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Oliver Sean hits the Number 1 on the American and British iTunes Charts with his crossover single Blues Dance (Worldbeat)

MTV EMA Nominee and Multiple Billboard Top 10 Artist & Producer Oliver Sean has started off the New Year with a bang by hitting the Official iTunes #1 in America and the United Kingdom on the Easy Listening Charts, with his song ‘Blues Dance (Worldbeat). The single simultaneously also hit the Top 5 on the iTunes World Music Charts in both countries.

Brixton, London – 22 Jan 2022 – To say that Oliver Sean is on a roll is an understatement; the artist hit #1 on Christmas Day on the Official iTunes UK Blues Charts with his version of the legendary song ‘Everyday will be like a holiday’, followed that up by hitting the Top 5 on the iTunes World Music charts in the US and UK. The singer songwriter has now secured the Number One spot in America and Britain with Blues Dance (Worldbeat) on the Official Easy Listening Charts.

Blues Dance (worldbeat) is the remix version of the original song by Oliver Sean, which was first released on his album ‘Devil is Back’ featuring R.I.P, which hit the Billboard Blues Album Charts debuting at #8 in 2020. This new remix version, also produced by Oliver Sean, features elements of world and hip hop added to a crossover blues rock sound, making it a true fusion of sounds from the east and west. Joining Oliver Sean and the Oliver Sean Band for the remix version is long time friend and breakthrough Rap / Hip Hop artist PM, from Maryland. Fans will remember him from Oliver Sean’s hit single and Vh1 music video ‘New York’.

“It’s been a whirlwind of chart success, positive magazine reviews and articles about my music, in the midst of this pandemic and the multitude of cancelled gigs,” says the MTV EMA Nominee. “The Christmas #1 I had a few weeks ago and then the  #5 in America and the UK simultaneously has brought that spark back in me and my team, especially since we thought that the virus was going to get the best of us again, after my New Year’s Eve gig along with several other events during the holidays were cancelled. But I must say I  didn’t expect a simultaneous #1 in America and Britain … I must say thank you to my fans for keeping me going and doing this for me.”

The music video for Blues Dance (Worldbeat) was released recently, which has played a part in getting fans to support the single on the charts in the US and the UK.

Fans can watch the music video on various international music channels and also streaming on YouTube.com/oliversean

Find out more about Oliver Sean at http://www.oliversean.com. Fans can follow the artist on http://www.facebook.com/oliverseanband and across all social media @oliversean

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