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    Beatport reveal their 10 most popular tracks of 2017


    If you thought 2017 would the year of anything other than Camelphat and Elderbrook, you’d be wrong.

    The UK producers and their collaboration ‘Cola’ have dominated basically every end of year dance list — including our own — and have even picked up a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording. They’ve now been named the most popular act of the year on online dance hub Beatport, with ‘Cola’ also nabbing the top spot for most popular track.

    Camelphat’s ‘Hangin Out With Charlie’ came in at #2 of the most popular tracks, with Alex Kenji’s ‘My Babe’ (Me & My Toothbrush Remix) rounding out the top three.

    Veteran players Dennis Cruz and Green Velvet come in at #2 and #3 in the artist rankings respectively, while the rest of the top ten sees familiar names like Patrice Baumel, Detlef and Riva Starr.

    Check out the full rankings below.

    Beatport most-played tracks 2017

    Most Popular Tracks of 2017

    1. Camelphat & Elderbrook – ‘Cola’
    2. Camelphat – ‘Hangin Out With Charlie’
    3. Alex Kenji – ‘My Babe’ (Me & My Toothbrush Remix)
    4. Dennis Cruz – ‘Mad’
    5. Green Velvet & Prok & Fitch – ‘Sheeple’
    6. Juliet Sikora & Return Of The Jaded – ‘Did You Take My Money’
    7. Pig & Dan – ‘Chemistry’
    8. George Kranz & Claptone – ‘The Drums’
    9. Josh Butler & Bontan – ‘Call You Back’
    10. Age Of Love – ‘The Age Of Love’

    Most Popular Artists of 2017

    1. Camelphat
    2. Dennis Cruz
    3. Green Velvet
    4. Patrice Baumel
    5. Detlef
    6. Enrico Sangiuliano
    7. Riva Starr
    8. Julian Jeweil
    9. Victor Ruiz
    10. Pig & Dan

    Photo via Green Velvet Facebook 

    The post Beatport reveal their 10 most popular tracks of 2017 appeared first on inthemix.


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