DUBLIN, July 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Leading music video site MUZU.tv has announced the tracks they think will storm into the Official Top 40 this Sunday. The artists they believe to be the ones to watch this week are leading British rapper Chipmunk and teen favourites The Wanted.
Chipmunk's latest release, featuring American artist Trey Songz and producer H-Money, is taken from his massive selling second album 'Transition', which went straight into the album charts at number 10. 'Take Off' showcases Chipmunk's maturing style, the rapper said '[the album] kinda represents the growth in me as a person since my last album, so the sound has matured as well as I have'.
MUZU.tv has also been championing The Wanted since their debut single 'All Time Low' topped the charts last year. Since then, the band have been signed to Universal and had 3 more top 5 singles, yet they still found time to give MUZU.tv an exclusive live performance of 'Glad You Came', which can be seen here.
Rob Sharp of MUZU.tv said 'Nobody can deny both artists are soaring in popularity and both tracks have the potential to enter highly this week. Who will hit number one however is anyone's guess, we can't wait to find out who will win the race!'.
MUZU.tv's unrivalled collection of music videos contains new releases and classic tracks, plus backstage videos and exclusive content. MUZU.tv is dedicated to supporting the artists that appear on their site by offering a revenue sharing scheme.
To view this week's new releases, plus exclusive content from a variety of artists please visit MUZU.tv.
Muzu.tv is a leading music video site that allows users to watch, build and share playlists created from the largest, legal collection of music videos, documentaries, interviews, TV shows and behind the scenes footage available on the web. Muzu.tv also offers the bands and artists featured on the site the opportunity to earn money through an advertising revenue share.
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