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Playlist - Wireless Festival 2014 by the man in charge

Playlist - Wireless Festival 2014 by the man in charge
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Wireless Festival marks its tenth birthday with a moving, taking place at London’s Finsbury Park for and Birmingham’s Perry Park for the first time next week (4-6 July). With Kanye West, Drake and Bruno Mars headlining, plus the likes of Pharrell Williams, Rudimental, OutKast, Tinie Tempah, Ellie Goulding and Salt N Pepa on the bill, promoter Steve Homer gives us his person picks from the bill.

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Drake – Best I Ever Had

“Second time headline for Wireless has an amazing connection with the audience this always reminds me of the first time I saw him perform.”

Salt N Pepa – Push It

“What more can you say perfect track for summer festivals.”

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Basement Jaxx – Red Alert

“From the very first year of Wireless to the current day, still one of the best live acts you will see, their show crammed with big tunes.”

Indiana – Solo Dancing

“The voice and the arrangement makes this a stand out song, cant wait to see how people react live.”

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Tinie Tempah – Lover Not A Fighter

“My boy! Wireless regular and never ever disappoints he is one of the hardest acts for anyone to follow.”

Pharrell – Rock Star

“Not really a pharrell track, but such a great song he can’t ignore it for his live show.”

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Outkast – B.O.B

“They started Coachella with this song and it just has that feeling of being in the presence of greatness.”

Iggy Azalea – Bounce

“One of the standout tracks of the last year, great to hear it live.”

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Bruno Mars – Treasure

“Too many songs to choose from, live he just goes to another level. You will not believe he hasn’t been doing this for 40 years!”

YG – Who Do You Love?

“First time in the UK this summer, certainly wont be the last. A standout track for me.”

For the full line-up and latest ticket news for both sites head to Wirelessfestival.co.uk.


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