Old Town Road (Remix) – Lil Nas X
After reaching fans around the world on TikTok, Lil Nas X's hit song has topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for more than 15 weeks – breaking the record for the most weeks on the chart!
Before I Let Go – Beyonce
Beyonce has certainly done justice to this hit from the 80s, which was originally performed by Maze. She covered it for her new movie, Homecoming.
Press – Cardi B
This American rapper took to social media to build up anticipation ahead of the release of this song. In December 2018, she posted a video of her rapping a part of it on Instagram and promoted the (daring) cover art and video on social media.
Khethile Khethile – Kwesta
The first South African artist on this month's top 10 list, Kwesta used this song to share his love for his new wife, Yolanda Mvelase, with the world. The music video includes never-before-seen footage from their recent wedding.
Fetch Your Life – Prince Kaybee
This electro dance tune will certainly lift your spirits! The song is about keeping at it even when it seems things aren't going according to plan.
Sondela – Tresor
'Sondela' features on Tresor's latest album, Nostalgia. As the album's name implies, Tresor invites us to take a trip down memory lane with songs inspired by his childhood.
Shesha – De Mthuda and Njelic
From humming a tune to a hit amapiano song – that's how quickly it can happen! After his friends persuaded him to take it further, DJ Njelic paired with De Mthuda to create a chart-topper.
I Don't Care – Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber
Combine two of the hottest artists right now and you're almost guaranteed a hit. Around most of the world, it trended behind Lil Nas X's 'Old Town Road', but here it far surpassed that – making it into this month's top three.
Kokota – Kaygee Daking and Bizizi
Amapiano is certainly taking South Africa by storm, with another house-kwaito-jazz mix in the top 10. This couple first posted 'Kokota' on their WhatsApp statuses and after an overwhelmingly positive response, released it officially.
No Guidance – Chris Brown ft Drake
The two artists supposedly had a feud going at some point, but it definitely hasn't impacted on their ability to make top tunes together. And, as a nod to their past, the pair also showcased their dancing skills in an epic 'club fight' in the music video.