Independent music distribution company dominates digital charts

Electromode dominates the Apple Music Top 100: South Africa Charts! Electromode has done it again! Leading the Apple Music charts, the independent music distribution company has 4 releases in the top 5 of Apple Music’s Top 100: South Africa chart!

uThando by Soa Mattrix, Soulful G & Shaun101 is one of the releases that have been dominating these charts since its release; the song has been in the top 5 of Shazam, Deezer and Spotify charts for a number of weeks now and remains one of the most loved songs in South Africa at the moment.

Another track that has been widely well received is ‘Jazzidisciples (Zlele)’ by Reece Madlisa & Zuma ft. Mr JazziQ, Busta 929. This Amapiano/ Kwaito jam jumped straight on to the charts from the weekend of its release, came with an epic dance that went viral and has remained top-of-mind since then.

The Black is Brown stable have since released another EP ‘Maba Jabul’ Abantu’ which gave the streets yet another anthem ‘VSOP’ which has since joined the charts and is also currently sitting on number 4 on Apple music & 11 on Shazam charts!

Electromode has signed a number of new and upcoming artists over the last few months of 2020 (Including, Soulful G, Soa Mattrix, Reece Madlisa, Zuma, Mr JazziQ, Busta 929 and a lot more) and it is rewarding to see those new artists break into the industry by topping charts and making the most of their spotlight.

Electromode equally prides itself in the long-standing established artists who have also done amazing things for South African music, such as rapper Jub Jub. His remix for his multi-platinum hit, Ndikhokhele, featuring some of the biggest artists in South Africa, is charting number 1 across numerous platforms in its first week of release.

This incredible mix of old and new artists dominating the charts just proves the versality of Electromode’s prowess when it comes to the digital distribution space and creates so much hope for the future of South African music!

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