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  Reply # 2074953 17-Aug-2018 17:51
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In case anyone is interested in the weekly updated top 40 list in NZ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRS_PpOrUZ4&list=PLQ7xFcQsgX3yWy8dKAasXEoTYM_lKHkyi

 

 

 

They also do the top 20 and singles, etc...


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  Reply # 2075017 17-Aug-2018 20:14
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Coil:

As a younger one than most here, I used to like chart music back in school. Like everyone generally listened to it and then I started to find my own likings, for me it was Drum and Bass with some older rock and reggae. 
Heck, I have mates who still like that new popular Rap and so fourth. 

 
Like nothing wrong with Drake but you can see how his latest song is catchy like all his others. We may not like it but can see how it captures people.

But then the A$AP crew I can enjoy every song they have put out and its just what I like.




Where is the singing? I only heard chanting.

https://youtu.be/haZPPBJC8Ic

https://youtu.be/QQ5NplqmCrM


https://youtu.be/Vet6AHmq3_s

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