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GRR HOT 15 Ballerinas, Kanye West and club rhythm

27 November 2010 / 13:11:52  GRReporter
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Plamena Parteniotis

 

Hello, music lovers.

In this November Friday our GRR HOT 15 is more than diverse and rhythmic. In a windy and gloomy weather like the one outside we might need some exercise and dance and therefore our chart, once again enchants us with music which is perfect for exactly this.

At the first place again we are welcomed by the melodic Tri O Five, who embrace us with their Nowhere to Go. The second position also remains unchanged. From there we can enjoy again the beautiful and provocative song Invisible by Grafa who recently surprises us with quite a changed image and sound. At number three this week stands the always crazy and different Pink. Her song Raise Your Glass has been in our chart for only a few weeks and it has already managed to reach the bronze medal.

Falling down by one place as compared to the previous seven days, Mihalis Hatzigiannis stands in number four. The charming singer is only one position ahead of his colleague Nicko, who continues to make us happy with his clubbing hit Last Summer. Sixth place this week, on the other hand has been given to the beautiful Katy Perry. Her positive track Firework managed quite quickly to win your hearts and scored another great jump up in GRR HOT 15. Next to it under the lucky number seven we see another very classy lady. Tamta and her song Fotia are just one step ahead of the Greek band Melisses and their Epikindina Filia.

Ninth place this week is occupied by the r&b princess Rihanna. Her song Only Girl (In The World) makes another small step forward, and finally crossed the doorstep of the top ten. And at the foot of the top ten awaits for us one of the new proposals from last week. The beat Power by Miro made strong requests to become your favorite and maybe that’s why it is already at the number ten. Just in his footsteps is following the cute members of the band Black Eyed Peas, who are cheerfully singing to us their Time of my life.

To number twelve in our chart this week fell the Greek song Parafora of the charming Sakis Rouvas. The song never managed to make you dance and here it is slowly heading towards th lower positions. The Greek star is right in front of the fatal thirteenth place. And there you ranked one of the strongest summer hits - the song We No Speak Americano of Yolanda Be Cool Vrs DCup.

This brings us to moment for the new proposals. And this week they are two, and quite different from one another. At number fourteen makes his debut the controversial Kanye West. The U.S. performer, who acquired rather negative fame after a scandal at the Grammy Awards two years ago is now making strong requests to bring back his good image. Thus to our attention he now presents a brand new album with really impressive guest vocals and diverse melodies. The first single from the album is Runaway, which fascinates us with a really beautiful video, so full of the recently popular classical ballerinas and expects your votes. After him at number fifteen we find one of the freshest dance hit offers for recent weeks. 15. Far East Movement caused a furore with their song Like A G6 on the stages of the club. That is why naturally the song appears in our chart as well, ready to make you dance with its quality rhythm and catchy chorus.

And while listening together to the tunes together and making the changes in our chart, it came the time to say goodbye. Of course, only for a week. When we’ll be together again to sing and dance with our favorite GRR HOT 15.

 

See you next week!

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