Kelly Rowland’s “Down For Whatever” gets a shot of adrenaline courtesy of the King of Dirty Dutch – Chuckie. Fresh off the release of “Who Is Ready To Jump,” Chuckie has been classified as one of the pioneers of new age club music. His live sets regularly consist of a nice blend of hip hop and pop bootlegs along with his normal Dutch oriented tunes. More recently, Chuckie has remixed Sarvi’s “Amore” which gives off the same sort of vibe as “Down For Whatever.” This one should do well at the box office due to its release on Motown Records.
Our top 50 continues with track’s 31-40. These tunes just get tougher to pick as we go deeper into the rankings..however as usual Dancing Astronaut never fails. We would love to hear your comments and thoughts about where songs should go in the top 50 and why you think that way. Make sure to check out 41-50 too.
Absolutely massive production from David Guetta. Stunning vocals from Kelly Rowland and a huge build up. This is David Guetta’s self proclaimed best sounding track. Skip to about 3:09 to catch the amazing vocals and 4:03 to catch the sensational drop. If this is not in everyone’s playlist you must go to your nearest otolaryngologist to make sure your ears are still attached to your head. Maybe Chuckie will drop his remix of this song at EDC this year…can’t wait!
It’s great when one of the world’s best DJ’s from France can get together with an American R&B singer to make music. When Love Takes Over has truly become an international hit. Mixing genres is a no-brainer these days because it allows you to tap multiple audience types instead of just one.
Check David and Kelly out behind the scenes of the music video: