It’s yet another exciting week in music. And V101.9 is playing all of your favorites! See the full list of movers and shakers in our latest, V’s Most Played:
It’s still Kelly Price’s time as she moves up to #2! Joe and Kelly Rowland take the #4 spot from crowd favorite, Mali Music.
V’s Most Played is back for another week of hits and misses! Pharrell and George Tandy Jr. (check out his awesome FSO performance here!) continue to battle of the #1 spot. While Kelly Price still holds it down at #3.
There’s been some major movement on the countdown. With such amazing music out there it’s no surprise. Songstress Kelly Price climbs to the #3 spot with “It’s My Time.” Noel Gourdin jumps from #9 to #4 with “Heaven Knows.” Don’t forget to check Mr. Gourdin out at the 15th Annual “For Sisters Only…
George Tandy and Pharrell continue to battle it out for the top spot, but Tandy wins this week–marching back to the #1 spot. Jhene Aiko holds to the #3 spot with the gorgeous ballad, “The Worst.” You can catch Mali Music at For Sisters Only on May 3. Until then he’s holding it down on the countdown. This week “Beautiful” climbs to #4! Kelly Price rounds out the top 5, Ledisi’s “I Blame You” remains a favorite, and Shaliek premieres in the top 10 with “Aint Supposed To Cry.”
Alicia Keys returns to light up the countdown along with Kendrick Lamar in her release for ‘The Amazing Spiderman 2′. Did your favorite make this week’s list? Find out in our latest V’s Most Played!
George Tandy holds down the #1 spot with “March” for a second week. Jhene Aiko’s “The Worst” jumps to #4, while Leela James and Anthony Hamilton make it into the top 5!
Noel Gourdin debuts on our list with “Heaven Knows.” Did your favorite make this week’s list?
We are back for another week of hit songs, your favorite jams, and the hottest artists. There has been a lot of movement on the countdown.
Okay, we have a new #1 song and you are not going to believe what hit duet is NOT on the countdown this week! The first time since they’re release!
Tamar makes it back to the countdown with “All the Way Home”, while John Legend brings “All of Me” back to the chart. Pharrell Williams makes his debut with the feel-good song of the year, “Happy”.