European Border Breakers Chart 22 September 2017

A new edition of the European Border Breakers Chart is online. I’ll talk to you about the Top 100 in a bit, but perhaps the most interesting entry in this week’s charts can be found at #10 in the Tips By Country section. There you’ll find arguably the very first chart hit of a song completely composed via artificial intelligence. How do you like Daddy’s Car by Flow Machines? It is written with algorithms that should make it sound like a song by The Beatles (pictured). Did they succeed? Listen and make up your own mind!

This week’s Top 100 counts 16 entries, half of which are completely fresh: Niall Horan – Too Much To Ask (#11), Alan Walker – The Spectre (#52), Soleima – Paper (#85), Faire – Marie Louise (#86), Girli – Hot Mess (#91), E. Mak feat. Big Zeeks – Yo (#92), Pale Waves – Television Romance (#94) and Paper James – Eiland (#97).

For the complete Top 100, click the ‘EBBChart’ tab in the top menu of this blog (loading of the PDF may take a little while). For more charts (like the Tips, ranking the tracks that are on their way to the Top 100), please visit www.europeanborderbreakerschart.eu.

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