Friday’s Five Tunes with Kim Cesarion

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Always wondered what pop artists themselves listen to whenever they are not on stage or writing new music? It’s time to find out! A Bit of Pop Music brings you Friday’s Five Tunes, a selection of five favourite songs by a current pop artist. This week Kim Cesarion shares his personal jams with us!

Swedish recording artist Kim Cesarion had his big break back in 2013 when his seductive debut single ‘Undressed’ became an international hit. An album with the same name followed a year later. The singer, producer and songwriter returned earlier this year with the track ‘Call On Me’ and is ready to take the world by storm again with his insanely catchy and completely on trend new single ‘Water’. What a tune! Cesarion took some time to select his five favourite tracks of the moment for A Bit of Pop Music and he tells us all about them!

Tove Lo – Disco Tits
“This is one of them songs I would have wanted to do! ‘Disco Tits’ just got that vibe you know, good melodies and a really clean falsetto part!”

GoldLink feat. Miguel – Got Friends
“I have been a fan of GoldLink for a good while now and they just keep delivering. This one with the man dem Miguel is a killer! A big thank you to these guys!”

XXXTentacion – Sad!
“RIP to a young and lost creative talent! The happiest sad song I have heard in a minute.”

Aya Nakamura – Djadja
“This is one of those good afro tunes you can hear a little here and and a little there, and then suddenly it is all over the country. I am very happy to see this genre of music take more space on the international scene and to see the journey it is doing! ‘Djadja’ is a nice one for the clubs and pool parties, summer ’18!”

A.Chal – Matrix
“Because sometimes you just want that trappy stuff but in a more singing, musical and not so mumbly way.”

If you haven’t listened to Kim Cesarion’s ‘Water’ yet, please do so now, because it is going to make your summer of ’18 a whole lot better!

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