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.
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.
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.