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Thursday 11th February 2010

European smash Inna 'Hot' has topped this weeks Cool Cuts chart, thanks to brilliant support from Hyperactive DJs! The infectious vocal track somes with mixes from Malibu Breeze, Cahill, Riff & Rays, Daz Bailey, and the excellent original from Play & Win. Check out the track here:

Also making an impact on the chart is hot new talent, Ellie Goulding, who's new single 'Starry Eyed' goes top 5, Sidney Samson's excellent follow up to top 3 smash, 'Riverside, 'Shut Up & Let It Go', which enters the chart at #8, and the Chew Lips stunning track 'Karen', which comes with superb reworks from Analog People In A Digital World, Mark Otten, and rising DnB star, Netsky. This has been receiving early tastemaker support from Mark Knight, Armin, Tiefschwartz, Groove Armada, Axwell, and Maarten De Jong.

Posted by Mark Bowden