All year long The Pulse has brought you the hits from today’s music scene and from the 2000s. Come year end, would you expect anything less than a phenomenal list of top contenders? Thought so. Check out the top 30 … Continued
Every week Spyder Harrison and guests counted down the top songs on SiriusXM Hits 1. So naturally Spyder is taking it to the next level and counting down the 45 most wutchuwanted songs of 2013 on SiriusXM Hits 1! It’s a … Continued
Happy New Year! Pitbull & Ke$ha take the top spot in the last Weekend Countdown of 2013. Here are your Top 45 Most Wutchuwanted songs: 1. PITBULL featuring KE$HA – TIMBER 2. ONEREPUBLIC – COUNTING STARS 3. EMINEM featuring RIHANNA … Continued
OneRepublic counts all the way to #1 this week while Pitbull & Ke$ha move on deck. Find out where your most Wutchuwanted Songs landed on the Weekend Countdown!
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown has Imagine Dragons yet again at the top, with a five-week winning streak so far! While back in 2002, Santana and Michelle Branch ruled the charts. Week of December 21: 2002 15. … Continued
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown has Imagine Dragons staying strong for yet another week at number one. While back in 2000, Creed were the kings of the game. Week of December 14: 2000 15. Sting “Desert Rose” … Continued
Imagine Dragons knock Olly Murs out of the top spot and Pitbull and Ke$ha move up to #2. Plus, Justin Timberlake and Midnight Red make their debuts on the countdown!
Imagine meeting your current fave band with an all-access, all-accommodations supplied trip? Now you can through WhyHunger’s online charity auction. Fans of Imagine Dragons are able to bid on a trip to Phoenix to not only see them play in … Continued
Olly Murs’ “Dance With Me Tonight” makes the top spot for the first time, knocking Katy Perry down to #3. Find out where your songs landed on The Weekend Countdown with Spyder Harrison.
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown has Imagine Dragons reigning supreme, staying at the top of today’s charts for yet another week. On the other hand, The Fray were kings of the game in 2006. Week of December … Continued