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What makes a song a smash? Talent? Luck? Timing? All that—and more. Chris Molanphy, pop-chart analyst and author of Slate’s “Why Is This Song No. 1?” series, tells tales from a half-century of chart history. Through storytelling, trivia and song snippets, Chris dissects how that song you love—or hate—dominated the airwaves, made its way to the top of the charts and shaped your memories forever.
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Hit My Music is an interview podcast that looks at the world of wrestling through the lens of music. Every two weeks, David Kincannon (Podvocacy, Everlasting Minute) sits down with someone from the world of wrestling to get insights into their taste in music, their favorite wrestling entrance themes, and the entrance themes they've used throughout their careers.
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The Caribbean & Urban American Hit Gospel Music Show with host Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm​ and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE IN SEEING HIM THROUGH AND PLACING SUCH A HIGH CALLING AND ANOINTING ON HIS LIFE.HE DIDN’T KNOW WHILE GROWING UP THAT THE DEPTHS OF HIS TRIALS ...
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When it crash-landed on the charts in 2019, Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” felt new and old at the same time: a savvy, TikTok-fueled viral hit that summarized a century of cross-cultural collisions between R&B, rap and country. It was also unexpectedly huge—a record 19 weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100—and controversial, as Billboard magazine pulled the s…
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In this special mini-episode of Hit Parade, recorded live on at Housing Works bookstore in New York City, host Chris Molanphy is joined by Dan Charnas—author of the New York Times bestseller Dilla Time, The Life and Afterlife of J Dilla, and the acclaimed The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip-Hop. They discuss Chris’s new book Old Tow…
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When it crash-landed on the charts in 2019, Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” felt new and old at the same time: a savvy, TikTok-fueled viral hit that summarized a century of cross-cultural collisions between R&B, rap and country. It was also unexpectedly huge—a record 19 weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100—and controversial, as Billboard magazine pulled the s…
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HEY! HO! LET’S GO!! Is this chant: (a) a movement of disaffected hipsters, (b) walkup music for a baseball player, or (c) a really catchy bop? How about all of the above? The legendary New York nightclub CBGB was the birthplace of punk. But it was also the future of pop: the Ramones, Talking Heads, Patti Smith, Blondie. To varying degrees, these ac…
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HEY! HO! LET’S GO!! Is this chant: (a) a movement of disaffected hipsters, (b) walkup music for a baseball player, or (c) a really catchy bop? How about all of the above? The legendary New York nightclub CBGB was the birthplace of punk. But it was also the future of pop: the Ramones, Talking Heads, Patti Smith, Blondie. To varying degrees, these ac…
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If an instrumental tops the charts, it’s probably an earworm: “Tequila.” “Wipeout.” “Dueling Banjos.” “The Hustle.” “Feels So Good.” “Chariots of Fire.” “Axel F.” You can probably whistle or hum several of those from memory. But do you remember the artists? All were one-hit wonders. By and large, instrumental hits throughout chart history were fluk…
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If an instrumental tops the charts, it’s probably an earworm: “Tequila.” “Wipeout.” “Dueling Banjos.” “The Hustle.” “Feels So Good.” “Chariots of Fire.” “Axel F.” You can probably whistle or hum several of those from memory. But do you remember the artists? All were one-hit wonders. By and large, instrumental hits throughout chart history were fluk…
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Talk about ’90s rap, and most music fans will throw around the word “gangsta” and talk about the East Coast–West Coast feud that tragically brought down Biggie and Tupac. But one rap group, OutKast, quite literally rose above the fray: At the 1995 Source Awards, while East and West were bickering with each other, OutKast’s André Benjamin took the m…
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Talk about ’90s rap, and most music fans will throw around the word “gangsta” and talk about the East Coast–West Coast feud that tragically brought down Biggie and Tupac. But one rap group, OutKast, quite literally rose above the fray: At the 1995 Source Awards, while East and West were bickering with each other, OutKast’s André Benjamin took the m…
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What do Lenny Kravitz, a hitmaker primarily in the ’90s and ’00s, and Bruno Mars, a 2010s–20s hitmaker, have in common? It turns out, a lot: Each man has a wide-ranging ethnic and musical background, with early exposure to unusual sides of showbiz. Each has scored hits in a variety of styles. They are admirers of each other’s work and have even per…
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What do Lenny Kravitz, a hitmaker primarily in the ’90s and ’00s, and Bruno Mars, a 2010s–20s hitmaker, have in common? It turns out, a lot: Each man has a wide-ranging ethnic and musical background, with early exposure to unusual sides of showbiz. Each has scored hits in a variety of styles. They are admirers of each other’s work and have even per…
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Today, the Pointer Sisters are mostly remembered for their flurry of ’80s hits, especially the “Excited” one about losing control and liking it. But their musical history is far more varied: jazz standards? Civil rights–era funk? Country music? Yacht rock? The Pointers applied their impeccable sibling harmonies to all of it. Billboard ranks the Poi…
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Today, the Pointer Sisters are mostly remembered for their flurry of ’80s hits, especially the “Excited” one about losing control and liking it. But their musical history is far more varied: jazz standards? Civil rights–era funk? Country music? Yacht rock? The Pointers applied their impeccable sibling harmonies to all of it. Billboard ranks the Poi…
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In the ’90s, U.K. rock was by Britons, for Britons. The music of the U.K. indie, Madchester and shoegaze scenes fused together into a new wave of guitar bands with punk energy, laddish lyrics and danceable grooves. They called it Britpop. In the motherland, Britpop set the charts alight: Blur faced off against Oasis. Pulp poked fun at the class sys…
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In the ’90s, U.K. rock was by Britons, for Britons. The music of the U.K. indie, Madchester and shoegaze scenes fused together into a new wave of guitar bands with punk energy, laddish lyrics and danceable grooves. They called it Britpop. In the motherland, Britpop set the charts alight: Blur faced off against Oasis. Pulp poked fun at the class sys…
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Before 1964, British bands couldn’t get anywhere on the U.S. charts. Then suddenly, after a certain Fab Four broke, they were everywhere. By 1965, they had locked down our Top 10. In 1981, a new generation of U.K. acts armed with synthesizers were largely shut out of the Hot 100 once again. But then a new video channel called MTV changed the game—h…
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Before 1964, British bands couldn’t get anywhere on the U.S. charts. Then suddenly, after a certain Fab Four broke, they were everywhere. By 1965, they had locked down our Top 10. In 1981, a new generation of U.K. acts armed with synthesizers were largely shut out of the Hot 100 once again. But then a new video channel called MTV changed the game—h…
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Alecia Moore was so fearless, they put an exclamation point in her name. Pink—a.k.a. P!nk—was full of bravado from the moment she broke at the turn of the millennium, singing a frothy style of teen pop&B. She was promoted as ethnically ambiguous and sold to white and Black audiences as a sassy Total Request Live starlet. She even joined an all-star…
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Alecia Moore was so fearless, they put an exclamation point in her name. Pink—a.k.a. P!nk—was full of bravado from the moment she broke at the turn of the millennium, singing a frothy style of teen pop&B. She was promoted as ethnically ambiguous and sold to white and Black audiences as a sassy Total Request Live starlet. She even joined an all-star…
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Caribbean & Urban American Hit Gospel Show With your hosts, Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE…
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Caribbean & Urban American Hit Gospel Show With your hosts, Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE…
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One of the most improbable blockbuster successes of the ’90s was Hootie and the Blowfish: a South Carolina bar band fronted by a Black lead singer that played jangly alt-pop. That singer, Darius Rucker, built a career that’s one of a kind. Rucker’s tastes growing up were eclectic, as were the influences on his young bandmates. Their Cracked Rear Vi…
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Caribbean & Urban American Hit Gospel Show With your hosts, Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE…
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Caribbean & Urban American Hit Gospel Show With your hosts, Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE…
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One of the most improbable blockbuster successes of the ’90s was Hootie and the Blowfish: a South Carolina bar band fronted by a Black lead singer that played jangly alt-pop. That singer, Darius Rucker, built a career that’s one of a kind. Rucker’s tastes growing up were eclectic, as were the influences on his young bandmates. Their Cracked Rear Vi…
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Caribbean & Urban American Hit Gospel Show With your hosts, Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE…
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Caribbean & Urban Hit Gospel Show 😎💥😇Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE IN SEEING HIM THROUGH …
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Caribbean & Urban Hit Gospel Show 😎💥😇Landlord & Mike D bring to you on Christian Living Radio the absolute best in Christian & Gospel music, each this show airs on Wednesday's 2 pm and again on Saturday at 2 pm MST BORN ORLANDO FRANCIS IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS IN EXTREME POVERTY, LANDLORD CAN ONLY PRAISE GOD FOR HIS MERCY AND GRACE IN SEEING HIM THROUGH …
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The story of Fleetwood Mac is an oft-told rock n’ roll tale: British blues-rock band sells poorly until two Americans join, bringing California vibes and lots of drama. Everybody fights, cheats, drugs, and boozes. Out pops Rumours and tons of hits. It’s more complicated than that. Those two Americans—Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham—got all the …
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