The 5 Biggest New Songs Of This Week (12th April 2014)
12 April 2014, 12:27
It's has been a week for new summer anthems including Gorgon City's latest offering 'I'm Here For You,' plus a Nelly remix you'll be hitting repeat on all season. These are the 5 biggest new songs of the week.
(Warning: Some of these song contains language that some people may find offensive.)
MNEK - 'Every Little Word'
MNEK has premiered the first single to be released off of his forthcoming debut album, which is expected to be released later this year. 'Every Little Word' has the classic 90's RnB feel that we're finding in recent big releases from the likes of Le Youth and Disclosure.
Nelly - 'Ride Wit Me (Viceroy Remix)'
Fourteen years may have passed since Nelly released his massive hit 'Ride Wit Me', but the track still sounds fresh in this new Viceroy remix. Released as part of the Jet Life series, the track brings some essential summer vibes to the track, which originally featured on Nelly's 'Country Grammar' album.
Future Feat. Kanye West - 'I Won'
Future and Kanye West have joined forces for a track dedicated to their 'trophies' aka their wives to be Ciara and Kim Kardashian. "I just wanna take you out and show you off/ you already know you're the perfect one/ girl when i'm with you feel like a champion/ ever since I been with you i feel like I won me a trophy" Future sings before 'Ye comes in for his verse on the track. The song is set to feature on Future's highly anticipated 'Honest' album.
Gorgon City Feat. Laura Welsh - 'I'm Here For You'
Gorgon City are the second of the two contributors to early 2014 hit 'Ready For Your Love' to make it on to our big 5 this week. If you were thinking of carrying that tune through to summer, you'll have to make room for something fresh from the North London producers.
Hardwell - 'Everybody Is In The Place'
Following the preview he dropped last week Hardwell has made available the full version of his latest original offering 'Everybody Is In The Place.' The track samples the Prodigy’s classic 1991 'Everybody In The Place,' and has come just in time to do the rounds at upcoming spring and summer festivals.