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My weekly playlist features five tracks I predict will be future hit singles in the UK.

Tracklisting:

  • Niall Horan – Slow Hands
  • Kygo ft. Ellie Goulding – First Time
  • French Montana ft. Swae Lee – Unforgettable
  • Jonas Blue ft. William Singe – Mama
  • Charlie Puth – Attention

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My weekly playlist features five tracks I predict will be future hit singles.

Tracklisting:

  • Ariana Grande – Focus
  • Martin Solveig ft. Sam White – +1
  • Charlie Puth – One Call Away
  • Pia Mia – Touch
  • Fall Out Boy ft. Demi Lovato – Irresistible

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This week’s playlist features five future hit singles by established artists coming together to attack the charts.

Tracklisting:

  • Sigma ft. Ella Henderson – Glitterball
  • Disclosure ft. Gregory Porter – Holding On
  • Charlie Puth ft. Meghan Trainor – Marvin Gaye
  • Natalie La Rose ft. Fetty Wap – All Around The World
  • Major Lazer ft. Ellie Goulding & Tarrus Riley – Powerful

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It seemed like Charlie Puth (pronounced “Pooth”) came from nowhere to hit no.1 with his Wiz Khalifa collaboration See You Again, from the Furious 7 soundtrack, but in fact he’s been hanging around the edges of the music industry for years. He began posting covers on YouTube in 2009, and signed to Ellen Degeneres’ label eleventeen in 2011. No official singles were released under that deal, and he focused on producing and writing for other artists and YouTube stars. When he wrote the hook to See You Again, he was signed by Atlantic to release that track and his own solo material. Charlie is hoping to capitalise on the success of See You Again with his debut single, though he’s brought in another collaborator to improve his chances, Meghan Trainor. Their duet, Marvin Gaye, is a schmaltzy 60s-inspired love song with cringey lyrics (and let’s not even acknowledge the eyebrows), but that may not hold it back. It’s currently no.5 in the UK Shazam chart, and has already been a top five hit in Australia and no.1 in New Zealand.