HipHopMagz Dance Chart Upstarts: D-Sol, aka Goldman Sachs COO David Solomon, Surges With First Original Release


Billboard Dance appears at what’s rising on the dance charts, together with Front Line Assembly and RL Grime & graves.

D-Sol feat. Katt Rockell, "Feel Alive"

New York City-based DJ D-Sol, aka Goldman Sachs COO David Solomon, soars to a career-best Billboard chart place, rising 39-33 on the Feb. 23-dated Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart with "Feel Alive," that includes singer Katt Rockell. Released on Payback Records, the follow-up to his inaugural hit, his cowl of Fleetwood Mac's "Don't Stop" (No. 39, July), is D-Sol's first unique launch. It's additionally Rockell's first Billboard chart entry. "Feel" finds airplay on a number of core-dance associates, led by Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel, WCPY Chicago and SiriusXM's BPM, in response to Nielsen Music.

"I like seeing individuals benefit from the observe and I'm grateful to the artists and companions who made it doable," D-Sol tells Billboard. Thank you to Morgan Page, Dzeko, LA Riots and Speaker of the House for lending their abilities to the remix; to all of the radio programmers who supported the observe; and, in the end, Payback Records' bigger mission. All the proceeds from 'Feel Alive' and future Payback releases go on to non-profit organizations serving to people and households fighting opioid habit. The epidemic reaches all corners of society, killing near 150 Americans every single day. With the help of Atlantic Records and Big Beat, Payback Records is making an attempt to do our small half."

Front Line Assembly, Wake Up the Coma

Vancouver-based industrial act Front Line Assembly earns its highest place but on Dance/Electronic Album Sales, as Wake Up the Coma debuts at No. 2 (1,000 copies bought, in response to Nielsen Music). Front Line Assembly first charted with Artificial Soldier (No. 19, July 2006) and first hit the highest 10 final July, with Warmech (No. 7). Wake is the act's fifth charted title and sports activities a compelling cowl of Falco's 1986 three-week Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 "Rock Me Amadeus."

RL Grime & graves, "Arcus"

Los Angeles-based producer RL Grime (actual title: Henry Steinway), teaming with Hawaiian producer graves, grabs a No. 49 debut on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Arcus." The sixth entry for Grimes and the primary for graves drew 418,000 U.S. streams and bought 1,000 downloads within the monitoring interval. Graves' Far From Here Tour continues by April.