Miami Music Week: Which Track Reigned Supreme?

By Adam Stewart

Have you recovered yet? We barely have. And now that everyone is home and chasing down the hot tunes that they can’t shake from their craniums, we’re asking the fans what they think the biggest track of Miami Music Week was. With so many great new tunes popping up on the scene, there are lots to choose from. Every year brings an unofficial anthem of the festival, like Pryda’s “Pjanoo” in 2008, David Guetta’s “When Love Takes Over” from 2009 and Swedish House Mafia’s “One” in 2010. Which song from this year’s version will end up permanently spinning on our iPods?

The MTV News staff has narrowed it down to what we feel the biggest tracks that we seemed to hear everywhere we went. The Swedes nearly blew up Masquerade Motel with “Save the World,” and Above & Beyond’s “Sun & Moon” set the Ice Palace on fire. Tiësto, Mark Knight and Dino’s “Beautiful World,” and the Skrillex remix of Benassi’s “Cinema” were fan faves at Ultra Music Festival. And you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing Calvin Harris’ “Awooga,” or Dirty South’s remix of Diddy Dirty Money’s “Coming Home.”

These tracks were all the rage, and they certainly tickled our eardrums everywhere we turned. So spread the word, send to all of your friends, and rally the troops to get the most votes for your favorite. Who will come out on top? It’s in your hands! And be sure to grab these tracks and more music from Miami Music week at Beatport.com!

Did we miss any songs? What are your favorites from Miami Music Week? Let us know in the comments!