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 MINISTRY OF SOUND TURNS IT UP

KDA's Dance Jam Threatens 1D for #1 Spot on U.K. Singles Chart

U.K. dance indie label Ministry of Sound (headed up by CEO Lohan Presencer and President David Dollimore) is on course to beat SYCO's One Direction to the Official Singles Chart #1 spot this week with a collaboration between elusive London DJ and producer KDATinie Tempah and Katy B titled “Turn The Music Louder (Rumble).”

It will be the second time the label has topped the chart in the past month after knocking Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean" (Def Jam) from #1 with Sigala's "Easy Love" on 9/17 (a track that's still in the Top 10). 

On the midweeks update, "Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)" was just over 7k sales ahead of 1D's “Perfect”.

Check out the video below, which is currently nearing 1.08 million views on Vevo. The track has been Shazamed over 155k times and has had 1,649 plays across all U.K. radio this past chart week.

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