A look at the latest entrants to the charts
The lead single from their latest album, V, this one sees Maroon 5 move farther away from their signature funky sound we fell in love. An upbeat pop rock number with a dark theme, it may not be in keeping with their original sound, but it sure is catchy.
Currently at spot 31, and on the charts for just two weeks, this one showcases Ariana Grandea��s strong vocals that blend seamlessly with German producer, Zedda��s zippy music. A great club track.
Having won the X Factor UK two years ago, Ella Henderson releases her debut single that is part retro, part folk and part contemporary. Brooding and soulful, ita��s her distinctly sultry voice that steals the show.
Dutch hip-hop artiste Mr Probz teams up with German DJ Robin Schulz for this slightly heavy, moody dance anthem that has been on the charts for just one week.
Positioning themselves as a a�?non-popa�� band, the 1975, in their self-titled album, sing about their experiences growing up. In this one, that has been on the charts for twoA� weeks, the band takes inspiration from theA� likes of Prince and Kiss for a breezy tune.
Lead singer Sydnee Sierotaa��s wispy vocals sing about fitting in with the a�?cool kidsa�� in this composition by the South California band, Echosmith, whose members happen to be siblings. At number 40, and on for one week, it sure is expected to rise up rapidly.
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