Seedorf reveals latest Cameroon captain as rotation continues on collectionfifatips

Clarence Seedorf has revealed that Georges Mandjeck will captain Cameroon when they meet Malawi in Tuesday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Blantyre.

The decision, while enforced by the injury absence of stand-in captain Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, will make Mandjeck the third captain of the Dutchman’s three-game tenure in charge of the AFCON hosts.

“I am just confirming what I said in the last conference that for every match we will see a change in captain” Seedorf told the Cameroon federation in quotes received by KweséESPN.

“Georges will be captain, he is also one of the leaders in the group and an experienced player, as well as a good professional.”

The 29-year-old is currently on loan with Israeli heavyweights Maccabi Haifa from Czech giants Sparta Prague, and will now follow in the footsteps of Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui – who captained the side against the Comoros – and Choupo-Moting.

The Indomitable Lions have been thrown into something of a leadership vacuum following Benjamin Moukandjo’s international retirement, which came following Seedorf’s declaration that he wouldn’t select players based in China.

Paris Saint-Germain forward Choupo-Moting scored the only goal in the 62nd minute at the Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo in Yaoundé as the Indomitable Lions defeated Malawi on Seedorf’s home debut on Friday.

Despite qualifying automatically for the 2019 AFCON as hosts, the Indomitable Lions are still taking part in the qualifying campaign in Group B

Cameroon will play Malawi with 19 players instead of 23 after Choupo-Moting, Christian Bassogog and Gaëtang Bong withdrew through injury.

However, Seedorf isn’t concerned by their absences.

“Fortunately enough we have quite some good players in those positions,” he continued. “We would have loved to be with these players, especially Christian.

“Choupo-Moting has a physical problem, Bassogog is not fit yet, and Bong had some problems before coming in as well, but we have 19 players who are fit.”

collectionfifatips | Libya vs. Nigeria: What to expect

Libya and Nigeria play each other for a second time in three days, the reverse fixture in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations double-header qualifier, at the Stade Taieb Mhiri, Sfax, Tunisia on Tuesday.

Ahead of the encounter, which will either consolidate or revive qualification hopes for both teams, KweséESPN lists three things to expect from the game on Tuesday.

Key players missing for both teams: Injury and suspensions will deny both Nigeria and Libya the availability of key players, a blow for both.

Abdullahi Shehu continues his injury battles this season, the latest setback being a thigh muscle injury sustained inside the opening 20 minutes against Libya at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium on Saturday.

The Bursaspor player, who has being a consistent and important member of the Super Eagles team since his debut three years ago, sits out a second game in three matches in the qualifying campaign due to recurring injuries.

Ola Aina, who came in for Shehu on Saturday, is expected to earn his second international start for Nigeria barring any last-minute unforeseen circumstances, as he slots in at right-back.

For their part, Libya are expected to be without the experienced duo of Muhammad Nashnoush and left-back Ahmed Al-Maghasi after both players received their second bookings of the qualifiers in Uyo.

Despite conceding four goals, Nashnoush, 30, who doubles as captain of his side, will be a big miss for the Mediterranean Knights, and should be replaced in goal by Ahmed Azzaqeh.

Super Eagles gun for hat-trick of wins: Nigeria’s quest to qualify for Cameroon will receive a massive boost if the Super Eagles earn a third successive win, only the second time it would happen during Gernot Rohr’s managerial career with the West Africans.

The team have bounced back from their opening home game upset against South Africa, carrying on their post-World Cup momentum to earn consecutive wins against Seychelles and Libya which moves them into second in Group E.

A third straight qualification victory – and the second on the road – would take Nigeria’s points tally to nine, and open a five-point gap ahead of the third-place North Africans.

The likely implication of the above scenario is that Nigeria will require just one more victory – even if it means settling for second-place – in their final two games against South Africa and Seychelles to lock down one of the 24 available tickets.

Libya to play the game of their lives to save AFCON ticket: If anyone expects Libya to go down without putting up a robust challenge in Tunisia, then they should have a rethink.

Despite the game technically being a home tie for the Mediterranean Knights, civil unrest in Libya has forced the Confederation of Africa Football to move the fixture to Sfax, a situation which means both teams are playing on a neutral ground.

To make issues a little bit more uncomfortable for Libya, they play their first game at the Stade Taieb Mhiri after previously hosting qualification matches at the Petro Sport Stadium, Cairo.

Despite sitting as group leaders at the start of matchday three on four points, a 4-0 defeat in Nigeria means the Libyans have dropped two spots below their rivals, and will severely dent their hopes of an AFCON return if they fail to win on Tuesday.

With Nigeria facing a daunting away trip to South Africa in November, Libya could further extend their advantage over the Super Eagles with a victory at whipping boys Seychelles.

However, they’ll surely need to play the game of their lives on Tuesday to boost their qualification hopes.

collectionfifatips | Sebsatien Desabre refutes talk of pressure despite winless streak

Uganda head coach Sebastien Desabre insists he never felt under any pressure to win his first competitive game as Cranes coach despite his slow start to life at the helm.

The Frenchman had gone four competitive games without a win after taking the national team job at the end of 2017, with his only victory coming in a 3-1 competitive triumph against Sao Tome e Principe in March.

The Cranes were also held in an international friendly by Malawi, and defeated by Niger in June, but Desabre has told KweséESPN that he never lost faith in his team.

Desabre’s wait finally ended as Lesotho were dispatched 3-0 in Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

“For me it is normal to win and achieve some of our objectives,” he began. “The boys have always showed that they have the quality, and it has just been a case of putting away our scoring chances.

“I was never on pressure to win,” he insisted. I started as head coach with my first game in the qualifiers being the 0-0 draw with Tanzania, and I was always confident we would win soon because the team has been co-ordinating and playing well.

“Our team never lost faith faith because they know that we have been playing well, but not taking advantage to score the chances we create.”

Uganda’s win takes them to the top of Group L, with seven points from their opening three matches, and they will take a major step towards the finals in Cameroon if they defeat Lesotho in Maseru on Tuesday.

“Of course, none of us wants to get into a situation where the last game decides if we qualify or not,” Desabre continued, “but generally there has not been panic or worry.

“We need to win [away in Lesotho] and be assured of qualification instead of waiting for the two following games.

“For some players it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to qualify for the AFCON, and this therefore calls for hard work to win the game.”

Defender Murushid Juuko, who missed Saturday’s game with suspension, is expected to return to the side, with Hassan Wasswa pushing into midfield.

All New FIFA 19 Icons in Ultimate Team – collectionfifatips.com

FIFA 19 Icons Ultimate Team

FIFA 19 Icons Ultimate Team

EA Sports have announced all the existing, brand new and returning FIFA 19 Ultimate Team Icons for this years installment. Below is the video we did discussing every new addition and returning icons that will be made available in the game when it lands at the end of this month.

Don’t forget the demo will also be arriving in the next week so those of you who never got access to the early beta testing version then this will be your chance to try out the game for the first time. Let us know in the comments box below which ones you are happy with and which legends of the sport you hope to see be added in the future.

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FIFA eWorld Cup Huge Success

FIFA eWorld Cup Huge Success

The magnificent rise of eSports will be highlighted next week when FIFA 18 Global Series champion MSDossary descends upon the Best FIFA Football Awards. Cristiano Ronaldo will go up against Luka Modric and Mohamed Salah in a bid to be named The Best FIFA Men’s Player. Marta, Ada Hegerberg and Dzsenifer Maroszan are battling it out among the women, and Zinedine Zidane will take on World Cup winning manager Didier Deschamps in the coaching stakes. Yet millions will be focused not on those superstars, but on a new breed of hero in Mosaad “Msdossary”Aldossary of Saudi Arabia.

He claimed a $250,000 prize after clinching a 4-0 win on aggregate over Stefano ‘StefanoPinna’ Pinna at The O2 in London last month. The scale of his achievement cannot be over exaggerated. More than 20 million diehard FIFA 18 fans entered qualifying, and just 32 reached the Grand Final. But when all the dust had settled, Msdossary was the deserved champion. He beat Gorilla in the quarters, swept aside kurt0411 in the semis with an 8-3 victory and then trounced StefanoPinna.

If you are looking for leading eSports odds from a highly regarded site make sure to check Bookmaker review, you are sure to find Msdossary leading the market for future competitions. “I’ve made my country proud by bringing home the trophy,” he said. “My aim every year is to win more trophies. Last year I got one and this year I’ve got two. It’s an honour to be the first winner of the new trophy. Hopefully I can keep getting better and better. This year was my first time competing at the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final. I hope to bring a few more trophies home to my country. I’m just 18 years old, so there are a few more years to come and I just want to make my country proud.”

He certainly did that and his countrymen will be even prouder to see him rubbing shoulders with footballing royalty at the swanky ceremony in London next week. “I’d like to meet Cristiano Ronaldo. I always dreamed about that, and dreams come true,” he added. That dream has come true for Msdossary, but it seems like we are not far away from a world in which eSports stars are afforded the same status, fame and fortune as traditional sports stars. There are already teenage eSports millionaires, and millions of younger fans have a far greater affinity with FIFA stars than actual footballers.

That trend should continue as technology improves each year, awareness spreads and eSports players are afforded larger prize purses, contracts and sponsorship deals. The outlook for 2019 is extremely positive, as FIFA19 will improve, more players will enter, the tournament will become even more competitive and many more fans will embrace it. That should lead to better sponsorship deals in a cycle of boom, and traditional sports stars might start increasingly casting nervous glances at the eSports revolution that is taking place.

Last month the world’s largest eSports tournament, The DOTA 2 International 2018, kicked off with an all-time high prize purse of $25.3 million. That eclipses at well established tournaments and outstrips prize purses given to major football teams. Even colleges are getting on board: the University of Akron is building the world’s biggest eSports centre and universities are taking it extremely seriously. “These facilities ensure that our campus gaming community has a physical home for student gamers to meet, compete and grow together,” said director Michael Fay Jr. “This reflects our program’s commitment to ensure that there’s a space for you to celebrate your love of gaming with others who share that passion. We’re not divided by the type of game we play, the platform we play it on, or how competitively we play it.” It’s a brave new world and there will be many more like Msdossary in the years ahead.

collectionfifatips – New LaLiga Features in FIFA 19: 16 Stadiums, Over 200 Head Scans, and More

Posted August 17th at 5:00pm.

FIFA 19 brings an entirely new layer of authenticity to Spain's LaLiga, providing a deeper and more immersive experience in many of the game's features, from Career mode to Kick-Off. Thanks to 16 new stadiums and an extensive set of player head scans, FIFA 19 is the perfect way to play LaLiga. 

Defend Your Turf

16 brand new stadiums have been added to allow more Spanish clubs to play on home turf in FIFA 19. Pick your favorite LaLiga club and play in their stadium in Career and Kick-Off modes or add the item to your FUT club to claim one as your own in Ultimate Team. 


Here are all 19 available stadiums: 

o   Estadio Mestalla (Valencia)

o   Estadio ABANCA-Riazor (Deportivo La Coruña)

o   Estadio Benito Villamarín (Real Betis) 

o   Estadio La Rosaleda (Málaga)

o   Estadio San Mamés (Athletic Bilbao)

o   Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán (Sevilla)

o   Coliseum Alfonso Pérez (Getafe)

o   Estadio de Gran Canaria (UD Las Palmas)

o   Estadio de la Cerámica (Villareal)

o   RCDE Stadium (Espanyol) 

o   Estadio de Balaídos (Celta Vigo)

o   Municipal de Ipurua (Eibar)

o   Estadio Ciutat de València (Levante)

o   Estadio de Anoeta (Real Sociedad)

o   Municipal de Butarque (Leganés)

o   Estadio de Mendizorrotza (Alavés)

o   Estadio de Montilivi (Girona) 

o   Santiago Bernabéu (Real Madrid)

o   Wanda Metropolitano (Atlético Madrid)

 

Familiar Faces

Whether you’re watching slow-motion highlights or running straight towards the camera for a signature celebration, more LaLiga players will be instantly recognizable during matches thanks to over 200 new player head scans. You’ll never be taken out of the match experience. 

Headscans

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Just Like TV

The impressive LaLiga broadcast package from FIFA 18 is back, featuring authentic team lineup shots, scoreboards, and more. Every graphic overlay is crisp and organized, so that you can get all the information you need without having your screen get cluttered before or during matches. 

 

Whether you want to lead your favorite Spanish club to the title or you just want your FUT club to play in a famous stadium, FIFA 19 is the definitive, most comprehensive LaLiga gaming experience.  

 


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Previously On The Journey on collectionfifatips

Posted August 21st at 7:00am.

The Journey, which debuted in FIFA 17, was the first of its kind, the first FIFA story mode that focused on a single character’s career, powered by both user choice and actual match gameplay. Thanks to powerfully-rendered cinematics from the Frostbite engine, players could experience Alex Hunter’s story firsthand. The story continued in FIFA 18 with The Journey: Hunter Returns, and is about to reach its dramatic conclusion in FIFA 19 with The Journey: Champions.

Our Story Begins (The Journey)

We are introduced to Alex as he competes as a young lad for his U-11 squad in London’s Clapham Common. As the scene unfolds, we also meet many of the other members of The Journey cast: Alex’s childhood best friend Gareth Walker, his mother Catherine, father Harold, and grandfather Jim. After a dramatic penalty shootout, the story jumps ahead seven years to an “exit trial” at the National Football Academy in which both Alex and Gareth compete to impress Premier League scouts. This is where Alex meets Danny Williams, another promising player competing in the exit trials who gives Alex a hard time throughout the event.

After Alex completes the exit trial, he is approached by football agent Michael Taylor and eventually hires him to be his first agent. Michael gets Alex a professional contract with the Premier League club of his choice, and we later find out that Gareth also signed for the same club. The two young players attend preseason in the United States together, but Alex only plays for the club for a brief time when he finds out that the club has signed a superstar—which means that he’s going on loan to a Championship club.

As soon as Alex arrives at his new club, he runs into an old “friend”—Danny Williams. Alex impresses on loan alongside Danny as the two develop a close partnership (and friendship), but he gets a sudden recall to his parent club in the middle of the season. We find out that this was due to Gareth’s leaving of the club—for their biggest rival—and Alex is meant to fill his old friend’s boots.

Solid performances upon his return to the club earn Alex a spot in the starting XI in the FA Cup final against their biggest rivals—and his old pal Gareth. Despite a fairly tense conversation before the match in which Gareth goes a bit too far, the two briefly reconcile on the pitch afterwards—regardless of who wins the match.

The Journey wraps up with Alex and Danny playing FIFA when Alex finds out that he’s been placed on a shortlist of players likely to get a call-up to the England national team in the near future.

Alex's First Big Move (The Journey: Hunter Returns)

Now that he has re-established himself with his Premier League club, Alex heads to preseason in the United States to take on the likes of Real Madrid and the Los Angeles Galaxy. At the end of his time in Los Angeles, Alex runs into his estranged father Harold, who lives in the United States and wants to reconnect.
After the club returns to England, Michael Taylor contacts Alex to tell him that Real Madrid want to buy him. Fresh off facing Real in the USA and meeting Cristiano Ronaldo, Alex pushes for this dream move by handing in a transfer request. The entire deal turns out to be fake and falls through, ruining Alex’s reputation with the club and its fans.

With few options left and the window closing soon, Alex chooses to transfer to the LA Galaxy after Harold calls him and helps initiate a move. Alex regains his form and confidence in MLS, helping the Galaxy reach the Playoffs (and maybe more). He also meets Kim Hunter, his half-sister that Harold had never told him about. Although he originally wanted nothing to do with Kim, Alex puts the grudge against his father aside and supports his half-sister as she earns her first call-up to the US Women’s National Team.

Alex’s impressive run in MLS gets the football world buzzing, and he is courted by some of the biggest clubs in Europe in the offseason. After he makes his decision and has a promising start with his new team, Alex gets a serious knee injury that keeps him out of action for months. The club ends up sending Alex to Los Angeles for rehabilitation, which gives him another chance to bond (and eventually train with) Kim.

Once he is fully cleared by the doctors, Alex goes back to Europe to re-join his club for the remainder of the season. He impresses with some solid performances to close out the season, followed by a celebratory return to Los Angeles with his grandfather Jim. After an emotional first meeting between Jim and Kim, Alex gets a call from an agent that represents some of his teammates. She requests a meeting, telling him that if he were her client he would “be a Real Madrid player right now.”

Learn more about the upcoming finale to the story, The Journey: Champions in FIFA 19. For the first time in the series, you can play the complete stories of Alex, Danny, and Kim as they strive to take their careers to a new level.

-Spenser Davis


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collectionfifatips – FIFA 19 PC Specs – EA SPORTS

Posted August 23rd at 4:00pm.

FIFA 19 comes to life on PC thanks to the integration of the prestigious UEFA Champions League, a refreshed Kick-Off mode experience, and a variety of new gameplay features. 

 

Origin Access Premier is the ultimate place to play FIFA 19 (and other new EA releases) early on your PC — the full game, not a trial. Members also have access to over 100 other PC titles from EA and other publishers, save 10% on additional Origin purchases, and more. Check out Origin Access Premier for more information on features and pricing. 

FIFA 19 releases on September 28, or on September 20 for Origin Access members. 

Find out what the minimum and recommended PC system requirements to run FIFA 19 are below. 

 

PC System Requirements

MINIMUM: 

OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 – 64-Bit 

CPU: Core i3-2100 @ 3.1GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.4 GHz 

RAM: 8 GB 

DISC DRIVE: DVD ROM drive required for installation only 

HARD DRIVE: At least 50 GB of free space 

VIDEO: NVIDIA GTX 460 1GB or AMD Radeon R7 260 

DirectX: DirectX 11 compatible (7 required for DirectX 11) 

INPUT: Keyboard and mouse, dual analog controller 

ONLINE CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS: Internet connection required to install and play.

 

RECOMMENDED: 

OS: Windows 10 – 64-Bit 

CPU: Intel i3 6300T or equivalent 

RAM: 8 GB 

DISC DRIVE: DVD ROM drive required for installation only 

HARD DRIVE: At least 50 GB of free space 

VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon R9 270X 

DirectX: DirectX 12 compatible 

INPUT: Keyboard and mouse, dual analog controller 

ONLINE CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS: Internet connection required to install and play.


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collectionfifatips | How to Play FIFA 19 First – EA SPORTS

Posted August 23rd at 4:00pm.

Want to get your hands on FIFA 19 early? 

Even though FIFA 19 releases worldwide on September 28, there are plenty of ways to jump the line and start playing the most popular football game in the world before that. 

To play the full game at the earliest possible date, join Origin Access Premier and play FIFA 19 on PC starting on September 20. Over 100 other PC titles are also available to Origin Access Premier members. For more information and pricing, check out the Origin Access Premier page. 

 

Subscribers to EA Access on Xbox One can play a 10-hour trial of FIFA 19 starting on September 20, then get 10% off the full game after launch. Learn more about EA Access on Xbox One. 

 

Anyone who pre-ordered FIFA 19 Champions Edition or Ultimate Edition on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC can start playing the full game on September 25. Nintendo Switch users who pre-order the Champions Edition can also start playing on September 25. There's still time to pre-order FIFA 19 so that you can play early and get a variety of bonus content to give your FUT squad a boost from day one. 

The full game launches worldwide on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on September 28. 

 

Discover everything new coming to FIFA 19, including the UEFA Champions League, fresh Kick-Off mode experience, and more. 


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collectionfifatips | FIFA 19 Soundtrack, featuring Childish Gambino, Gorillaz, Logic, and More

Posted August 31st at 6:00am.

It isn’t bragging if it’s true: the largest sports videogame franchise in the world also has the most influential global soundtrack series in video game history. 

When the goal is to deliver a truly international soundtrack that reflects the World's Game, you have to rewrite the rules with every new release. For FIFA 19, the choices are bolder and the vibe is stronger. Just like the game itself, the excitement around the soundtrack is always unpredictable, unprecedented, and 100% undeniably FIFA. 

Get that same vibe on your FIFA Ultimate Team squad by snagging FUT content designed by some of the most popular soundtrack artists when you pre-order FIFA 19.*

Featured Musicians on the FIFA 19 Soundtrack

This year, the EA SPORTS™ FIFA19 soundtrack raises the stakes yet again, featuring:   

  • Hot tracks from superstars like Childish Gambino, Gorillaz, Logic, Jacob Banks, Crystal Fighters, and supergroup LSD (Labrinth, Sia & Diplo).
  • New music from Scotland’s award-winning trio Young Fathers, UK neo-soul collective Jungle, and Aussie indie stars Mansionair.
  • Buzzworthy breakthrough artists, like American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, Manchester grime rapper Bugzy Malone, London soul man Stealth, German producer/performer NoMBe, UK rapper Octavian, Oslo DJ Bearson, French-American rapper Bas feat. J. Cole,and UK singer-songwriter Sam Fender.
  • The eagerly-awaited final chapter of The Journey features a gorgeous, dramatic original score by Academy Award® winner Hans Zimmer (The Lion King, Gladiator, The Dark Knight Trilogy) and Lorne Balfe (Pacific Rim Uprising, Mission: Impossible – Fallout).

FIFA 19 launches worldwide on September 28, but you can hear the soundtrack on Spotify now.

You can also pre-order the FIFA 19 score by award-winning composer Hans Zimmer on iTunes today and get a free download of “Intimidation Game” immediately.

Show Off Your Swag

Get FIFA Ultimate Team kits designed by Imagine Dragons, CHVRCHES, Logic, Jungle, and Brazilian MC Emicida by pre-ordering any copy of FIFA 19. 

Music From Around the World

FIFA 19 boasts 43 tracks representing more than 16 countries to create another one-of-a-kind international musical experience. It’s where UK rock, Scottish hip hop, and Swedish post-punk meets South Korean EDM, Colombian pop, and Zimbabwe bangers. It’s where superstars premiere new music, where unknown acts reach a global audience, and where gamers worldwide discover it all. It defies genres, erases borders, and introduces you to your favorite new artists and songs. From consoles, to Spotify, to stadiums around the world, this is the sound of the world’s game this season.

 

Here’s the Full EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 Soundtrack list:

ARTIST

SONG

COUNTRY

Andreya Triana

Beautiful People

UK

Atomic Drum Assembly

Island Life

UK

Bakar

Big Dreams

UK

Bantu & Dr. Chaii

Jackie Chan

Zimbabwe

Bas

Tribe feat. J. Cole

USA

BC Unidos

Take It Easy feat. U.S. Girls and Ledinsky

Sweden

Bearson

It's Not This feat. Lemaitre and Josh Pan

Norway

Billie Eilish

you should see me in a crown

USA

Bob Moses

Heaven Only Knows

CAN

Broods

Peach

New Zealand

Bugzy Malone

Ordinary People

UK

Childish Gambino

Feels Like Summer

USA

Confidence Man

Out The Window

AUS

Courtney Barnett

City Looks Pretty

AUS

Crystal Fighters

Another Level

UK/SPAIN

Death Cab For Cutie

Gold Rush

USA

Easy Life

Pockets

UK

Ghali

Habibi

ITALY

Gizmo Varillas & Baio

Losing You (Baio Remix)

SPAIN/USA

Gorillaz

Sorcererz

UK

Husky Loops feat. MEI & Count Counsellor

Everytime I Run

UK

Jacob Banks

Love Ain’t Enough

UK

Jungle

Beat 54 (All Good Now)

UK

Kojey Radical

Water with Mahalia & Swindle

UK

LADAMA

Porro Maracatu (TOY SELECTAH Remix)

Brazil/COL/Venezuela/USA

Lao Ra

Pa’lante

COLOMBIA

Logic

Warm It Up feat. Young Sinatra

USA

LSD (Labrinth, Sia, Diplo)

Genius

USA

Mansionair

Violet City

AUS

No/Me

Consistent

USA

NoMBe

Drama feat. Big Data

GER/USA

Ocean Wisdom

Tom & Jerry

UK

Octavian

Lightning

UK

Peggy Gou

It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)

SOUTH KOREA

Sam Fender

Play God

UK

Stealth

Truth Is

UK

Stereo Honey

Where No One Knows Your Name

UK

SUN SILVA

Blue Light

UK

Tom Misch

Good To Be Home feat. Loyle Carner, Barney Artist, Rebel Kleff

UK

Tove Styrke

Sway

SWEDEN

Wovoka Gentle

1000 Opera Singers Working In Starbucks

UK

Yolanda Be Cool

Musika feat. Kwanzaa Posse

AUS/South Africa

Young Fathers

Border Girl

SCOTLAND


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