Music + Britney’s SCREAM AND SHOUT continues to soar high!

The second collaboration of hitmaker Will.I.Am and Global Pop Icon, Britney Spearscontinues to soar high as Scream & Shout topped the charts for Billboard’s initial launch of “New Dance/Electronic Songs Charts.”
As stated,
“Billboard expands its coverage of the growing dance scene by launching Dance/Electronic Songs, the first-ever ranking of the nation’s top dance songs combining digital download sales (tracked by Nielsen SoundScan), radio airplay (monitored by Nielsen BDS) and streaming data (tracked by BDS from such services as Spotify, Muve, Slacker, Rhapsody, Rdio, MySpace, Xbox Music and Guvera) and reported club play from a select national panel of 140 club DJs.

Outside of club play data, Dance/Electronic Songs will match the methodology applied to Billboard’s signature all-genre songs ranking, the Billboard Hot 100. Titles eligible for the chart will be determined based on a song’s core sound and tempo, as they have been for our sales-based Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart, which launched in 2010. Dance remixes of titles categorized as pop, rock, R&B, rap or another genre would not make a song eligible for Dance/Electronic Songs, even if the title appears on the Dance Club Songs or Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart.”
A new bite of the said smash, hit the internet airwaves as Chris Cox, a music producer and DJ, released his remix version of Will.I.Am and Britney’s epic dance track, of which I think was brilliant, that runs for 6 minutes and 7 seconds!

Check out Will.I.Am featuring Britney Spears’ Scream & Shout, the Chris Cox Remix.

Bite Marks: 4 out of 5

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