Mid-year chart; Bass Kleph Beatport’s highest selling track of 2010
Thu 29th Jul, 2010 Newsin
It was only a few days ago that we reported on Yolanda Be Cool vs DCUP doing big things on the global stage, securing the #1 spot on the UK singles chart. Now it’s time to spill the beans on another Australian artist proudly flying the Oz flag. Are you feeling all warm and fuzzy yet? We sure are.
Sydney DJ and producer Bass Kleph has been blazing a trail for a number of years now, and of late has really come into his own with the growing popularity of his Vacation Records stable and mix CD releases with Ministry of Sound (Underground 2010 and Clubbers Guide to 2009). Just announced, however, is that his remix of Shakedown by Joan Reyes – released on Spanish label Fresco Records – is so far leading the charge as the most downloaded track of 2010 on Beatport!
It’s an impressive statistic, especially when you take a look at the heavyweights he’s beaten out for the top spot on the mid-year chart. Deadmau5, Mark Knight, Cirez D, Tiesto & Diplo, Fatboy Slim, Joris Voorn, Axwell and many, many more… Special mention must also go to the aforementioned Yolanda Be Cool vs DCUP who are holding things down at the very respectable #6, as well as Dirty South sitting pretty at #21. Go Australia!