For more than 20 years is Knuffelrock guarantees the best pop music from only the biggest artists. 2 CDs long enjoy delicious romantic pop songs of world artists like Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Charlie Puth, Shawn Mendes, Justin Timberlake and many others. But notable newcomers not missing as Rag'N'Bone Man "Human" and James Arthur "Say You Won't Let Go". Knuffelrock 2017, again this year the ideal gift for the holidays.
A selection of lyrical music "Best Of Love Ballads Vol. 02" – heartfelt and sincere work, in which everyone will find their common ground. The album is well matched and You will want to listen to it several times. Definitely a highlight of the main leaders among the songs, perhaps, impossible, as all the songs are very different, but they have in common is an atmosphere of mutual feelings that are expressed in song lyrics.
The official music charts in Germany are gathered and published by the company Media Control GfK International on behalf of Bundesverband Musikindustrie (Federal Association of Phonographic Industry). Media Control GfK International is the provider of weekly Top-100 single/album, Compilation, Jazz Top-30, Classic Top-20, Schlager Longplay Top-20, Music-DVD Top-20 and the official-Dance (ODC) Top-50 charts.
2016 release. NOW That's What I Call Music! 57 features 16 major current hits from today's hottest artists including Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, Ellie Goulding, Selena Gomez, Flo Rida, The Weeknd, Alessia Cara, Taylor Swift, Daya, DNCE, Andy Grammer, Coldplay, X Ambassadors, Charlie Puth, and Thomas Rhett. NOW 57 also includes a new installment of NOW's enormously-popular "What's Next" developing artist initiative, debuting six free new music preview tracks from up-and-coming stars of tomorrow including The Young Wild, Ben Rector, The Score, Frankie, Transviolet, and Nicky Davey. Now That's What I Call Music is the most successful compilation album series in the history of recorded music. With over 96 million units of the series scanned to date in the US, and a variety of new genre extension, NOW numeric pop albums continue to debut among Billboard's top selling albums four times a year.