Music Report: April 2nd– April 8th, 2018

WZZA THE SOUL OF THE SHOALS
RADIO MUSIC REPORT
The Shoals, Alabama – 256-381-1862
April 2nd thru April 8th 2018

TOP FIVE:

Artist

Title

Label

The Weeknd f/Kendrick Lamar

Pray For Me

Republic

Neyo

Good Man

Motown

Drake

God’s Plan

Cash Money

PJ Morton

How Deep Is Your Love

Empire

Rihanna f/SZA

Consideration

Roc Nation

PICKS:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Snoop Dogg f/B.Slade

Words Are Few

All The Time Ent

T Pain f/Talk Box

May I

RCA

Janelle Monae

Make Me Feel

Bad Boy

Bird Williams

Green Grass

OTM Records

Wilson Meadows

Attitude

Brimstone Ent.

ADDS:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Leon Thomas f/Buddy

Favorite

Priority

Snatch Nelson

Outside Man

Nelson Records

A.J. Tracy

Mimi

Music Crowns

Mila J

Dr. Phil

Universal

Kenny Lattimore

Stay On Your Mind

Sincere Soul

TOP TEN CD CUTS:

ARTIST

ALBUM

SINGLE

LABEL

Donald Phillips Project

Dino’s Song

Park Avenue

Gorov

Brenda Reynolds f/Marion Meadows

Hold On To Love

Never Know A Lover

City Sketches

Regan Whiteside f/Tom Brown

Treble Maker

Let’s Do This

Randis Records

OB Buchana

Parking Lot Love Affair

Get On Up

Ecko

Paul Brown

One Way Back

One Way Back

Woodward Ave.

Ray Anthony & Powerslydd

Have Fun

Mr. Sauce

Ooh La Records

Harold Little

Ako Ben

East of the River

EPK

Billy Ray Sheppard

Silk

Heels and Pearls

Big Bibb

David Davis

Dig This

Dig This

Cream De Cocoa

Marcus “Slim” Shaw

Choice

Bass in the Face

Gorov

COMMENTS:

Darryl says: He’s loving the song “Ain’t No Fun (Rabbit Got The Gun)” although he says hunting season is over. He admitted to entrapping the poor bunnies by putting nuts out so they’ll eat them up and get fat and healthy just in time for the next hunting season. He says rabbit meat is good for me. I’m thinking NOT, lol.

Cecily says: She had never heard of K. Avett but likes her music so is now going to research other songs by her.

Tori says: I was at my desk late Friday night when the business line rang. I’m ’bout business so I answered. Turned out to be a listener asking who sang the song we played about fifteen minutes before. Of course the only lyrics she could remember were NOT the main lines from the song. I tried to figure it out, then gave up and asked Cecily – who informed me that it was T Pain’s “May I”. The caller was so happy. She told me we were awesome. I said “I know”. (Or as Big Sean would’ve said “Obviously”. LOL!) Peace and love, Tori