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

Tracklisting:

  • David Guetta ft. Justin Bieber – 2U
  • MoStack ft. Mist – Screw & Brew
  • Hailee Steinfeld – Most Girls
  • Little Mix ft. Stormzy – Power
  • Sigala ft. Ella Eyre – Came Here For Love

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

Tracklisting:
  • Sigala x Digital Farm Animals – Only One
  • Alok & Bruno Martini ft. Zeeba – Hear Me Now
  • Calum Scott – Rhythm Inside
  • Adele – Water Under the Bridge
  • Petit Biscuit – Sunset Lover

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

Tracklisting:

  • Sia ft. Kendrick Lamar – The Greatest
  • Lady Gaga – Perfect Illusion
  • Craig David & Sigala – Ain’t Giving Up
  • Nick Jonas ft. Ty Dolla $ign – Bacon
  • Wilkinson ft. Karen Harding – Sweet Lies

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

Tracklisting:

  • Sigala ft. John Newman & Nile Rodgers – Give Me Your Love
  • Benny Benassi & Chris Brown – Paradise
  • LuvBug – Best Is Yet To Come
  • Kygo ft. Kodaline – Raging
  • Desiigner – Panda

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

Tracklisting:

  • Tiësto & Oliver Heldens ft. Natalie La Rose – The Right Song
  • Sigala ft. Imani & DJ Fresh – Say You Do
  • Netsky ft. Digital Farm Animals – Work It Out
  • Fleur East – More and More
  • Kid Ink ft. Fetty Wap – Promise

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

Tracklisting:

  • Sigala – Sweet Lovin’
  • Justin Bieber – Sorry
  • Fleur East – Sax
  • Format:B – Chunky
  • John Newman ft. Charlie Wilson – Tiring Game

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This week’s playlist features five future hit singles by artists I’ve featured here as Future Stars.

Tracklisting:

  • Sigala – Easy Love
  • 5 Seconds Of Summer – She’s Kinda Hot
  • Jack Garratt – Weathered
  • Meghan Trainor ft. John Legend – Like I’m Gonna Lose You
  • DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge – You Know You Like It

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London electro producer Sigala caught my attention when I heard Easy Love, his remix of ABC by The Jackson 5, on Radio 1 last week. Like many others, I frantically grabbed my phone, and the track trended worldwide on Shazam. Not only is ABC my favourite Jackson 5 song, but I also love the super-cheesy (and probably considered sacrilegious) cover by American Juniors, the US version of S Club Juniors. I liked how American Juniors made an already cute and childish song even more exuberant, and Easy Love has the same uplifting effect. It’s part of a trend I’m calling “Kygoing” i.e. remixing a song in the style of Kygo. Kygoing makes anything sound like a summer beach party, and Easy Love is an undeniable hit… though I suspect my enthusiasm may have declined a bit by its September release date.