At the end of November the time has come again, according to the tradition, the Hitzone annual review appears, 538 Hitzone - Best Of 2018. A double CD with only the biggest hits of 2018. This musical year has again yielded a large number of stars such as Marshmello, XXXtentacion and Post Malone who finally broke through. But also established names such as Calvin Harris, Shawn Mendes, David Guetta, Ariana Grande and Martin Garrix continued to blast the charts in the past year. Most present artists were again this year Ronnie Flex and Dua Lipa who last year with their own singles and i.s.m. with others in the top 100 have stood. All these bangers completed with the most recent hits can be found on the 2CD, 538 Hitzone - Best Of 2018.
Before the Bravo jubilee year comes to an end, a final highlight on the chart sky is sparkling again. The greatest hits of 2018 and current chart-toppers make Bravo The Hits 2018 a sparkling listening experience. These stars with their hits of the year are just Perfect: Ed Sheeran, Dynoro, Calvin Harris, Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato, Namika, Olexesh, Bausa or Marshmello feat. Annemarie. More hits can not be found on any other compilation. Better then, Better Now thanks to Post Malone, David Guetta; Jonas Blue, Felix Jaehn and many other Superstars who have made quite cool 2018 for musical highlights. The best comes last - as always - and the last one is the light: Bravo The Hits 2018.
NRJ Winter Hits 2018. N°1 of winter compilations, the brand NRJ is synonymous with success! With: Calvin Harris, Michael Jackson, Camilla Cabello, P! Nk, Kyo, Sia, Louane, Amir, Charlie Puth, Ofenback, Rag'n'Bone Man, Shakira, Robin Schulz, Orelsan, Black M, Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5, etc.
Guitarist Skopelitis' dustpan approach to world music sweeps various ethnic instrumental grit and grime into the whirling blades of co-producer Bill Laswell's shop-vac. Contributing to the unholy mess are Foday Musa Suso on kora, oudist/violinist Simon Shaheen, gospel organist Amina Claudine Myers, percussionists Zakir Hussain, Aiyb Dieng and Guilherme Franco, drummer Jaki Liebezeit, bassists Bill Laswell and Jah Wobble, and, consistently providing the most bracing moments, Bachir Attar (leader of the Master Musicians of Jajouka) raising hell on the plague-of-locusts vernacular oboe, the rhaita. When Ekstasis's free-floating anxiety is at its peak, it could almost be the disc that Can fans have been waiting for since Ege Bamyasi.