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Friday, November 23, 2018

Let’s Cheer Up with Today’s Hits Radio

It’s radio time! We have formed a range of today’s hits radio that consists of all the hottest songs you need to keep yourself updated.

“See You Again” – Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth

Wiz Khalifa is known for bringing diversity in his music. He releases his new work almost every fifteen days and every time, there is something really great. For “See You Again” Khalifa has teamed up Charlie Puth who perfectly collaborated with him to make the song one of today’s hits radio. Charlie Puth has delivered a chorus with absolute beauty and sang several verses in a downrightly playful way. “See You Again” starts with a serene soft piano music which deeply goes through listeners’ souls, appealing to every bit of their emotions. The best part is that the song has no loud and banging sounds; instead, it is a calm and emotional track which lets you run your imagination wild as you try to get into the scene

“Taki Taki” – DJ Snake ft. Salena Gomez, Cardi B & Ozuna

DJ Snake had a good time when he was promoting his new single in last couple of weeks. Unsurprisingly, he ended up producing a hit number in the collaboration of some of the biggest musicians of the modern day. He is well familiar with the idea of creating hit songs and revolving the world around his music. With “Taki Taki”, he seems to have done it once again. It’s literally a box-office smashing song which has earned more than 20 million views on YouTube and 60 million streams across all radio channels. Besides securing a thumbs-up position in today’s hit radio, “Taki Taki” has the privilege of being the most streamed song on Spotify. Recently, it has reached at number two on Hot 100 listing on iTunes too.

“Never Forget You” – Zara Larsson & MNEK

The Swedish star Zara Larsson teamed up with the British singer and producer MNEK for her breakthrough duet “Never Forget You”. Many people were unsure what they should expect when the duo announced their collaboration. Would it be a pop banger, a classic or an EDM? Surprisingly, the song has all elements of hit music that further strengthen it, making “Never Forget You” a powerful addition to today’s hits radio that you and I love to listen to. The song begins with several piano tunes and Zara’s melodic voice, singing few lines with the melody. It feels like the song really lets the singer shine with her voice for the most part. She also seems like standing out on the chorus. MNEK joins her from the second verse, giving surprisingly good vocals. On the whole, “Never Forget You” is an amazing pop duet of two amazingly talented musicians who together wrote, sang, and produced the song.

“I Like Me Better” – Lauv

Lauv’s new songs have the potential to establish him more than just an online music sensation. With more than 75 million streams on YouTube, “I Like Me Better” has really helped the 23-year-old singer meet his fans in a much greater way. The song has both electronic and pop elements of music along with an amazingly combined synth chords, simple vocal synchronizations, and upbeat drum tunes. Its lyrics write a story of a young couple in love and give the listeners a happy impression and sanguine feelings. Even though “I Like Me Better” was released last year, it continues to secure its ranking in top charts including iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and today’s hits radio selection.

“Breath in” – Ariana Grande

You may feel like this song has already been cycled through different radio channels many times before, it’s just because it has Ariana Grande attempting to reach deep into your heart with her music. “Breathin” gives listeners everything they need. The song tells how it feels when you feel like drowning in someone’s love. It’s like you factually have to remind yourself to take a breath and feel relaxed. Ariana Grande has come with several verses that are not hollow and emit diverse feelings of love and satisfaction on her part. She lets you know that she wants to breathe in a fresh lovely environment. Overall, it is an amazing addition in today’s hits radio that makes you hear the screams in your surroundings when it streams on the radio.

“Consequences” – Camila Cabello

Camila Cabello is one of those sleep pop artists who get directly to the point. Her new pop song “Consequences” is a tuneful and to-the-point soundtrack. It has lengthy writing credits, unexpectedly nuanced melodies, and Camila’s powerful voice. Simply put, “Consequences” is an innovative bundle of the 20-year-old artist’s creativity who has wisely dealt it with alone. This is Cabello’s long-awaited solo debut wherein she talks much about her personal statement, working on infused rhythms of her dual heritage. In Consequences, Camila Cabello hits her stride and sounds more like Kehlani and then herself.

“Just Can’t Get Enough” – The Black Eyed Peas

“Just Can’t Get Enough” is another example of the band’s particular style of placing over substance which brings it to our list of today’s hits radio. The solo shows how imitative the Black Eyed Peas can get. Unlike their “The Time”, this track is something new and different from their collection that we are listening to. “Just Can’t Get Enough” has frequent electronic styling of beats that are absurdly utilized on the radio in present time. It shows of a little of Fergie’s singing variety, revealing how great vocal imitator she can be though it really feels catchy. She has sported a Caribbean accent on some of the lines and a very awkward Lolita voice during the choir.

“Cheap Thrills” – Sia

No doubt, many big artists like Rihanna has rejected the lyrics of “Cheap Thrill” but the song has been one of today’s hit radio streaming tunes this year. Sia has accurately her song, suggesting it as a chorus cry of some old songs like “bitch better” though it has some chanted hooks and cheesy beats. Believe it or not, the track has actually pointed at her label as she wrote the verses to reveal her frustration with her life experiences. Overall, “Cheap Thrill” is a fine song with instigate instruments.

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