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ChutneyMusic.Com Top 10 Countdown – 21st March 2019

ChutneyMusic.Com Top 10 Countdown – 21st March 2019

  1. So Bring The Johnnie Walker Time To Start Over By Ravi B (2019 Chutney Soca)
  2. Holi Ke Din by Dj Shaun & Angel Motie (2019 Holi Cover)
  3. Rang Barse Refix by Terry Gajraj Guyana Baboo (2019 Phagwah Cover)
  4. Chutney Medley By Nisha Ramkissoon (2019 Chutney)
  5. Fyah By Neval Chatelal & Nishard M (2019 Chutney Soca)
  6. Sham Sundar By Pritivi Bheem
  7. Divorce by GI Beharry (2019 Chutney Soca)
  8. Boom Boom [Girls Like You] By Nisha Baksh & Ashish Baksh (2019 Bollywood Cover)
  9. Tera Ghata by Kavita Sookhoo (2019 Bollywood Cover) Kompa Remix
  10. Natasha By KI & The Band (2019 Chutney Soca)

NB: This is an auto-generated countdown as at 10am Thursday 21st March 2019.

ChutneyMusic.com’s Top Ten Countdown is a weekly countdown done every Thursday at 10am. The countdown consists of ChutneyChutney SocaBollywood Covers and Remixes entered into our website’s pool.

Only songs in the Chutneymusic.com pool will be considered for the countdown. To get your song into the pool is free and easy and is done either by SubmissionContacting Us or via email.

Ranking is determined by the number of searches, comments and social shares a (song) post receives on Chutneymusic.com.

Intuitively, in order to rank higher, you must and get more sustained searches, comments and social shares on your Chutneymusic.com post as possible with the week period  🙂

How to get more searches?

The tried and tested formula apart from having a huge following is “Quality over Quantity!”.

Artists can use these guidelines:

  • Sing on key
  • Use least amount of pitch correction unless it is for vocal styling
  • Have well produced, mixed and mastered songs
  • Have clean, clear high definition images
  • Where text is used on images, let the colours bet contrasting.
  • Provide songs lyrics (Fans love this, as do we because it helps you rank higher in Google Search for example)

This guideline list is not exhaustive.