For the fourth year in a row, the listeners of Studio Brussels ‘Mia’ van Gorky was elected best Belgian number. The number is 1 in ‘The 100 of Own-Grown’. In second place is ‘Gold’ of Bazart.
The listeners could over the last week to vote for their favourite Belgian songs. Friday turned the transmitter of the hundred songs that most listeners could delight you.
The iconic song ‘Mia’ van Gorky, the rock group of the 2014 death of singer Luc De Vos, performs just like the past three years the list. Bazart was last year on three, and slide this year with “Gold” on to number two. Red Zebra rises six places with ‘Can’t live in a living room.
Seven times dEUS
For the newcomers in the list is especially strong fourteenth place of Tamino, with his song ‘Habibi’. Other notable newcomers include the Belgian hiphopartiesten Coely with ‘Ain’t chasing pavements’ (29) and Roméo Elvis with ‘Bruxelles arrive’ (45).
The group which most often occurs in the top-100 is dEUS, which seven times in the list come back. Also, Oscar and the Wolf, Stromae, Balthazar, Daan, Admiral Freebee and Arno are well represented with three numbers.
The oldest number in the list, on the thirtieth place, is ‘Ne me quitte pas ” of Jacques Brel.