Shoot Music’s Stadium Music Chart – 21/01/22

Welcome back to our weekly Stadium Music Chart, representing the most popular new releases playing out across the nation’s Football Grounds and Sport Stadiums, compiled using official Shoot Music DJ download data. As this is the first chart of 2022, we welcome a plethora of new releases, alongside a handful of tracks that have been present since before the festive period! We’re so excited to be backing bringing you the hottest tracks in stadiums around the world.

STADIUM MUSIC CHART STANDINGS

  1. (-) MUSEWon’t Stand Down (1 Week)
  2. (-) TEARS FOR FEARSBreak The Man (1 Week)
  3. (-) ELBOWWhat Am I Without You (5 Weeks)
  4. (-) BLOC PARTYTraps (6 Weeks)
  5. (-) ALT-JHard Drive Gold (1 Week)
  6. (-) ALESSO x KATY PERRYWhen I’m Gone (1 Week)
  7. (-) MILES KANENothing’s Ever Gonna Be Good Enough (7 Weeks)
  8. (-) THE SHERLOCKSSorry (1 Week)
  9. (-) JOHN NEWMANWaiting For A Lifetime (1 Week)
  10. (-) YEARS & YEARS x GALANTISSweet Talker (6 Weeks)
  11. (-) RICHARD ASHCROFT – C’mon People (We’re Making It Now) (1 Week)
  12. (-) THE SNUTSBurn The Empire (7 Weeks)
  13. (-) JAMIE WEBSTERNorth End Kid (5 Weeks)
  14. (-) BELTERS ONLYMake Me Feel Good (1 Week)
  15. (-) JOHNNY MARRNight and Day (1 Week)
  16. (-) SEA POWERFolly (5 Weeks)
  17. (-) SEA POWERGreen Goddess (1 Week)
  18. (-) GUNBetter Days 2021 (1 Week)
  19. (-) ALABAMA 3The Lord Stepped In (1 Week)
  20. (-) WHITE LIESAm I Really Going To Die (1 Week)

Top Four

Leading the way as we venture into 2022, Muse are set to dominate the world of stadium music for weeks to come with their brand new killer single, ‘Won’t Stand Down‘. In typical Muse fashion, the two-time GRAMMY Award-winners supply us with this arena-ready anthem of controlled chaos, featuring heavy guitars and industrial-like distortions amplifying Matt Bellamy’s striking lyrics about taking one’s power back. It’s perfect ammunition for our DJs to entertain their crowds of thousands.

Lead singer Matt Bellamy says, “‘Won’t Stand Down’ is a song about standing your ground against bullies, whether that be on the playground, at work or anywhere. Protecting yourself from coercion and sociopathic manipulation and to face adversity with strength, confidence and aggression.”

The trio have had an immediate response from DJs working in a variety of different sport settings. From Liverpool & Sheffield Wednesday, to London Irish RFC, and even the German National Football Team (just in time for the internationals around the corner).

Listen to the full Top 20 Stadium Music Chart through our Spotify Stadium Chart Playlist:

Mid-Table

While 2022 has brought us many a new release, a main talking point at mid-table would have to be Richard Ashcroft‘s brand new collaboration with the one and only Liam Gallagher. The two legendary frontmen arrive in the top 20 with the Don’t Stop Now Mix of their track ‘C’mon People (We’re Making it Now)‘.

While the version that featured on Richard’s acoustic album captured the imagination of fans, the new Don’t Stop Now mix sees the song reach its full potential, after Richard returned to the studio to work his magic.

This version is supported by an exuberant, full band wall-of-sound, with Richard and Liam delivering their performances in a typically iconic and charismatic style, clearly relishing the opportunity to collaborate on a song that they both cite as a personal favourite. It’s no surprise Liverpool, West Brom & Ipswich Town have all latched onto this one straight off the bat.

Best Of The Rest

Among the rest, we see a number of artists standing strong, keeping their places in the chart post-Christmas. Joining them is a new entry in legendary guitarist Johnny Marr, who is no stranger to the Stadium Music Chart. He makes a return with ‘Night and Day‘, the brand new single taken from the ‘Fever Dreams Pt 3’ EP – the third quarter of forthcoming double album ‘Fever Dreams Pts 1-4’, due February 25th via BMG.

Featuring backing vocals and bass from Primal Scream’s Simone Marie, ‘Night and Day‘ encapsulates the confusion, the torpor and the entropy of the way we’ve all been living.

Speaking about the new single, Johnny said: “I need songs after all the news, news, news. It gets too real in the hotspots.

Notable Entries

– WHITE LIES – ‘Am I Really Going To Die’

– ALABAMA 3 – ‘The Lord Stepped In’

– GUN – ‘Better Days 2021′

– SEA POWER – ‘Green Goddess’

– BELTERS ONLY – ‘Make Me Feel Good’

– JOHN NEWMAN – ‘Waiting For A Lifetime’

– THE SHERLOCKS – ‘Sorry’

– ALESSO x KATY PERRY – ‘When I’m Gone’

– ALT-J – ‘Hard Drive Gold’

– TEARS FOR FEARS – ‘Break The Man’

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CHART T&C’S: This chart is compiled using Shoot Music UK Sport Stadium DJ official download data. Digital track downloads by DJ’s are counted every Thursday, with chart positions updated and published every Friday. Shoot Music provide a wide selection of new music from artists of all backgrounds, styles & genres. Shoot Music new release downloads are considered for a duration of 2 months only.

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Believe muscles in on the majors, with landmark performance on French album chart in 2021 – Music Business Worldwide

The company famously floated on the Paris Euronext last summer, where it currently commands a market cap valuation of over USD $1.7 billion.

2021 was also the year in which Believe announced its intention to spend EUR €100 million a year on acquiring music companies in various fast-growing international territories – a strategy that has recently seen it buy stakes in labels in the Philippines and India, amongst other markets.

But what shouldn’t be discounted in the story of Believe’s memorable 2021 is its performance in its home market of France, where the company says it recorded a historic market share achievement.

According to Believe’s calculations based on Top 200 annual chart data from market monitor SNEP (via the Official Charts company), Believe finished 2021 as France’s No.2 biggest company in terms of annual distribution market share of frontline domestic artist albums.

There are a few key caveats / reiterations behind this claim:

Believe says that, on this basis, it achieved the No.2 distribution market position in France for 2021 – behind only Universal Music Group – on both the streaming and the all-formats Top 200 album chart.

Believe also calculates it had France’s biggest-selling act of the year, Jul. (That’s according to estimated total sales based on SNEP’s 2021 Top 200 Albums chart, combining streaming, physical, and downloads.)

In addition, Believe distributed France’s most-streamed single and the No.1 music video of the year on YouTube, with La Kiffance by French rapper Naps.

Some additional important stats:

In a statement to media, Believe said: “This performance underscores the importance and the impact of Believe’s strategy, which is based around local acts, its unique development know-how in the digital world and its ability to attract and develop artists at the highest level.

“It also illustrates Believe’s ability to become a leader in one of the world’s largest markets with a model that combined organic growth with strategic partnerships.”

Romain Vivien, General Manager of Believe France, said of the results: “Our collaborations with top artists like Jul, Naps and DjaDja & Dinaz show that the new generation of artists embrace our digital-first model, as well as endorse our values of independence and transparency.

“These artists have renewed their faith in us for many years, while entrusting us with our broadening remit, including branding, merchandising and live.

“The new generation of artists embrace our digital-first model, as well as endorse our values of independence and transparency.”

Romain Vivien, Believe

“It is also a point of enormous pride for our teams to see artists such as Landy and ZKR – who started out on our automated solutions platform TuneCore and were then developed alongside our partners DJ Bellek from Morning Glory and 109 Records – rise high in the Top 200.

“This illustrates their unrivalled expertise in developing artists in a digital world, as well as the relevance and flexibility of our solutions to meet their expectations.”

Added Vivien: “The alliance of our digital expertise alongside the artistic support of labels such as 6&7 (Jérémie Frérot, Kimberose, Zazie) and Tôt ou Tard (Vianney, Shaka Ponk, Cats on Trees, Noé Preszow) allows artists of all genres to develop their audience in an increasingly digital world.”

According to IFPI data, France was the world’s fifth biggest recorded music market in 2020, generating just over USD $1 billion in annual industry turnover.Music Business Worldwide

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Album of Endangered Bird Songs Soars Above Taylor Swift to Number 3 in Music Chart : Conscious Life News

An album of Australia’s most endangered birds and their calls has sold its way into the No.3 spot on national pop charts, beating Taylor Swift and ABBA in its flight path.

Songs of Disappearance is a 24-minute album of endangered birdcalls recorded by Australia’s best wildlife sound recordist, David Stewart. It sold over 2,000 copies and demonstrates the love of Australians who want to help their native species—with all proceeds going to the conservation of our feathered friends.

Its genesis came when Stephen Garnett, a conservation professor at Charles Darwin University, finished the 2020 Action Plan for Australian Birds, a set of recommendations that found 1 in 6 native species are threatened with extinction. He had a conversation with his Ph.D. student Anthony Albrecht, a classical cellist, and one-half of a two-person multimedia company called the Bowerbird Collective.

Albrecht asked his advisor if there was anything Bowerbird Collective could do to make people aware of the action plan. That was when they discussed the idea of an album.

“I knew it was an ambitious thing to suggest and—I don’t know—Stephen’s a little bit crazy like me, and he said, let’s do this,” Albrecht tells NPR.

The other half of Bowerbird, the violinist Simone Slattery, arranged a musical collage of all 53 birds on the record, while the remaining tracks are each bird’s individual songs recorded by Stewart.

“We did it! Thanks to your incredible support we reached #3 in the ARIA charts, ahead of Taylor Swift, ABBA, Mariah Carey, and Michael Bublé,” the organizers wrote on their website, noting the Christmas-time bump given to the latter.

All proceeds of the album were donated to BirdLife Australia, which helped in production.

Some of the singing comes from birds that are Critically-Endangered, and one bird, the Night Parrot, wasn’t even known to science until 2013.

“When we last prepared an Australian bird action plan in 2010, we were not even sure Night Parrots and King Island Brown Thornbills existed – this CD has calls of both,” Professor Garnett said in a statement.

Each CD comes with a copy of the action plan, a small guide to each bird, and how to pick the sound of their calls out. The LP just became available internationally, so we all can enjoy the sounds and donate to the cause.

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Album of Endangered Bird Songs Soars Above Taylor Swift to Number 3 in Music Chart

An album of Australia’s most-endangered birds and their calls has sold its way into the No.3 spot on national pop charts, beating Taylor Swift and ABBA in its flight path.

Songs of Disappearance is a 24-minute album of endangered birdcalls recorded by Australia’s best wildlife sound recordist, David Stewart. It sold over 2,000 copies and demonstrates the love of Australians who want to help their native species—with all proceeds going to conservation of our feathered friends.

Its genesis came when Stephen Garnett, a conservation professor at Charles Darwin University, finished the 2020 Action Plan for Australian Birds, a set of recommendations that found 1 in 6 native species are threatened with extinction. He had a conversation with his Ph.D. student Anthony Albrecht, a classical cellist and one-half of a two-person multimedia company called the Bowerbird Collective.

Albrecht asked his advisor if there was anything Bowerbird Collective could do to make people aware of the action plan. That was when they discussed the idea of an album.

“I knew it was an ambitious thing to suggest and—I don’t know—Stephen’s a little bit crazy like me, and he said, let’s do this,” Albrecht tells NPR.

The other half of Bowerbird, the violinist Simone Slattery, arranged a musical collage of all 53 birds on the record, while the remaining tracks are each bird’s individual songs recorded by Stewart.

“We did it! Thanks to your incredible support we reached #3 in the ARIA charts, ahead of Taylor Swift, ABBA, Mariah Carey and Michael Bublé,” the organizers wrote on their website, noting the Christmas-time bump given to the latter.

All proceeds of the album were donated to BirdLife Australia, which helped in production.

Some of the singing comes from birds that are Critically-Endangered, and one bird, the Night Parrot, wasn’t even known to science until 2013.

“When we last prepared an Australian bird action plan in 2010, we were not even sure Night Parrots and King Island Brown Thornbills existed – this CD has calls of both,” Professor Garnett said in a statement.

Each CD comes with a copy of the action plan, and a small guide to each bird and how to pick the sound of their calls out. The LP just became available internationally, so we all can enjoy the sounds and donate to the cause.

“The golden bowerbird sounds like a death ray from some cheesy ’70s sci-fi series,” says Sean Dooley, the national public affairs manager at BirdLife Australia.

“And then you get to the Christmas Island frigatebird. The male has a flap of skin under its chin that inflates like a giant red balloon, so when it’s doing these courtship sounds, it sounds bizarre—but looks incredible.”

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SHINee, Red Velvet, Stray Kids & More: 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards 2021 Announces Artist Lineup | KpopStarz

The lineup of the 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards 2021 has been unveiled! According to Gaon, top-tier artists SHINee, SNSD Taeyeon, Brave Girls, as well as Stray Kids, NCT, and more will attend the awards ceremony! Read on for more details.

SHINee, Taeyeon, Stray Kids, STAYC, and more Join Artist Lineup for 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards 2021

On Jan. 11, Gaon announced further details on the 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards 2021 and revealed 16 participating artists.

(Photo : NCT 127 (News1))

According to the official press release, numerous SM artists will attend the awards ceremony, including NCT 127, NCT Dream, Red Velvet, SHINee and SNSD Taeyeon.

(Photo : SHINee (News1))

Among them, second-gen “Prince of K-pop” SHINee drew massive attention, as this will be their return in an awards ceremony following military hiatus as a group.

(Photo : SNSD Taeyeon (News1))

Among second-gen artists, SNSD Taeyeon and Brave Girls will also attend, attracting interest in what kind of interaction from them will K-pop enthusiasts receive.

(Photo : Stray Kids (News1))

Among top-notch boy groups, Stray Kids, THE BOYZ, will join NCT in the lineup, while STAYC and OH MY GIRL will complete the list for girl groups along with Red Velvet.

(Photo : STAYC (News1))

There will be solo artists, duo/trio, trot singers that will make the stage lively and more entertaining as well. Kang Daniel, the duo Standing Egg, Lee Mujin, Lee Chanwon, Lim Young Woong and Homies will then join Taeyeon among soloists.

Here Are the 16 Artists Who Will Attend the 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards:

1. NCT 127
2. NCT DREAM
3. STAYC
4. Stray Kids
5. Kang Daniel
6. THE BOYZ
7. Red Velvet
8. Brave Girls
9. SHINee
10. Standing Egg
11. OH MY GIRL
12. Lee Mujin
13. Lee Chan Won
14. Lim Young Woong
15. TAEYEON
16. Homies

11th Gaon Chart Music Awards: Schedule, Nominees, MC + Where to Watch

(Photo : 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards 2021 Poster (Twitter))

For those who don’t know, Gaon Chart Music Awards is a popular music awards ceremony based on Gaon Chart data that combines and aggregates data from online music platforms and physical album distributors.

This year, Super Junior’s Eunhyuk and STAYC’s Sieun will host the event, drawing attention. The awards ceremony will be held at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul on the 27th” and aside from offline viewers, the awards ceremony will be broadcast live as well on various YouTube channels, 1theK, Kakao TV, and MelOn.

(Photo : SHINee,Taeyeon, STAYC, Stray Kids (News1))

On Nov. 28, the nominees for awards such as “Artist of the Year” for both digital and physical categories were revealed. Some of the nominees include top artists such as BTS, EXO, IU, SHINee, BLACKPINK Rosé, Sunmi, ITZY, AKMU, TWICE and more.

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Shoot Music’s Best of 2021 Stadium Chart

Welcome to our Best of 2021 Stadium Music Chart, representing the year’s most popular releases that have played out across the nation’s Football Grounds and Sport Stadiums, compiled using official Shoot Music DJ download data. It’s been some year, and one that saw fans back in our beloved stadiums, re-introducing that thumping atmosphere that made us all fall in love with the beautiful game. 2021 also saw the return of matchday DJs, and their carefully curated playlists. Today we look back at the most popular tracks that were hits in stadiums throughout 2021.

STADIUM MUSIC CHART STANDINGS

  1. ED SHEERAN – ‘Shivers’ 
  2. ELTON JOHN & DUA LIPA ‘Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)’
  3. COLDPLAY ‘My Universe’
  4. BLOSSOMS‘Care For’
  5. STEREOPHONICS‘Hanging On Your Hinges’
  6. THE SHERLOCKS‘City Lights’
  7. LITTLE MIX ‘No’
  8. SIGRID‘Burning Bridges’
  9. BIFFY CLYRO ‘A Hunger In Your Haunt’
  10. COLDPLAY‘Higher Power’
  11. CALVIN HARRIS ‘By Your Side’ (feat. Tom Grennan)
  12. KSI‘Holiday’
  13. KASBIAN ‘ALYGATYR’
  14. BECKY HILL‘Remember’
  15. KYLIE MINOGUE – ‘A Second To Midnight’ (feat. Years and Years)
  16. CELESTE – ‘Stop This Flame’ (MK Remix)
  17. JUNGLE ‘Keep Moving’
  18. THE VACCINES ‘Alone Star’
  19. NOTHING BUT THIEVES‘Futureproof’
  20. JACK SAVORETTI‘Who’s Hurting Who’ (feat. Nile Rodgers)

Top Four

Forming the champions league positions, we have the four tracks that spent the most time at the top during their time in our chart during 2021. Sitting strong at the top it’s Ed Sheeran with his hit ‘Shivers’. Behind him we have Elton & Dua Lipa with PNAU‘s remix of ‘Cold Heart’, followed by Coldplay & Blossoms with their singles ‘My Universe‘ and ‘Care For‘.

Thanks to an absolute plethora of DJ downloads, these guys dominated the Shoot Music stadium chart during 2021, playing out around some of the very biggest and most famous stadiums in the country. From Celtic and Manchester United, to the German National Team & London Irish RFC, this success is testament to the quality of their songwriting & playing.

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Best Of The Rest

From above you can see there are too many tracks to mention individually, but each has contributed to a seriously strong year for music and sport, and has helped represent a diverse and talent-filled chart that we cannot wait to continue producing for you for seasons to come. Congratulations to all who made this best of chart, and we’re sure we’ll see more familiar faces returning to the Top 20 in 2022.

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CHART T&C’S: This chart is compiled using Shoot Music UK Sport Stadium DJ official download data. Digital track downloads by DJ’s are counted every Thursday, with chart positions updated and published every Friday. Shoot Music provide a wide selection of new music from artists of all backgrounds, styles & genres. Shoot Music new release downloads are considered for a duration of 2 months only.

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Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022: Date, Time, Host, Lineup, and Live Stream Details

January is packed with award shows for music lovers, and the 11th annual Goan Chart Music Awards is one of them. The glam event is scheduled for the last Thursday of this month. It will be broadcast live for people from various parts of the globe, including the US, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, India, Singapore, and Malaysia.

The organizers, Korea Music Content Association, have shared details about the annual award ceremony, like the date, time, venue, and hosts. They also urged Korean music lovers from different locations to look forward to this event. It could feature some performances of the globally known K-pop bands and artists.

Here is Everything to Know About Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022:

Date, Time, and Venue

The award show will begin at 7 pm KST from the Jamsil Arena in Seoul on January 27. The 11th annual award ceremony will feature a star-studded lineup of performers and presenters. It will also reveal the winners of this year.

Hosts and Lineup

Super Junior member Eunhyuk will host the glam event this year with STAYC member Sieun. Both the MCs are hosting the live event for the first time. But Eunhyuk, whose real name is Lee Hyuk Jae is experienced in hosting an award show as he was the MC of the 23rd annual Seoul Music Awards.

Meanwhile, the presenters and performers lineup for this year is not out yet. The organizers are yet to release it. The details could be revealed in the upcoming days.

Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022
STAYC member Sieun and Super Junior member Eunhyuk.
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022

Live Stream Details

Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022 will kickstart with a live telecast from the Jamsil Arena in Seoul on Thursday. It will be available to watch on MNet, and they can stream on the official YouTube channel. International fans could get a chance to watch the glam event live online for free on VLive.

What to Expect?

Apart from the red carpet arrivals and star-studded performances, the show might also feature some special collaborations. The organizers have shared tidbits of details about the event.

Super Junior’s Eunhyuk and STAYC’s Sieun will be hosting the awards ceremony for the 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards, which will be held next year on January 27 at 7 pm KST at the Jamsil Arena. Please highly look forward to the combination of Eunhyuk, who has showcased his hosting skills on various variety programs, and Sieun, who has been receiving the spotlight as the next generation’s idol MC with her experience as a special MC on music shows, a representative of the Korea Music Content Association stated.

Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022 title card
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2022

Nomination List

The complete list of nominees for this year has not been revealed yet. Only Artist of the Year nominees in both physical and digital album sessions. They are as below:

Artist of the Year in Digital Music

December 2020

January 2021

February 2021

March 2021

April 2021

May 2021

June 2021

July 2021

August 2021

September 2021

October 2021

Artist of the Year for Physical Album

1st Quarter (December 2020 – February 2021)

2nd Quarter (March-May 2021)

3rd Quarter (June – August 2021)

Other Nomination Categories are:

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