Indie Rotation: Without Official Reunion, Day26 Leads Top 10 Most Played Independent Singles

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The Day26 reunion movement has kicked off and it is gaining momentum. For the second straight week, the leak of "My Turn" owns the top position on Singersroom's Indie Rotation. No official statement on a possible reunion has been released; Robert Curry, Brian Andrews, Willie Taylor, and Michael McCluney are still pursuing solo careers.

Olivia has become more famous for being a reality television personality rather than her music talent. In search for identifying a creative direction that resonates with an audience, she signed with producer Jerry Wonda. This week Olivia dropped the "Love Like This" remix featuring Tank; on the record she expresses confusion about all things love, going back and forth with Tank about love’s perplexities. Based on the response, Olivia’s focus in the studio is hitting the pulse of fans that have her in the top of Singersroom's Indie Rotation.

SenZe is a fresh face that is determined not to be categorized as Pop. His new single "Slow" is evidence that his style pulls strictly from urban music genres. The seductive record is backed by chopped and screwed style of production, which influenced his residence in Houston. He is expected to release a full EP featuring his latest single.

JoJo’s career is in music business purgatory, she releases random tracks, but no official album is expected due to legal issues. She recently repurposed "Anything", a song that was included on her 2006 album "The High Road," with the assistance of producer Francesco and rapper Casey Veggies. The free download adds to the list of reasons her legal issues need to be resolved for fans.

View the complete list of artists that earned spots on the top independent singles of the week.

Singersroom's "Indie Rotation" is a weekly evaluation of the latest singles, leaks and releases from independent artists. Each Saturday we will deliver a list that showcases the week's hottest records based on our editorial staff, listeners’ feedback and spins.

Day26 - My Turn

Day26 – My Turn

My Turn” is a solid R&B record that should make your bedroom romping playlist. A year after calling it quits, Day26 has been in the studio recording, so keep your hopes up for a comeback.

Olivia - Love Like This (Remix) Featuring Tank

Olivia – Love Like This (Remix) Featuring Tank

Love Like This (Remix)” is the first single from music producer Cisco Rosado’s upcoming compilation album.

SenZe - SLow

SenZe – SLow

Slow“Produced by Walk One Productions, the soulful ballad sees the indie singer- songwriter taking his time while pleasing a lover. What woman wouldn’t like that?

JoJo - Anthing (Remix) Featuring Casey Veggies & Francesco

JoJo – Anthing (Remix) Featuring Casey Veggies & Francesco

Jojo belts nothing but sweetest on the remix to her cut “Anything,” featuring rapper Casey Veggies and musician Francesco.

Staasia Daniels - No Matter What

Staasia Daniels – No Matter What

Indie singer-songwriter Staasia Daniels dips into the nostalgic vibes of the late 80’s early 90’s for inspiration on “No Matter What.” View the entire list of artists that earned spots on the top independent singles of the week.

Pure Syke - PLay Wit Ya Body

Pure Syke – PLay Wit Ya Body

SWV’s Taj steps behind the scenes with the launch of her new male R&B group Pure Skye. Their introduction to the world comes in the form of “Play Wit Ya Body,” a seductive record about satisfying a lover.

Lorine Chia - No New Friends

Lorine Chia – No New Friends

With an abundance of new faces introducing themself into her life, the choice to cover Drake’s “No New Friends” makes perfect sense.

Georgia Reign - Wet

Georgia Reign – Wet

Things are getting a bit drenched on Georgia Reign’s interlude “Wet,” as the sultry songbird sings about her man’s abilities able to arouse her senses.

Mack Wilds - Henny

Mack Wilds – Henny

It’s not always an easy task to cross over into another leg of the entertainment industry, but Wilds is serving up some heat with “Henny,” his follow up to “Own It.”

Torica - Play Dumb

Torica – Play Dumb

Torica knows “what he wants” but she’s just trying to “Play Dumb” on her brand new R&B/Pop single. On the bouncy record, she leads her suitor to believe in one thing while she’s thinking another.

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