Grammy award winning superstar Mariah Carey stopped by SiriusXM last week to chat about her new music and tease a possible cameo in the Broadway musical remake of one her favorite movies, Mean Girls. Out Q’s The Morning Jolt with … Continued
In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Lorde finally comes unstuck from number one to make way for Vance Joy’s Riptide. Hozier takes the number two spot with Take Me to Church, and Broken Bells is Holding On For Life … Continued
This week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 has Broken Bells taking the number one spot yet again with After The Disco, while the Black Lips comes in at number two with Justice After All. Temples shows up at number three with … Continued
This week the ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown brings us back to Valentine’s Day, ’82. Ah, 1982. The year of the Commodore 64 computer, SONY’s first CD player, EPCOT Center, the death of John Belushi (R.I.P.), and the birth … Continued
OneRepublic takes the top spot this weekend, ending Pitbull and Ke$ha’s number one streak! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
Jason Derulo returns to SiriusXM Hits 1 to talk about his new song “Talk Dirty” and play you some of the newest Hits 1 music! Check out when you can hear him on #HitBound.
In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Lorde takes the top spot once again with her enticingly mysterious single Team. In second place is Vance Joy with Riptide, and third place goes to Hozier’s Take Me To The Church. Check … Continued
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown, the American Authors’ Best Day Of My Life stays at number one for the second week in a row, as the Goo Goo Dolls hold on to second. Meanwhile, this … Continued
This week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 has Broken Bells taking the number one spot with After The Disco, and Dum Dum Girls settles at number two with Rimbaud Eyes. Next up we’ve got St. Vincent’s Prince Johnny, and The National … Continued
It’s another #1 week for Pitbull and Ke$ha! Timber holds the top spot for its fifth time. Find out where your most Wutchuwanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.