According to music discovery and recognition app, Shazam - these are the biggest dance tracks in Croatia, captured during the heart of the summer festival season.
1. Axwell /\ Ingrosso 'More Than You Know'
As infectious as it is ubiquitous, Axwell /\ Ingrosso's biggest crossover hit yet has soundtracked beach parties and clubs across Croatia this summer.
2. Calvin Harris feat. Pharell Williams 'Feels'
In what must have been one busy studio session, Calvin Harris teams up with Pharell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean for this year's 'Happy'.
3. Robin Schulz ft James Blunt ‘OK’
In one of the more unlikely dance music hook ups of the last year, Robin Schulz pulls James Blunt onto the dance floor.
4. Disciples 'On My Mind'
London group Disciples are exporting their UK house sound across the globe. Croatia is just one of the many global destinations dancing to their beat.
5. Martin Solveig feat. ALMA 'All Stars'
Proprietor of catchy, infectious house music, Frenchman Martin Solveig teams up with ALMA for a track that has had the pool parties moving all summer.
6. Ofenbach 'Be Mine'
Linking accessible vocal hook with a low slung rolling four-four beat, is a formula for success. And Ofenbach's 'Be Mine' has been a stone-wall hit in Croatia this summer.
7. David Guetta feat. Justin Bieber '2U'
In his ongoing quest for world domination, Justin Bieber hooks up with David Guetta for '2u'.
8. Major Lazer feat Anitta ‘Sua Cara’
Major Lazer get their samba vibe on, in this collaboration with Brazilian vocalists Anitta and Pabllo Vittar.
9. Kygo & Selena Gomez ‘It Aint Me’
Tropical house master, Kygo teams up with Selena Gomez for the lead single of his second studio album.
10. Clean Bandit feat Zara Larsson ’Symphony’
Clean Bandit's collaboration with Swedish singer Zara Larsson is an enduring track that has been soundtracking parties since before the summer.
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