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DJ Mistertune (DJ Brewatune’s new handle) mixes up the best in world music from the Nokia Music Store. Featured in this weekend’s countdown is a Bollywood extravaganza, a classic from Kelly Clarkson, punk rock from Finland and a dance floor filler from the ever-popular dutch duo, Studio Killers.

All can be downloaded from the Nokia Music Store.


Ooh La La – Sheyra Ghoshal

Sheyra’s version of  The Dirty Picture hit is still going strong all over India and at the Nokia Music Store. Surely a great addition to your mobile collection.

Vidya Balan shines in the movie role as, er, a sexy Bollywood actress. So, she doesn’t have to act too hard, then. Anyway, enjoy the soundtrack and try and get to see the full-length movie which was a huge hit on the sub-continent.

Kelly Clarkson – Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill you)

Standing strong against the crowd comes a monster sound from former American Idol winner, Kelly Clarkson. Sitting high in the USA Billboard Hot 100, Stronger effortlessly drifts across genres in a sound spectrum between between Katy Perry and Linkin Park. So it drops well at about 11pm at my club night in Islington, North London. Girls love a good singalong to it.

The video features people of all shapes and sizes dancing across the US, simultaneously cutting shapes. This feel-good shortie is all about freedom of expression, whoever you are.


Haloo Helsinki! – Jos Mun Pokka Pettaa

The Punk gods gave birth to Haloo Helsinki, who land in the Finnish top 20 with their new single Jos Mun Pokka Pettaa or If I can’t hold my face. The words cry out about relationships in tatters. And Haloo Helsinki, playing loud and singing proud, are not a million miles from the Sex Pistols. They mix in nicely with any moody 1970’s melancholic hits.

One Direction – One Thing

No. 1 in the Philippines music chart is One Direction with One Thing. The boy band sound thrives there while other genres just cannot cut the mustard.

Riding a London bus through the streets of Westminster in the video, the boys drive the girls crazy along the way. The lads really know how to pull a crowd.

Studio Killers – Ode To The Bouncer

In the top 3 of the Dutch chart, they live up to their name by producing this killer track. And with the cracking animated video, the Studio Killers have taken comedy video to a new level. 

Electro beats combine with a thumping dance rhythm, and dropping this between Ministry of Sound classics, it goes down an absolute storm in any club. It’s easily mixed with the any baseline stormer.