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76 July 2016 Club Bulletin www.EDpublications.com 20. Dangerous Women – Ariana Grande 19. Get High – Rob Zombie 18. If It Ain't Love – Jason Derulo 17. Sex With Me – Rihanna (original) 16. Cheap Thrills – Sia featuring Sean Paul 15. Down In The Dm – Yo Gotti (original) 14. In The Dark – 3 Doors Down 13. Never Forget You – Zara Larsson & Mnek 12. Cake By The Ocean – DNCE 11. I Took A Pill In Ibiza – Mike Posner 10. Lowlife – Future featuring the Weeknd 9. Rise – Sixx Am 8. Pillowtalk – Zayn (original) (:31Funkymix) 7. Can't Stop The Feeling – Justin Timberlake 6. Panda – Desiigner (original) 5. Work – Rihanna featuring Drake 4. 6 Inch – Beyonce featuring the Weeknd 3. This Is What You Came For – Calvin Harris & Rihanna (original) 2. Don't Let Me Down – The Chainsmokers featuring Daya 1. One Dance – Drake featuring Kyla & Wizkid PANDA is the Professional Adult Nightclub DJ Association. Have your club's DJ(s) submit their charts, listen to the show, and sign up for the organization at Pandamembers.org. Hellyeah "I Don't Care Anymore" I have a confession to make (and as a card-carrying member of the metal community, it is a bonafide confession). When I was 13, one of my favorite artists was Phil Collins. It had something to do with my then-obsession with Miami Vice (this was 1985, after all). And my favorite Phil track, bar none, was "I Don't Care Anymore." It was stark. It was angry. It was intense. Which makes it surprising that no metal bands ever considered covering it—until now. Hellyeah, the metal "supergroup" featuring former members of Mudvayne, Pantera and Nothingface, put their stamp on the track without taking away from the original track's emotional intensity. Pantera fans should also be extremely interested in giving this track a listen, as the song's guitar solo was provided by none other than the late "Dimebag" Darrell, brother of Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul (apparently, the brothers had worked up a cover of the Collins track before Dime was murdered on stage in 2004). Big Smo "Say My Name" The larger-than-life character who has his own, eponymous A&E show is back with his newest track, "Say My Name." That name is Big Smo, who combines such disparate styles as hip-hop, country and hard rock, and he's back—this time, with a streamlined track that eschews all of those styles in favor of a solitary approach that embraces a more mainstream hip-hop/club style. With his own TV show and a club- ready tune, this one is sure to be getting a ton of airplay. J BOOTH D panda's Top 20 tracks being played in adult clubs today ! download these tracks for FREE courtesy of Stripjointsmusic.com ! reviews by Dave Manack

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