStar ~ 9

INSECURE ~ (Antoine Clamaran Mix) ~ WhiteNoize ~ InStereo ~ 10

LIVE STREAM ~ (Original Mix) ~ Mark Knight, Green Velvet & Rene Amesz ~ XXX ~ 11

HEAR ME NOW ~ (EDX & Nora En Pure Mix) ~ Alok & Bruno Martini Ft Zeeba ~ XXX ~ 12

LOVE SHY ~ (Sam Divine & CASSIMM Extended Mix) ~ Kristine Blonde ~ Armada Deep ~ 13

GET UP ~ (Original Mix) ~ CamelPhat ~ Relief ~ 14

KING HIT ~ (Original Mix) ~ DJ W!ld ~ XXX ~ 15

LOVE ME ~ Torren Foot ~ Onelove ~ 16

SUARA REMIXES ~ Moby ~ Suara ~ 17

NO MORE ~ Sante Sansone ~ Glasgow Underground ~ 18

STAND UP YA'LL ~ (Original Mix) ~ Will The Funkboss ~ Springbok Records ~ 19

STATE OF AFFAIRS ~ (Original Mix) ~ DJ Mes ~ Guesthouse ~ 20

 

GALLEON UPFRONT AFRO / LATIN / CARIBBEAN BUZZ CHART

 

RUN UP ~ Major Lazer ft PartyNextDoor & Nicki Minaj ~ Because Music ~ 1

SWEET LOVE ~ Wizkid ~ XXX ~ 2

SHAPE OF YOU (Original / Stormzy / Major Lazer Remix) ~ Ed Sheeran ~ ~ 3

THIS KIND LOVE ~ Patoranking ~ XXX ~ 4

DISTANCE ~ Omarion ~ XXX ~ 5

COLD ~ Maroon 5 ft Future ~ XXX ~ 6

FINE WINE (Original / WSTRN Remix) ~ Yxng Bane ft Kojo Funds ~ XXX ~ 7

ROCKABYE ~ Clean Bandit ft Sean Paul & Anne-Marie ~ WMA ~ 8

NO LIE ~ Sean Paul ft Dua Lipa ~ XXX ~ 9

NASTY ~ Kid Ink ~ XXX ~ 10

SHAKE IT ~ Mr. Collipark, JSTJR, & Jesse Slayter ft Shaggy ~ XXX ~ 11

FAST WINE ~ Machel Montano ~ XXX ~ 12

LIKE A STAR ~ Fetty Wap ~ XXX ~ 13

LIKE THIS ~ DJ Henry X ft Wizkid ~ Spinnin' ~ 14

SUNRISE ~ Jillionaire ft Fuze ODG & Fatman Scoop ~ XXX ~ 15

LIGHTS OUT (TOO DRUNK) ~ DJ Katch ft Hayley ~ Warner ~ 16

NOT NICE ~ PartyNextDoor ~ XXX ~ 17

YOUR NUMBER (Remix) ~ Ayo Jay ft Chris Brown & Kid Ink ~ XXX ~ 18

EVERYBODY KNOW ~ Beenie Man ~ XXX ~ 19

CHANCE ~ Sean Kingston & Vybz Kartel ~ XXX ~ 20

 

GALLEON UPFRONT URBAN BUZZ CHART

 

BAD & BOUJEE ~ Migos & Lil Uzi Vert ~ WAR     ~ 1

SELFISH ~ Future ft Rihanna ~ XXX ~ 2

SWALLA ~ Jason Derulo ~ XXX ~ 3

COMIN' ON STRONG ~ Future ft The Weeknd ~ XXX ~ 4

THAT'S WHAT I LIKE ~ Bruno Mars ~ XXX ~ 5

DISTANCE ~ Omarion ~ XXX ~ 6

SHINING ~ DJ Khaled ft Beyonce & JZ ~ Epic ~ 7

SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS ~ The Chainsmokers ft Coldplay ~ SME ~ 8

STAY ~ Zedd & Alesha Cara ~ XXX ~ 9

I THINK OF YOU ~ Jerimih ft Chris Brown ~ XXX ~ 10

ALL TIME LOW (Remix) ~ John Bellion ft A$AP Rocky ~ XXX ~ 11

LOVE $ICK ~ Mura Masa ft A$AP Rocky ~ UMA ~ 12

COLD ~ Maroon 5 ft Future ~ XXX ~ 13

BOM BIDI BOM ~ Nick Jonas & Nicki Minaj  ~ XXX ~ 14

HIGH SIGNIN' ~ Kid Ink ~ XXX ~ 15

IT TAKES TWO ~ Mike Will Made It, Lil Yachty, & Carly Rae Jepson ~ XXX ~ 17

IN MY FOREIGN ~ The Americanos ft Ty Dolla $ign, French Montana, Lil Yachty & Nicky Jam ~ XXX ~ 16

JUMP ~ Lupe Fiasco ~ XXX ~ 18

ONE WINE (DJ Mustard Remix) ~ Machel Montano & Sean Paul ~ XXX ~ 19

TOUCH REMIX ~ Little Mix ft Kid Ink ~ XXX ~ 20

 

These charts are compiled by GALLEON and include the BoogieKnights official ARIA contribution.

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