Beat100 Had A Unexpected Finish in the Music Charts with a Young Woman Named Kate Claussen

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Beat100's Kate Claussen (16) from Southend on sea in the UK has had thousands of views on her cover of Regina Spektors song, 'Samson'. Kate is clearly a talent to be reckoned with has her Beat100 social wall has been filled with tributes from all over the globe.

Winner of the Music charts Beat100

Kate Claussen

November was perhaps the best month yet for Beat100 with more and more uploads entering the charts sparking more registrations from artists friends & families who have then been since glued to the site utilizing the social networking department.

Beat100 wraps up another month of friendly rivalry among users all aiming for the top spot to grab some of that prize pool. November was perhaps the best month yet for Beat100 with more and more uploads entering the charts sparking more registrations from artists friends & families who have then been since glued to the site utilizing the social networking department. Beat100 has really started to take form as a platform that can launch undiscovered talent worldwide, the site has already unearthed a gem in Essex group 'Us & Her' who remain in the music chart for Decembers competition.

November's Music Chart had an unexpected finish with a young woman named Kate Claussen jumping two spots to snatch first place after lying in third position for almost the entire month, this web-based behavior just shows the true power of social networking & that Beat100 has only just started to scratch the surface.

Kate Claussen (16) from Southend on sea in the UK has had thousands of views on her cover of Regina Spektors song, 'Samson'. Kate is clearly a talent to be reckoned with has her Beat100 social wall has been filled with tributes from all over the globe. Kate is now the highest ever voted for video on Beat100 & even though the site is still in its early stages it is quite some achievement.

Coming second in the Beat100 Music chart and bagging $200 was Brazilian Rogerio Vaz. Rogerio is 19 years old & lives in Rio de Janeiro, after receiving an acoustic guitar for his 16th birthday Rogerio taught himself the basics to play & perform stating;

"I learned to play the guitar by myself but the singing just comes from the heart." - Rogerio Vaz, Rio de Janeiro When asked about what thoughts Rogerio had on Beat100 the Brazilian said;

"Beat100 is an awesome website, It allows us to share our passion with people from all around the globe. I really think that people created Beat100 to find awesome talents like "Us and Her", I guess we'll find a lot more talent on this website!"

Rogerio's upload is an acoustic performance of Michael Jackson's mega hit 'Human Nature' & has gained a lot of British fans highlighting yet another strength of Beat100 being able to link up talent from two completely different sides of the world. Rogério Vaz - Human Nature (Michael Jackson

In Third place for Beat100 November Music Chart was Essex band 'Remember December' who consist of Jazmine Stiles-Howard (Vocals), Sam Gallivan (Lead Guitarist), Jamie Warren (Rhythm Guitarist), Josh Gallager (Bassist) & Charles Carter (Drummer). The five members are all teenagers and have tasted success at an early stage and continue looking for more with a string of live shows, the first being at Chinnerys, Southends premier live venue on the 20th January 2012.

Beat100’s alternative Video Lifestyle Chart also came up trumps with a new style of video topping the list. Many of the uploads are of extreme sports such as skateboarding & BMX riders pulling off wild stunts however Turkish born 19 old Ozan Kilinchan decided there was no need for the ‘extreme’ and uploaded an edited clip of a basketball match which heavily featured Ozan scoring and setting up his team mates. The video has attracted a lot of sport enthusiasts attention and proves that Beat100 could also be a platform for sport scouts to see athletes & players that would not normally have the chance to be see. Ozan picked up the $200 prize with his efforts and Beat100 users votes.

Second & third place have decided that extreme sports are definitely the way forward and it doesn’t get better than in the form of a BMX and a couple of half-pipes. Brazil picked up its second prize out of the two charts with hit video ‘BMX – Georgetown’ which shows a young rider tricking out various ramps and other objects. This type of video seems to be a popular upload on Beat100, it’s got to the point where users are competing from one side of the world to another.

Scott Donovan has been in previous months competitions but keeps coming back for more at the Beat100 social networks request. Scott Donovan features in this BMX edit shot at legacy xs skate park on October 28th. Looking to become a pro, Scott hopes that Beat100 will allow the intended people to watch and fulfill any young riders dream. It's just yet another example of Beat100 acting as a launch pad for the very talented yet un-noticed. Scott has already entered a video in Decembers chart which can be seen at Beat100.com. Check out all the latest chart entries for Decembers competition at Beat100.com.

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