19 Burst results for "Kali Uchis"

"kali uchis" Discussed on Direct from Hollywood

Direct from Hollywood

02:11 min | Last month

"kali uchis" Discussed on Direct from Hollywood

"Hollywood with ryan seacrest. Golly she says exploded onto the scene this year thanks to bilingual crossover hit tele fatiha which is so full modern and summary but like a lot of songs. This one has one foot in the past and our other in hispanic roots to experiment with all sorts of genres at probably has a lot to do with the music. She grew up on. She does interview. I spent most of my time with my aunt and uncle and we played a lot of music. My aunt listens to a lot of polaris columbia salsa mexican music basically music from everywhere in latin america. She says my uncle is mexican but from california so he's to play a lot of oldies television. Now that's direct from hollywood. I'm robert conti chief of the metropolitan police department. And i need your help. Dangerous driving on dc streets has risen dramatically resulting tragic fatalities together. We can reverse this trend so join me in our commitment to adopt safe driving behaviours in the district never spe- drive impaired or drive distracted too much at stake to be careless behind the wheel in our officers are committed to a safer community. And you should too. Please help us by ending all dangerous driving behaviors. he friends. I'm janet varney. And i was the voice of cora on the legend of cora. And i'm dante bosco. The voice of zuko on the last vendor in general iro on the legend of cora. And we're your hosts for braving the elements nickelodeon podcasts celebrating. All things avatar verse. We'll recap discuss every episode of the last heir vendor and the legend of core. But the podcast is so much more than that. We have amazing guests from all aspects of the series from the creator so the cast to the other creative and brilliant minds behind all the things that make this universe so special. Is it rude that whenever they describe a hybrid animal. I think about if it would be delicious or not. Listen i got the fire inside. Sue you got the fire inside. That will never ever die whether you're a bender or non bender. Everybody's welcome even if you're not from the fire nation so come hang out with us avatar verse. Listen to avatar braving the elements on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast so you go penguins selling with me..

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Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

"The sun stretched to ten point halftime lead to as many as thirty one in the second half to defeat the nuggets one twenty three to ninety eight take a two games to none lead in their Western Conference semifinal series Chris Paul had seventeen points along with fifteen assists and zero turnovers the first player to do that in three career playoff games it's a credit to our coaching staff St Jude because things that we drilled all season long it's so nice to see when I come into play and in game form especially in the playoffs the Kali Uchis had twenty four points thirteen rebounds for the nuggets George scanner Phoenix

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

"Since i was a kid i always loved. Oldies always loved music. That was like very dreamy. I used to do covers a lot of spanish songs. Like eh forget there is by janette and soured me the book. Yes osama says it done does a lot of my earlier music was because i didn't know how to produce. It was literally just samples. I've like the blackbirds literally. All my songs were of these. That i loved so definitely played a huge influence on the artists. I am today. The beginning of breaking into the industry was definitely just. When i've got my first laptop. I wanted to make documentaries in colombian i wanted to make art films and i always love making music and writing as well so i wanted to make music that accompanied there so i guess that was how i started the journey of like putting together my first little mix tape i maybe songs really quickly and i just put it out on like a website called opinion at the time and i put out these little videos that had been making it started just getting a lot of shares between people who had been around much longer than me making music mish longer than me and were very established in the industry so it was kind of embarrassing for me actually. After i realized that so many people were sharing it. I took it down off the internet. I couldn't have been eighteen because i graduated early. And i think it was my graduation year. I might have even been like seventeen going on eighteen at the time. I just was like if something that i literally made. Just messing around could get so much attention. Let me try to actually make some music. If you plus y'all yup

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How I Made It: Kali Uchis

Latino USA

02:23 min | 4 months ago

How I Made It: Kali Uchis

"Since i was a kid i always loved. Oldies always loved music. That was like very dreamy. I used to do covers a lot of spanish songs. Like eh forget there is by janette and soured me the book. Yes osama says it done does a lot of my earlier music was because i didn't know how to produce. It was literally just samples. I've like the blackbirds literally. All my songs were of these. That i loved so definitely played a huge influence on the artists. I am today. The beginning of breaking into the industry was definitely just. When i've got my first laptop. I wanted to make documentaries in colombian i wanted to make art films and i always love making music and writing as well so i wanted to make music that accompanied there so i guess that was how i started the journey of like putting together my first little mix tape i maybe songs really quickly and i just put it out on like a website called opinion at the time and i put out these little videos that had been making it started just getting a lot of shares between people who had been around much longer than me making music mish longer than me and were very established in the industry so it was kind of embarrassing for me actually. After i realized that so many people were sharing it. I took it down off the internet. I couldn't have been eighteen because i graduated early. And i think it was my graduation year. I might have even been like seventeen going on eighteen at the time. I just was like if something that i literally made. Just messing around could get so much attention. Let me try to actually make some music. If you plus y'all yup

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Latino USA

"Twenty seventeen. Kelly was dominated for both a latin grammy for collaboration with colombian megastar quantities and a grammy for best performance. And this year. She took a grammy home for her collaboration with producer. Caterina on this song. ten percent. Keep though. Kelly has always sung in both english and spanish. Her early songs and her first album were primarily in english. But in late twenty twenty. She released her first spanish language. Latin album titled seamy though which means without fear. It was considered a risky move for an artist who's fan base was primarily based in the united states still. The album has met with success a few months. After the was released. The song by dea rocketed to the top of the latin music charts. Only in this how. I made it segment where we highlight me creators. And the work. They may colucci's talks about her childhood in colombia the importance of sisterhood and why she decided to ignore those who told her not to sing in spanish. My.

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"What is the hook do for you in supporting the narrative? I think it's just a chance to like bring it back to the sort of Colin response nature of the thing that we were trying to have. If we had time to do that idea to get forty voices responding to the our member, it would have been that moment, but it's just it's that point in the party and also like it is, like you said, it's a rap song because we do so much that is in some ways challenging to how rap songs function. We generally structurally are not that challenging, right? So like the vast majority of our songs, are versa, versa versa? We're playing with that a little more these days, but that was intentional early on because we wanted to make sure everybody's still recognize these is rap songs. So we were doing things that rap songs do and then the this was the same thing. There reminds me of a similarly. Trent Resonator was always deliberate in trying to create really challenging industrial music to always. Us pop song formats. If it's unsurprising that nine inch nails makes it onto the pop charts, and you know, had overwhelming successes because underneath what are some challenging sounds is a nice little structure, although it's funny, you think of his most successful song closer has like a three minute instrumental out tro which is pretty unusual. Weird pop something. There's got to be a radio editor. I love that approaching clipping in general, and it seems especially effective for this time because it is like you're looking through a watery MIR at a society that like might in some way resemble our own. They have hooks and choruses and instruments that sound familiar, but you can't quite put your finger on then in that hard drive dipped in water is a perfect example. You're like, I think I know what this is, but I might also have no idea. It's also very similar to the Cali cheese with like this whole. I mean, it's a storm coming to sunshine where underwater coming to sunshine, all this pitch bendy stuff is always about like watery nece. It's like a metaphor for water. Yeah, this on a mount, I would have dropped the mic. Exactly. Connection? I'm sorry, did I do it too fast? That was just cut it that cut that and put it at the end. I want to ask just one more question about the deep and if you'd like we can cut it because sometimes you don't want to reveal too much. We're pretty transparent. Okay. There is an online debate about what happens in the end of the deep really haven't noticed, and I thought it would be nice. Maybe we could settle the debate or if you want open the debate even further at the end of the song, there is this giant tidal wave that supposedly takes over and smashes all of the humans right and ends that civilization. However, the very last line of the song says that we're going to let them breathe, and there's this sort of very powerful moment divide that you choose to make this connection where the underwater population sees the roots of their history in the above water population. And so some people online thought, well, if you're going to let them breathe, maybe you're actually saving them from the tidal wave. What's. Actually happening here. Well, I don't know if we decided if everyone dies or if it was just like a show of force, you know, tend to also the three of us tend to have different interpretations of what happens in our songs. But in my opinion, like it was it was a show of force and a lot of people died. Let them breathe to me was about drowning them essentially because they breathe water. Right, right. So, but it's also a reference to another clipping song to air amount. Yeah, it which was also why we through those ride on them over dubs in there because that's also from that song. And it was sort of a way of connecting our to right, like afro futurist works to one another. And like I do a lot of things sometimes to like leave ourselves open to maybe connecting things later if we wanted to not that we necessarily everwood. But this way like there was sort of a direct connection between those two worlds. So if we were to want to like make a story song that for some reason connected splendor and misery to. This world that this would be an opportunity to do that. Not that we would ever necessarily do that. I love thinking about our songs as this is sort of something we developed really while doing this blunder misery album as primary sources, right? As opposed to interpretations. So we all have different stories of the narrative of splendor and misery with the three of us all have different ideas about what happens to that character. I mean, it's a lot of overlap and a lot of similarities important to us that we actually kind of disagree on what happens, but also that those all three of those interpretations could be true, right? Given the primary source evidence that we have, which is the album we may. I write that like when you reconstruct then what actually happened that these all make sense that you could connect these lines the connecting lines. And I think the Dita's of readings is available, which in turn means that like they don't ask everybody else's reading on the internet is possible to, I mean, except the dumb ones. All interpretations are good, but the bad ones I liked it. This leaves you open to potentially be the asimov's of effort. Futurists have hop and decide that at some point in your career like, oh, no, everything was connected and just go back and sort of like, we've it all together over many generations and tens of thousands of years. It's possible. It's nice to have options. You'll have lots of projects going on right now. I was wanting to see what's going on for each of you and what's going on for Clinton. I actually don't think we can even. Is there anything we can even announce as clipping or we have a, we have a reissue of our very first release. It will have just come out. Our first untitled tape that we did for friends label def bomb arc in what year was that came out in twenty twelve, twenty twelve. So we did a vinyl reissue of that with some new remixes and great. Yeah, checkout blinds spotting if it's not out yet either when this comes out. So July twentieth or twenty seven depending on where you live. There's a movie that I've co wrote with a good friend of mine and clipping collaborator at times. Nice assume that you all are maybe working on some music on the side. We hope that you want to come and join us again when the next clipping work comes. We are, but we don't know when it's happening. And not only can we not announce it, but we can't announce it because we don't even know. Right on. Thank you gentlemen so much for joining us on the show. It's been a real pleasure. It's really fun. Yeah, thank you. Thank you. It's really exciting. Which dumb pop by Charlie Harding. Then me Nate Sloan. We are mixed and engineered by Bill. Lance designed by Lou Karras and we are a proud member of the panoply network. You can find more episodes switch on top dot com. Reach out to us their contact. It's switched on pop dot com. Twitter switched on pop, and we'll be back in again with another episode in two weeks and until then thanks for listening and thanks to you guys. It has been so much fun having you on the show and thank you again. Thank you scrape.

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"It's really interesting yeah and did she did you always know her as someone who didn't music or is this something new no we both we both met before both we will did music i mean we always like used to play guitar covers and stuff yeah like just really like for fun never yeah it's called she yes she just started like actually playing shows last year because she was living in korea in soviet cool and what's your other one my other one is a adora video and it's called lupita guitar the song and he's also from like a really close friend and he's from new york and he's actually opening the show tonight that would would and i don't know school because the kind of music he does is something that i wouldn't even know how to like call it it's pub it's rug but it's but it's like it's everything in between yeah and i don't listen to like anything similar to that but he really reminds me to a lot of things that i do listen from michael jackson onto the rolling sound like the weirdest mix also yeah i'm excited to see him tonight that's cool and less at least what were your picks nine swear some hit them and i like it because it's one of the twenty albums can be head on the end last year but this one they did with mute hi and i just like the whole sogo jill and the other son a co again might a little reiter because it's very simply of the keeper.

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"And then the other friends i toast the call grape tooth and a actually one of them twin peaks guys side aside project and and yet they only have one out so so so small they travel and but it's actually i really really really good sound like like the grading and everything like if it's really catchy and and the style the they've chosen is pretty cool and pretty different from twin peaks survey friends and and they just started like right now so to to help the new music exactly i'm excited that's i like to i'm very curious what that would be like and you need some grab arts all right so a chose friends yeah interesting right so the first one is from gloria vega friend from madrid on it's called i could cry and he's a friend of mine from school and it's really nice because she's working on her new record like i debuted record and she's actually doing it with our like our friend that produce our fish record they go from iras era so it's really interesting how he's like to see producer that we know how he's working on i'm using that he's pretty different more like acoustic but also has like we're like instruments like more violent like more like what we use so it's really cool i really like her lyrics to like the way she i don't know it's kind of like a mix between london and madrid like classical spanish writings from really in the day.

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"And what was your other one who's up by bowl terry yes he's he's like i found him in relation yeah and because he he's like this michael yeah i don't know it's like it's i thought of course every time i believe in the van like i've done it three times number always goes who's this again so we like to i toast friends okay yes i to a next foton m the sun called help i don't know if it's myself or yourself no that i read in myself but and i'm nother pitcher yeah and and he's he's from from to go actually he's the one who you know tencent rubber do you know they're selling online i've been drinking drink enough he's the voice yeah yeah we didn't believe it and we made him singing and yes and the whole album has released it's awesome really really good and i think is doing great leg sudden he's gonna play koczela and he's gonna be like big i to yeah you see and he's still nice so so nice harry potter yeah yeah and i don't know how would i describe the music though like what kind of styles likely we cannot call it looks great he's he's with bibs yeah but with more like yeah yeah like sound much corporal it's cool school and go to listen and he's like a friend you guys met touring or yes suffering of biggs yeah we're friends with them and then when we went to chicago for the first time we went out with them on their friends and it was at a house party.

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Yeah and so now that the album's done like what does it mean to you guys like listening back to it the new one the new one yeah is horrible because we all love willow it so much and it's like weird to say we much we're really proud yeah i mean it's it's it's like i love the first one i like it better than the first one so very strong so cool will you guys brought some suggestions so let's talk about that stuff i have the list do deserve one in particular you want to start with or focus on we have toes in like a to some weeks so we can go around then got it the heather say stuff about it sure if you can why you like it or what talk about i toast you know harmer's superstar yeah late night and morning and it was big destroy service in a judaism's label and everything in that yeah so he's this guy is like a weird kind of yeah yeah nvidia and i love the like the doesn't undergo care facilities nine loose krizner so yeah like i said this is it and it was like freaking out like what is this from nowadays i believe and so i've i've been putting it on the van yeah so he's named after this mall called harmer's i'm from minneapolis originally and it's a they tore it down now but it was like this really kind of like janki mall in minnesota that he named himself afterwards so yeah come from the same area but yeah.

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"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Just a song without a chorus with it and so you guys did a lot of touring did you are you able to write anything while you were touring or was this all like post tour because the way we tour it's not like on a tour where you have the day off is in the van for like twenty six everyone as hell and yet like we get to places we do interviews with some chicken just play shows party alleviated and so we really don't have like extra time and the way we do we still these record will read like the first one like really in our like own rooms where like we keep it really private like you know he's like we i don't know just the four of like rethinking we get obsessed with it and that's the way it works for us and so i mean you'll be having out on the road again are you excited for that or are you a nervous to be twenty people back in van what's your i mean do you have a favorite like touring playing live versus like recording in the studio do you have a preference and probably we enjoy being on the studio but he's not like yeah we wouldn't spend that amount of time to call it i mean we don't spend three months on the studios it's not like other restrictions in the like you're making so many decisions or the time that it's like at some point you need like.

three months
"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Do you think it's like musicianship lies you guys have gotten a little tighter as a band like yes and so what is it like i mean you know you guys sound like you're having so much fun when you like singer songs on record like what is the songwriting process for you guys is that like to per enjoyable as it really fast like how does it work out it depends on every soon some sound comes out really fast like the first single we just released them the new for you so that was really really i it was the last one we growth and you a we wrote the music lake in one day you're into this leaks came out in one night like two hours and secondly like a sentence after another one like oh my god we really have this and that is the only one that we completely recorded ourselves so that was i too i mean like i don't know everything everything was kind of easy going and i'm i but it really depends there are so many we we get stuck and say we have the versus but we cannot find occurs rely or like for example for the club in that happened like we really had a the the versus cool versus and stuff and it was kind of impossible to find occurs to our remind at the same level of quality to close it with our curse yes we like okay if we can find it.

two hours one day
"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Yeah like probably should talked about this on the last podcast but like it's so good this out it's like one of my absolute favorites of it's just like it's really impressive for debut it's so so good yeah and it's just i mean i guess before i talk about this song i mean yeah the album itself is like so stylistically diverse like it really like covers i don't wanna say most styles because it's not like there's like edm on it but like a lot of ground this covers a lot of ground there's you know there's latin influences there's hip hop influences more straightforward in be more like seventies soul a little bit of rock a little bit of latin it's just it's fantastic and i almost like i i know i picked this was hate that i picked this on because this very much feels like the one i'm focusing on it sounds very amy wine houses in a way that is not really representative of her sound overall but i do think that it's just still like one of the best songs i've heard this year like this is like i'm constantly spending it yeah but yeah it's so like wine house like throwback kind of little girl grew a little motown flavor it's just it's so good the beginning of it like the first few seconds i greece's one of my favorite movies i love that movie and for whatever reason i picked the first few seconds of the song during the scene of the high school dance familiar guys i would but it just like it really like transported me to that stall jake about yeah i guess that's what i'm getting here which is just cool and unexpected and then it sort of goes down a different path from there.

jake representative greece
"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"I i don't want to like i don't know but she probably loves that but but it it just just to totally convincing to me and when she was the some of her vocal sound a little too lana del rey influence to me and obviously you know that's probably where this is coming from i mean llanos kind of like the first one at least to be successfully like be a pop singer with those trap influence which at this point is like kind of like a five year old trend so yeah i'm kind of a on deep end but i like hard ran i think it's almost easier to be a fan of these songs especially deep end if you're not a huge fan of her to begin with which is i think that you'd be argued really good for most artists whenever they have like a pretty stark sonic shift like if you're if you've been a die hard fan forever of what they do and you want more of that it's harder to accept something new and like for me who's been a casual listener it's like it's easier to just stop on the train with this i think that's a very good point that reminds me of like liz fair which i guess i'm thinking about it because she has the the guy ville issue and we interviewed her i remember when why can't i breathe came out and everyone was like crying sellout in how bad it was but like honestly like that song as so good it's amazing song but like you see why people thought that because she was like the indy queen and then she's doing this song ever levin but like but yeah no i see what you're saying like ab it's coming into this with the wrong expectations for me.

liz levin five year
"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Oh interesting little factoid but but yeah i'm big fan so i was excited about these yeah i am too and you know yes she's always been eccentric but i've just always associated her with like the slow sad like whatever song was in new moon or one of the twilight movies like that to me is her forever vibe so this is really fun to see her comeback and just like go into something sort of different in new for herself and it works really well yeah i disagree i love her i definitely prefer her more in the sad like girl group like vaguely countrytinged territory yeah i will say i liked hard rain i think that's really interesting and the other production is so cool and i like the hip hop excuse me hip up influence in it but it's not totally overwhelming but i did find for me at least deep end was just like a little too much like i don't know just like going into the like pop and be territory and too far away from what she'd chew far and and also just like her like doing a trap influenced song like i don't i mean sure maybe she's a fan of that but it it seemed a little disingenuous or just didn't feel real to me in a way like kind of that like i don't know like i'll pop singer like does trap influence music now it's kind of like what like yeah no it just made me on the bandwagon like a real create i mean she probably does like.

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Talk which see fucking thank you to love picture congrats 'cause you made it out your mama house i hope you make enough to buy your mama house i see your watch is e with on i guess some good advice never quits on because that's the way we eat hand threat game fucking with your funky lil rap name i hear your music and i know that brad's change a bunch of folks say that that's a bad all right that was new j cole let's do an touchiest picks or to 'cause they're kind of the same yeah well together so it's lee has two new songs deep end and hard rain and they're separate tongues with their kind of the same song i mean they're not the same song but like they kind of like segue yeah yeah and they both like sonically also have hip hop influences interesting obviously she's not the only artist that sort of taking inspiration from hip hop but it's interesting to see her do that and she's always been such a sort of i don't want to say eccentric but she was goes with defer sounds and all she never sent to one so i can't wait to see what else is in store i think it was just like a great start and they both just have really good like roll off the tongue kind of courses especially the one in deep end i love and love deep end loved even so much and it's also like in for anyone else i'd almost be like okay like we get the metaphor but with hurley get never got to that point like she is very like into this metaphor but it's much kind of and i also thought it was cool that i i saw hard rain is produced by rostom.

brad lee hurley
"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kali uchis" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Hey everybody and welcome to the billboard dot com pop shop podcast my name is keith caufield in i m the co director of charts at billboard and today on the show we've got must hear music with billboards deputy editor digital joe lynch as always the billboard pop shop podcast is your one stop shop for all things pop on billboard's weekly charts in addition you can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news fun chart stats and stories new music and guests interviews with music stars and folks from the world do pop but first before we get started if you enjoy the podcast you can subscribe to us on your favorite podcast provider or i tunes and that way you won't miss a single episode and heck if you want to check out more podcasts from billboard you can visit billboard dot com slash podcasts okay so on a muster music today joe and the team will be chatting about new music from audit hyundai likly and jake cole and more now enquiring chart minds would like to know will arianna guerande get her first number one on the billboard hot one hundred chart with no tears left to cry her brand new single unbelievably arianna has yet to have a number one on the hot one hundred though she's had eight top ten singles and she's gone as high as number two with problem back in two thousand fourteen bang bang hit number three break free hit number four side to side hit number four but somehow a number one song on the hot one hundred has continued to elude the pop princess will that change with her new single only time will tell in the meantime we can hang out with joe and the team and talk all about new music on must hear music.

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