David Longoria has found a new Playground…
The Latino music producer enters Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart (dated October 13) at No. 48 with “Playground,” featuring vocals from Dallas Lovato.
It’s the third chart appearance for the trumpet player and first since his instrumental “Zoon Baloomba” zoomed to No. 21 in 2012. That followed what remains Longoria’s biggest hit, “Deeper Love,” featuring CeCe Peniston (No. 14, 2005).
“Playground” was remixed by Stonebridge & Damian Hall, Robert Eibach and Drew G., among a host of others.
For Dallas, Demi’s older sister, the track marks her first Billboard chart appearance. She tells Billboard, “If music is supposed to be how feelings sound, then ‘Playground’ definitely awakens the senses. It hits your ears like a party, gets stuck in your head in the best way and travels to your toes, making you have to dance. You can’t listen to the song without instantly feeling excited, like you’re transported to a rave on the beach in Rio!”
Following Demi Lovato’s recent No. 22 peak as featured on Clean Bandit‘s “Solo,” Dallas says, “It’s surreal to be on the same Billboard chart that my sister was on just a few weeks ago, and an honor to work with such great music creators like David.”