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Lubo reminds us that life is beautiful

21 January 2011 / 20:01:42  GRReporter
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Hello, music fans,

As usual, our favourite GRR HOT 15 is more than surprising, different and rhythmic. There are numerous changes and shifts in our chart this week. Some songs have seriously climbed up and others surprisingly have fallen down to lower positions. We have even a new number one.

The first place in this week's edition of our chart you deservedly gave the eternal King of Pop Michael Jackson, who although gone, bequeathed us a magnificent music full of rhythm and good lyrics. So, it is not a surprise that his song Hold My Hand won you and your votes, of course. The rap guru Kanye West who successfully cleaned his tainted name with his new album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy returns to the second step. So, the diva of the Greek pop music Anna Vissi, who was your favourite last week, is number three now.

The fourth position remains unchanged from the last week and you entrusted it again to Grafa and his total hit Nevidim which successfully continues to take on different charts. Maria Ilieva’s I Like managed to attract your attention and makes a huge jump up to the fifth place that week in a row. Thus, the Bulgarian diva leaves behind the house hit Barbara Streisand of Duck Sauce on number six. The seventh place – some say it’s lucky – this week is for the last week’s new proposal What's My Name of Rihanna. The R&B princess that offered once again a promising single of catchy chorus, which, judging by your votes, quite rapidly has found its place in the daily playlist of music fans.  

Mixalis Xatzigiannis is our next record-holder in the high jump with his single To Kalitero Psema which greets us from the eighth step. So, the charming singer took the place of the British Coldplay and their festive single Christmas Lights. At the foot of the GRR HOT 15 top ten we find the funny and crazy Pink, which really made a triumphant return to the music stage with the song Raise Your Glass.  

The other last week’s new proposal by Cee Loo climbs up to number eleven. You obviously like the swing, funk and light R&B mix in the single It's OK. So, slowly but steadily it goes up four places. This automatically shifts the other songs, including the pop quartet Black Eyed Peas and their song Time of My Life. The fatal thirteenth place goes to the soul band Tri O Five and their Nowhere To Go. Maybe this really promising Bulgarian group will surprise us soon again? At the foot of our chart we find the funny Far East Movement. Their Like A G6 is still a club hit but now it is losing its position in our chart.

A Bulgarian performer noted serious comeback on the music stage recently. Lubo, known as the most successful vocal of the band Te made a brand new single a few days ago and video to it accordingly. The song is a breath of fresh air with a light touch of house and carries an equally positive title Life Is Beutiful. We have one week to see whether the Bulgarian singer with the velvet timbre will be able to infect you with his positivism.

I am wishing you a gorgeous weekend and a really colorful week Until then.

Tags: Nine musesMusicGRRHot 15 Anna Vissi Michael Jackson Maria Ilieva
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