Wouter de Vink
By Wouter de Vink

It’s time again to vote for the best tracks that deserve a place in the Q-dance Hardstyle Top 100 2020. The election of the annual hitlist has just started: which 10 records are you going to submit?

READ: This is last year’s Hardstyle Top 100 (2019)

2020 is an extraordinary year. With (unfortunately) just a few events, but one with a lot of great hardstyle tracks. The list of options for the Hardstyle Top 100 this year is therefore enormous: in total more than a thousand tracks have been released by all artists, from which you can choose your personal top 10.

You have some time, but don’t wait too long because the voting will close at on the 24th of December. After these have all been counted, the Q-dance Hardstyle Top 100 2020 will be presented on New Year’s Eve (31st of December). So we are entering the new year with a bang, with the most popular tracks of recent times. To refresh your memory, we have listed the former winners for you down below.

In an earlier interview, the organization Q-dance indicated that it is important to hold an election like the Hardstyle Top 100 every year. “As founding fathers of hardstyle, we believe it is our responsibility to end the year in style and to look back on the musical highlights. In addition, we think it is important to give extra attention to artists who have made a significant contribution to hardstyle in the past year.”

Winners of the Q-dance Hardstyle Top 100 in recent years:

2019: D-Block & S-te-Fan & Sub Zero Project – ‘Darkest Hour (The Clock)’
2018: Ran-D – ‘Hurricane’
2017: Headhunterz –  ‘Destiny’
2016: ANDY SVGE – ‘Gravity’
2015: Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators – ‘Solar’
2014: E-Force – ‘Seven’
2013: Brennan Heart & Jonathan Mendelsohn – Imaginary’

Who will be number 1 in the Q-dance Hardstyle Top 100 2020?

You can now cast your vote via Q-dance.com/Top100. Who will finish on top this year and receive the coveted Q-dance Golden Record?

Cover image taken from Facebook page Q-dance

Add a comment