In the early 2000s, the world was introduced to the concept of Top 40 music, the top 100 hits in the world.
Today, it is a phenomenon that is on the rise.
From Japan to the United States, music fans are looking for the best songs to listen to.
In Asia, it’s a different story.
In fact, the Top 40 chart has grown to be one of the most popular in the country.
It is also one of Asia’s fastest-growing music genres, with the genre now playing a big part in the growth of Chinese music.
Top 40 in Asia is a niche in a country that is known for its pop music.
While there are many Asian pop artists on the chart, there are few that have an audience in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
But it is the Top 30 and 30XX genre of music that dominates.
The popularity of this genre is largely attributed to the popularity of its music videos.
The most famous Top 30X video is by Chinese singer-songwriter Jia Ning, whose career has been on a downward spiral ever since she released a new song, “No More Love.”
The video, which has gone viral, shows Ning singing along to a track that is about an older woman who suffers from dementia.
Ning was awarded the Best New Artist award at the 2010 World Music Awards in Beijing.
Her new album, “Fool,” is available for download in the U.K. and U.S. and has earned a lot of buzz among Chinese fans.
Her music videos also have been gaining popularity in the West.
In the United State, the biggest hit song of the year is by English singer-rapper Nicki Minaj, whose song “Love Yourself” is a hit in the UK and U!
It was recently released on YouTube and has garnered millions of views on its video.
In Hong Kong, the Chinese pop-pop hit “Lolita” is also being watched by Chinese fans in the west.
Meanwhile, in the Philippines, the Philippines is ranked as Asia’s most popular music market.
In China, it has been the most visited country for the past five years, and in the past two years, the number of visitors to the country has increased from nearly 20 million to nearly 50 million.
This has attracted many Chinese tourists, who come to enjoy the country’s culture, its people, its art and its history.
One of the biggest trends that have occurred in Asia in recent years is the popularity and success of pop music, which is seen as a way to express emotions.
In Japan, it was the only genre that has grown in popularity, and it has helped boost the countrys economy.
This trend is also evident in Korea, the home of Korean pop music and is a major entertainment hub for the country, where music is a key part of everyday life.
In Indonesia, where pop music is more popular, it became a major success, and since 2010, there have been more than two million visits to Indonesia.
In Thailand, it now dominates the country and the music industry is in the midst of a boom.
It has helped to attract new artists to the industry and also to the Thai music industry as well, which grew rapidly.
In Singapore, music is the second biggest music genre after rap and rock.
In Malaysia, the country with the largest music industry, the music market is also the most profitable in the region, and there are signs that the genre is growing in popularity.
But the trend is not just in Asia.
The music scene in the Middle East is also taking off.
The Middle East has the world’s largest Middle Eastern population and is expected to become one of its biggest markets in the coming years.
This region, known as the Arab World, is experiencing a renaissance of its own, with artists from Saudi Arabia to Egypt reaching the international stage and attracting global attention.
The world is witnessing a major shift in music, with some of the highest-profile artists from the Middle-East taking their music to the world stage.
The global music market in the Arab world has also grown dramatically.
In Qatar, which was once a hotbed of popular music, its music scene has seen an explosion in popularity in recent months, with new artists appearing on the international scene.
The region is also experiencing a boom in the production of music, especially for electronic dance music (EDM).
The popularity in this region is not limited to young people either, with an increasing number of producers and DJs turning their skills into an international career.
The country has also seen a rise in the number and number of young artists who have been signed to major labels, and the country is on track to become the number one music market for the year 2020.
A lot of the people who live in the cities in the Arabian Gulf, including Qatar, have a very big influence on the music scene there.
For example, when the Saudi King Abdullah was inaugurated