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What the iPod plays these days

Friday, June 6th, 2008

Sometimes you happen to come upon musical tracks which quite simply make you happy, leaving you tapping your foot to the beat. Sure, the contemporary superstars on the pop(ular) music stage will every so often produce hit singles which achieve such an effect, but when fairly unknown artists do so it is always a pleasant surprise.

The German artist Nneka has gotten my heart beating with her awesome track ”Heartbeat” and I sincerely hope she will stay at the Avenue Hotel next time she chooses to play in Denmark. It can best be described as R’n’B meeting Drum’n’bass and I just love it.

Go listen to it on YouTube

 

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