Janelle Monae I ATL/WMA

"Make Me Feel" is a song recorded by American singer and songwriter Janelle Monáe, released on February 22, 2018 as the lead single from her third studio album, Dirty Computer. A departure from her longtime songwriting-production team of Nathaniel Irvin III and Roman GianArthur Irvin, Monáe co-wrote the song with Julia Michaels, Mattias Larsson, Robin Fredriksson and Justin Tranter. Lyrically, the song includes themes of bisexuality. Several critics compared it to the work of Prince, while Monáe herself has stated the musician helped create sounds for the album, including for "Make Me Feel. "Make Me Feel" after a slow start airplay has picked up, So In its Second week on the chart, moving up from  #86 to #45, making a move of 41 places, which makes it, This Week's Power Hit.
After teasing fans with an ‘80s-inspired “emotion picture” trailer for her upcoming album Dirty Computers, Janelle Monáe dropped two singles on Thursday, “Django Jane” and “Make Me Feel,” both of which were accompanied by full-length videos. In the more upbeat offering, “Make Me Feel,” the video for which stars budding actress Tessa Thompson, Monáe flaunts her sexually fluid side. The single is a high-energy funk song with some reverent similarities to Prince’s “Kiss,” who appeared on Monáe’s 2013 album The Electric Lady. With this bouncy single, Monáe taps into her unique soul-pop sound to deliver a song reminiscent of past tracks such as “Q.U.E.E.N” and “Dance Apocalyptic.” In short, much like on “Yoga,” her 2015 one-off collaboration with Jidenna, Monáe successfully expresses her sexual desires while still providing the singularly quirky sound her fans expect.
Janelle Monáe has never been one to shy away from embracing her sexuality. From supporting the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements to confronting countless sexual orientation rumors head on, Monáe has been an advocate for sex positivity, and “Make Me Feel” falls right in line with the singer’s progressive style. In between rhythmic dance moves and a slew of colorful outfit changes, Monáe delivers a confident statement: “It’s like I’m powerful with a little bit of tender / An emotional, sexual bender…”
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Camilla Cabello spends second week at #1 with Never Be The Same & is the second #1 single from her album Camila, which current sits at #25 on the Aria albums charts, Rudimental reaches another peak of #2 up from #4 with These Days featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen, just can't waiting Rudimentals up & coming new album due later in 2018, at #3 up from #6 is Liam Payne & Rita Ora with For You, from the Fifty Shades Freed and is only Liam Payne's second Top 5 Single, at #4 down from #2 is Psycho from Post Malone featuring Ty Dolla $ign and equals I Fall Apart, which also peaked at #2 on the Airplay Chart and is featured on his upcoming album Beerbongs & Bentley and at #5 down from #3 is Bruno Mars is Finesse (Remix) also features the Vocals of Cardi B, the original is on his Platinum album 24K Magic.

Dropping from #5 to #6 is Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line with Meant  To Be, which has become the most played song on radio for Breakfast, bearly 200 spins more than, it's neariest rival. The Middle by Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey continues to same steady at #7, Vance Joy With We're Going Home move's from #9 to #8 and is second single to be lifted from his album Nation Of Two, next Eminem featuring Ed Sheeran with River, move back into the Top 10 for a third time, moving from #11 to #9 & is featured on eminem's album Revival, which is #23 on the album charts & lastly Dua Lipa jumps back into the Top 10 with IDGAF moving from #12 to #10 and is the fifth Official single from her self Titled album & only the third to reached the Top 10 in Australia.
Logic & Marchmello I UMA

"Everyday" is a song recorded by American rapper Logic and music producer Marshmello. It was written by Logic and Marshmello, the latter of whom co-produced the song with 6ix. It was released through Def Jam Recordings on March 2, 2018, following Logic's 2018 singles "44 More" and "Overnight". Lyrically, Logic discusses his relentless work ethic and his motivators. "Everyday" is This week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #49.

With logic releasing the singles “44 More” and “Overnight”, he proceeds by releasing his third single in 2 weeks. “Everyday” stands out, for good and for bad.

Bringing along Marshmello is something not expected from a rapper known for bars, but even with an EDM backdrop, Logic finds a way to shine. While some die hard Logic fans may not be fond of this song’s style, it is clear that Logic has evolved and has now set his aim on mainstream success.
The song begins with synth stabs very reminiscent of Marshmello’s unique style, one that only he is known for. Throughout this song Logic mostly avoids fast paced lyrics, and instead aims to show his melodic side. Relying very slightly on auto-tune, logic creates a vocal melody that can be danced to immediately. With quick lyrical bursts at the end of each of his verses, his face paced raps show up for a mere 30 seconds of this almost three and a half minute song. Marshmello’s dancy drum beat, rises, and pop melody help lift this song to a new level.

While singing isn’t Logics most notable Forte, he proves that his voice is definitely worthy of everyone’s playlist no matter the style in which it is used!
Australian Music Report
Dean Lewis | UMA
1 We're Going Home
Vance Joy | MUSHROOM
2 Think About You
Delta Goodrem | SME
3 Want You Back
5 Seconds Of Summer | EMI

4 Go Bang
5 Dancing
Kylie Minogue | MUSHROOM

6 My My My!
Troye Sivan | EMI
7 Coming Home
Sheppard | CHUGG/MGM
8 Let Me Down Easy
Gang Of Youths | SME

9 Futon Couch
Missy Higgins | ELE/EMI

10 Parallel Line
Keith Urban | CAP/EMI
1 Top Off
DJ Khaled ft. JAY-Z, Future & Beyonce | EPIC/SME
2 Stuck In Orbit
What So Not ft. BUOY | SWEAT
3 Further Than The Planes Fly
Eves Karydas | DEW/UMA
4 Ritalin
Ruby Fields | IND
5 Don't You Know I'm In A Band
Confidence Man | IND
Kwame | IND
7 Tell Them Where To Go
Cable Ties | IND
8 Hey Heartbreaker
Dream Wife | POD/INERTIA
9 Get Out
Chvrches | MUSHROOM
10 Confidence
Ocean Alley | IND
Power Hit
Hot Debut
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Gimme A Break
Nicole Millar

Heartbeats (Remix)
Pete Murray

Nothing To Regret


G-Eazy feat. Charlie Puth

Forever I'm Ready

Fire In Me
John Newman

Hayley Kiyoko

Hurt To Look
Swae Lee feat. Rae Sremmurd

Duke Dumont feat. Ebenezer