Top 10 Most Played Songs of the Year 2016 at Tomorrowland

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Tomorrowland is an electronic dance music festival that takes place at Boom, Belgium. It was first held in the year 2005 and continues till date every year. It is one of the world’s largest and most notable music festivals. The songs that are played in this festival every year are well received by music lovers. But since we started talking about Tomorrowland we are tempted to share few interesting things that you probably didn’t know about Tomorrowland.

Most Played Songs

  • As a part of endorsement or marketing or whatever you call it, Tomorrowland issued free passes to the Belgium locals. This was done to fill up the festival, and the also bought people like Chucki, Van Buuren and Ferry Corsten on board to create a buzz.
  • You have really got to be proud of Tomorrowland policies because they strictly prohibit the use of any form of illicit drugs inside the campus. However, if you are spotted guilty, you are gently asked to move out of the place.
  • The Europe’s highest Mobile Ferris Wheel was at Tomorrowland, in the year 2012. They have stunning art installation around the whole campus.
  • There is a 100-foot long bunker that houses all the cables that are connected to the stage. This bunker is still the fact that many never care to know.

Top 10 songs played at Tomorrowland:

Mind:

The song ‘Mind’ that features Kai, is a part of the debut album of the duo Jack U, individually known as Skrillex and Diplo. It was released in the year 2015, and the album features an ensemble of artists like Kiesza, AlunaGeorge, 2 Chainz, Missy Elliot and Justin Bieber.

Ten feet tall:

It is a single released by the Dutch Producer and DJ Afrojack, and the song was sung by the American recording artist Wrabel. This is the first charting international hit of Wrabel.

King:

This song was composed by Ahzee, an American DJ, and producer from Newyork. He gained fame as his songs became a part of the official record charts in Belgium, by the organization, Ultratop.

Heading up High:

Heading up high was a part of the album, ‘Embrace’ which is the sixth studio album by Dutch DJ Armin van Buuren. The main idea behind Embrace was to embrace different sounds and instruments and incorporate them into one musical piece. ‘Heading up High’ features Kensington, a Dutch rock band.

Runaway U&I:

It is a song by the Electronic music duo Galantis, from Sweden. This song became the biggest hit single to date. The song was written in the B-flat minor at a tempo of 126 beats per minute.

Toca:

It is a song by the Electronic music duo Galantis, who hail from Sweden. This song became the biggest hit single to date. The song was written in the B-flat minor at a tempo of 126 beats per minute.

Bring that Beat:

‘Bring that Beat’ is one among the 8 charted singles of Bassjackers who came into existence in the year 2007. Bassjackers was formed by the Dutch Duo, Marlon Flohr & Ralph van Hilst.

Reload:

This song is released by the Swedish house producer Sebastian Ingrosso and Australian producer Tommy Trash in the year 2012. The song was charted by both Ultratop and Ultratip in the year 2013

Fast car:

The song was released in the year 1988 and was sung by the American singer and song writer Tracy Chapman. It was released as a single lead from her self-titled debut album. After the song was performed at the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute, it became one of the top 10 hits in the US on the Billboard Hot 100.

Carnage:

Carnage is best known for his live performances at Tomorrowland and Ultra Music festival. The song Toca is one among the most played song in Tomorrowland. It features Timmy Trumpet and KSHMR.