N1M Charts

N1M Charts
Week 14, 2021

Now showing the United States charts for all genres. Change chart or genre?

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  • 1
    DROWN OUT THE NOISE - Nash Kelly
    Hip Hop / Rap
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    Heavy yet Smooth

    Cat got bars and raps. Fresh on that new vibe but this kid is truly an artist. Good eat to create a ... more Cat got bars and raps. Fresh on that new vibe but this kid is truly an artist. Good eat to create a quality song which is not easy to create. I can hear this in heavy rotation just as much as the much and tracks I’m hearing right now. Solid bass-heavy beat, good hook and smooth flow. The intro was real dope, mad catchy and most importantly hilarious. Can listen to this again and wouldn’t be mad at it less

  • 2
    Morning Song - Brian Derek
    Jazz
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    Sundance - Brian Derek
    Jazz
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  • 4
    No More Mayhem - Brian Derek
    Jazz
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    New Wave - Todd Jedinak
    Instrumental / Progressive Rock
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    Signature review:

    upbeats and syncopation

    New Wave by Todd Jedinak starts with a hypnotic introduction. It appears the tempo is the same rate ... more New Wave by Todd Jedinak starts with a hypnotic introduction. It appears the tempo is the same rate as the delay time on the signal processing. Nice; it gets the listener involved instantly. The rhythm track is also exceptional, and more than just the beat, with lots of upbeats and syncopation. There is improvising everywhere, yet it always fits perfectly; and maybe was written that way. This music builds as it goes along, with dynamics and more complicated parts for the instruments. Once the synth gets strong, New Wave really starts to cook. The drums are improvising a bit more but the tempo stays solid. If you listen a few times you can start to feel what the artist has to say; and Todd says it very well. I’m already looking for more music from Todd Jedinak. less

  • 6
    Summer Bass Song for quintet - Brian Derek
    Jazz
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  • 7
    Gatu Samba - Brian Derek
    Jazz
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  • 8
    DAVID RUFFIN (SNIPPET) - Prince Kenji STM
    Pop / World
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    Strap On In - Brian Derek
    Jazz
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  • 10
    DeepOffNUrLov - UHearKBProductions
    R&B / Hip Hop / Funk
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