12 September 2016

Westbury In The Charts

This summer the Westbury’s writers have steadily infiltrated day time radio playlist through a selection of features, covers and samples.

Earlier in the year Kanye West released his 7th album 'The Life of Pablo' to critical acclaim, the lead single Famous features Rhianna and Swizz Beats. The Kanye produced track samples the chorus of Sister Nancy’s classic Bam Bam produced by the late Winston Riley. Famous has been heavily supported across UK radio reaching number 23 on the UK charts. In July the internet was set alight by the song’s controversial video, inspired by Vincent Desiderio painting “Sleep” it featured wax figures of celebrities including Kanye, Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift and Donald Trump, sharing a bed together asleep. If you missed the video you can see it here

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Jax Jones the Producer who brought you “I Got U” with Duke Dumont is back with a huge single which has the potential to be a smash hit in the clubs and on airwaves. Jax has teamed up Westbury’s Chicago house pioneer Mike Dunn on vocals and future soul star MNEK to bring you “House Work”. This track oozes the infections baselines and memorable catchy vocals “I call it House work, because it’s light work” leaving it stuck in your head all day.

Rising British Pop/R&B trio M.O (not to be confused with Danish singer/songwriter MØ) with their track “Who Do You Think Of ?” receiving steady rotation on all commercial radio stations in the UK.  The infectious slice of pop cleverly uses Bascom X’s 2004 dancehall hit Lonely Girl for the chorus, with a fusion of tropical house and dancehall.  Currently the track has resided on the charts for 12 weeks reaching its peak at 18 last month while clocking up an impressive 16 million plays on Spotify and almost 4 million YouTube hits; we hope it replicates this success in other territories.

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Sharon Brown Adams delivers an excellent vocal performance on a newly created version of the timeless classic 'We Got The Funk'. Layered with live horns, guitars, and keyboards, 'We Got The Funk' is certain to meet the needs of dancefloors across the globe. Whether you are old enough to remember the original or the first time hearing the song, you will surely enjoy each and every one of these incredible mixes. DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins' Extended Mix gives it that edge of soulful house in a Quantize Records style.

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