Music Report: September 17th – September 23rd, 2018

WZZA THE SOUL OF THE SHOALS
RADIO MUSIC REPORT
The Shoals, Alabama – 256-381-1862
September 17th thru September 23rd 2018

TOP FIVE:

Artist

Title

Label

Mary J. Blige

Only Love

Republic

Mario

Drowning

Empire

Lenny Kravitz

Low

Roxie Records

Lloyd

Caramel

Empire

Toni Braxton

Long As I Live

Def Jam

PICKS:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Stokley

Think About U

Concord

Nas ft. Kanye West

Cops Shot The Kid

Def Jam

Drake ft. Michael Jackson

Doesn’t Matter To Me

Cash Money

Lomax

Let The Rain Come Down

J. W. Music

Brandy

Lullaby

Universal

ADDS:

ARTIST

TITLE

LABEL

Lalah Hathaway f/Red Man

Call Me

8th Floor Prod.

Bobby Brown

Like Bobby

Interscope

Khalid

Better

RCA

Will Easley

Stop

Right On Point

Gallant

Ha Ha No One Can Hear You

Warner Bros.

TOP TEN CD CUTS:

ARTIST

ALBUM

SINGLE

LABEL

James Gates

Together We Can Make It

Together We Can Make It

804 Music Group

Rick Lawson

Blues Mix 20

That Groove

Ecko

Ms. Jody

I’m Doing’ My Thang

Never Goin’ Back

Ecko

            Doc Powell           

Steppin Out

Steppin Out

Megawave

D’Laurent Smith

Time & Space

Social Worker

Kawinkadink Music

Kris  Brownlee

Night Sessions

Breath

Megawave

Lori Williams

f/Tom Browne

Out Of the Box

Hold On

Lori Jazz

Nate White

Up Close

Migration

Phat Bass Ent.

Bob Baldwin f/ Marion Meadows

The Groove Pact

Club Life

Orchard

Reggie Harris

Night Life

Night Life

Viaggio

COMMENTS:

Darryl says: His pick for the week is Corey Rudolph’s “Family Reunion” on CDS Records.

Cecily says: She’s not really a Bobby Brown fan, but she likes his new single “Like Bobby”. She’s seen part one of his movie and is looking forward to seeing part two. She also informed us that Mila J is Jhene Aiko’s sis.

Tori says: I had to fight with Cecily and Darryl to keep Sir Charles Jones in for another week cuz that is one of the best songs he has ever done and I love it. My momma loves it too. While roadtripping not long ago, I listened to the entire album several times. It’s really good. Cecily wants to add “Step It Out” which is a song credited to Sir Charles and a cat named Prince Damons who used to live here in the Shoals. (Congrats to Prince Damons for working with Charles to give radio another good dance song.) Peace and Love, Tori