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GALLEON UPFRONT CHARTS W.C 18 Mar 2017

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BoogieKnights DANCEFLOOR REACTION / ARIA CLUB TOP 20 TRACK MIX ARTIST LABEL POSITION
  All Night BoogieKnights Broken Re-Think Diamond Lights Yes Yes Records 1
  HEAD HELD HIGH BoogieKnights Re-Think Magnifik ft Andrea Kerwin Yes Yes Records 2
  CLOUD 9 Purple Disco Machine Remix Jamiroquai EMI 3
  BLAME SOMEBODY BoogieKnights Bootleg Alex Mills vs Claptone XXX 4
  STAY BoogieKnights NY Funk Odyssey Remix Date Night ft Cam Nacson Date Night 5
  YOU CAN CALL ME AL Yasumo / Coursey & Jolyon's Bone Digger Dub Murph & Petch Vicious 6
  WHERE U IZ   Fatboy Slim Southern Fried 7
  STAND UP YA'LL   Will The Funkboss Springbok Records 8
  RIGHT NOW Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Erodiscotique Remix Hard Ton ft Spiller  Luv Shack Records  9
  CHANGE Djemba Djemba / Penthouse Penthouse Remix JNTHN STEIN ETCETC 10
  THE DRUMS (DIN DAH DAH)   Claptone PIAS 11
  GET A MOVE ON  Original Avon Stringer Play It Down 12
  WE CAN FLY Angelo Ferreri Remix Paola Peroni ft Cheryl Porter Intercool Digital 13
  IDENTIFY ME 2017  Mark Dynamix 2017 Mix Mark Dynamix Micropope 14
  COOK IT Stereofunk vs CO3B)  Cookin On 3 Burners  WMA 15
  KITTY KAT   Tonky Velcro 16
  TAKEOFF   Sondrio XXX 17
  NAIMA   Mike Newman Bajeera Ice 18
  HOLD ME UP JJ's Vocal Mix Glory ft Jocelyn Brown Defected 19
  SENSATIONS Julyan Dubson Remix The Deepshakerz XXX 20
           
           
GALLEON HOT HITSEEKERS BUZZ CHART TRACK MIX ARTIST LABEL POSITION
  CLOUD 9 Purple Disco Machine / Fred Falke / Tough Love Remixes Jamiroquai EMI 1
  THE DRUMS (DIN DA DA)   Claptone EMI 2
  WHERE U IZ   Fatboy Slim Southern Fried 3
  SCARED TO BE LONELY Zonderling / DubVision / Brooks Remixes Martin Garrix ft Dua Lipa XXX 4
  GENIE Original / Joe Goddard Remixes Busy P Ed Banger / Because Music 5
  YOU CAN CALL ME AL   Murph & Petch ft Livingstone Vicious 6
  SLIDE   Calvin Harris ft Frank Ocean & Migos   7
  BABYLON   Booka Shade with Craig Walker & Urdur  Blaufield 8
  CALLING Zonderling Mix DJ Licious  Shomi 9
  WHERE'S THE REVOLUTION Ewan Pearson Mix Depeche Mode Mute 10
  KING KONG   Icarus FFRR 11
  DEEP OF THE NIGHT Extended Mix Goldfish ft. Diamond Thug  Double Up Records 12
  ON MY WAY EDX Miami Sunset Mix Tiesto ft Bright Sparks Musical Freedom 13
  FUN Eric Kupper / Kyodee / Crooked Blonde Remixes Blondie BMG 14
  TRYING Extended / Phlegmatic Dogs / Mark Spence / Wildfire Remixes Benson Sweat It Out 15
  CHAINED TO THE RHYTHM Hot Chip Dub Katy Perry Warner 16
  ON MY MIND Denney Mix Disciples Warner 17
  LOSING YOU   Zac Samuel PMR/Polydor 18
  HIT THE ROAD JACK Original Mix Throttle Warner 19
  STILL HERE Remixes Stanton Warriors Punx 20
           
           
GALLEON NY/MANHATTAN COLLECTIVE UPFRONT BUZZ CHART TRACK MIX ARTIST LABEL POSITION
  CLOUD 9 Purple Disco Machine / Fred Falke / Tough Love Remixes Jamiroquai EMI 1
  THE DRUMS (DIN DAH DAH) Original Claptone ft George Kranz PIAS 2
  FUN Eric Kupper / Crooked Blonde Remixes Blondie BMG 3
  WHERE U IZ  12 Mix Fatboy Slim Southern Fried 4
  GENIE Original / Joe Goddard Remixes Busy P ft Mayor Hawthorne ED Banger / Because Music  5
  LOSING YOU Original Zac Samuel PMR/Polydor 6
  KEEPMASTIK Original   Phlegmatic Dogs Night Bass 7
  TORTUGA Original The Cube Guys Cube Recordings 8
  FRIENDS Original Daniel Steinberg  Arms & Legs 9
  PARTY PEOPLE Original DJ Fopp & Luciano Gaggia Cruise Music 10
  BROKEN BARRIERS Tribute Miguel Migs Salted Music 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 CamelPhat  Relief 14
  NAIMA Original Mike Newman Bajeera Ice 15
  LIKE NO OTHER Original Club Mix MING Ft. Camille Trust  XXX 16
  TAKE ME Demarkus Lewis Deez Ugt Main Mix Soulstar Syndicate feat Dawn Tallman King Street Sounds 17
  DIE MY HAIR Endor Remix Alma Polydor 18
  STAND UP YA'LL  Original Will The Funkboss Springbok Records 19
  IT AIN'T WHATCHU GOT Original ATFC ATFC Music 20
           
           
GALLEON UPFRONT AFRO/LATIN/CARIBBEAN BUZZ CHART TRACK MIX ARTIST LABEL POSITION
  RUN UP   Major Lazer ft PartyNextDoor & Nicki Minaj  Warner 1
  SWEET LOVE   Wizkid XXX 2
  SHAPE OF YOU  Major Lazer / Galantis / Stormzy Remixes Ed Sheeran Warner 3
  THIS KIND LOVE   Patoranking XXX 4
  DISTANCE   Omarion XXX 5
  COLD   Maroon 5 ft Future    6
  FINE WINE Original / WSTRN Remix Yxng Bane ft Kojo Funds  XXX 7
  ROCKABYE   Clean Bandit ft Sean Paul & Anne-Marie  Warner 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    12
  LIKE A STAR   Fetty Wapp 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  XXX 18
  EVERYBODY KNOW   Beenie Man  XXX 19
  CHANCE   Sean Kingston & Vybz Kartel  XXX 20
           
           
GALLEON UPFRONT URBAN BUZZ CHART Track Mix Artist Label Position
  BAD & BOUJEE   Migos & Lil Uzi Vert  Warner 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 16
  IN MY FOREIGN    The Americanos ft Ty Dolla $ign, French Montana, Lil Yachty & Nicky Jam  XXX 17
  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
           
           
           
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