Music Report: February 26th – March 4th, 2018

WZZA THE SOUL OF THE SHOALS
RADIO MUSIC REPORT
The Shoals, Alabama – 256-381-1862
February 26th thru March 4th 2018

TOP FIVE:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Adrain Marcel

Chevy

Universal

Musiq Soulchild

Heaven Only Knows

E One Music

Keke Wyatt

Tennessee Whiskey

Aratek Ent.

P.J. Morton

Religion

Morton Records

H.E.R.

My Song

RCA

PICKS:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Musiq SoulChild

Love Me Back

Atlantic

Uvee Hayes

Maintenance Man

Park & Recs

Whitney McClain

Cruise

Lucky Records

Remy Ma f/Chris Brown

Melanin Magic

RCA

Keith Sweat f/K Ci

How Many Ways

RCA

ADDS:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Kali Uchis f/Tyler the Creater & Bootsy Collins

After the Storm

Virgin

Miguel f/J Cole & Salaam Remi

Come Thru & Chill (remix)

RCA

Mya

You Got Me

Insomniac

T Pain f/Talk Box

May I

RCA

TOP TEN CD CUTS:

ARTIST

ALBUM

SINGLE

LABEL

Clint Holmes f/Dave Koz

Rendezvous

What You Leave Behind

LL Music

Donald Phillips Project

Dino’s Song

Park Avenue

Gorov

Ray Anthony & Powerslydd

Have Fun

Mr. Sauce

Ooh La Records

Carl Cox

Feelin’ Fine

Feelin’ Fine

Evan D Music

Brenda Reynolds f/Marion Meadows

Hold On To Love

Never Know A Lover

City Sketches

Paul Brown

One Way Back

One Way Back

Woodward Ave.

Barbara Carr

Blues Mix 24-Party Soul  Blues

Ya’ll Know How To Party

Ecko

Regan Whiteside f/Tom Brown

Treble Maker

Let’s Do This

Randis Records

Doc Powell

This Is Soul

The Vibe

DPR Music

OB Buchana

Parking Lot Love Affair

Get On Up

Ecko

COMMENTS:

Darryl says: He’s feeling Wilson Meadow’s “Attitude” on Brimstone. He enjoyed helping with the WZZA Radiothon.

Cecily says: August Green f/Brandy doing “Optimistic” has been in her head all weekend long. She likes it very much. Not so much poor Sharla, although we do appreciate her effort to honor Michael Jackson.

Tori says: Lee Parker called me and reminded me that I forgot to show him the same much deserved appreciation that Larry Chambers over at Ecko got. So here goes: Thank you very much Lee Parker! We are playing your music – both gospel and R&B. Now then, we’re listening to music this morning and Darryl played one with a decent female vocal but over a really wack track. Whoever produced it used the same bars looped over and over through the entire song. If you love real music, played with actual instruments, then the monotony can be aggravating. Then we heard BOOTSY (well it’s really Kali Uchis f/Tyler the Creater and Bootsy Collins’s “After the Storm”. It only took the first twenty seconds to get a positive reaction from me. There was a distinct difference in that one and the one before. Then they played J. Cole. Kid has flow, and an only slightly nasty lyrical content which Cecily edited it so it could pass the Tori Test. Our WZZA Radiothon was a success! And funds are still coming in. Thanks to all of you who supported it by sending music! Tori