What is great about The Morning Rush on RX 93.1 is that they don’t to throw a forbidden question, or ask a controversial figure to guest, or talk trash slash back stab an international pop star just to trend worldwide on Twitter.
Recently on the RX, morning show hosts Chico, Delamar, & Gino prepared a special Epic Rap-off for the princess of all media Anne Curtis.
Here is the list of the hottest songs right now in Manila’s airwaves.
Gotye finally made it to the top this week. It’s always been my favorite since I first heard it last year. But it had only broken into the local radio playlist just recently. This alternative titled “Somebody That I Used To Know” is just so catchy, it’s something that you don’t get to hear often on mainstream radio.
And finally we can say that today’s radio listeners are more mature when it comes to music choice.
Here is the full chart from the Countdown Top 7 & Wannabees aired last December 2, 2011 on RX 93.1.
At number 1 is Jessie J with Domino. No.2 is Bruno Mars with It Will Rain. No.3 is Jason Mraz The World as I See It. No. 4 is Lady Gaga with Marry The Night. Completing the Top 5 is Christina Perri with A Thousand Years.
Zia, the only OPM artist on the top 10 lands at number 6. Katy Perry’s The One That Got Away spends its eighth week on the chart at number 7. Jason Derulo – Fight For You stays at number 8. Taylor Swift also a non-mover at number 9. While Rihanna and Calvin Harris moved up a notch at no 10. Continue reading Radio Chart: RX 93.1 Top 20 (Dec. 2, 2011)→
This week on Radio Charts, RX 93.1 released its latest weekend hitlist showcasing 20 of the hottest pop songs internationally and locally.
On top this week is Kelly Clarkson’s Mr. Know It All. Kelly has just released this new single which actually puts the lime light on a more mature Kelly sound.
If you listen to the song, you’ll probably notice that she’s has coarse kinda adult sound. Well, it’s like almost decade since ‘Miss Independent’ first came out on American Idol. Rumour Has It that Kelly might be getting married soon, but to whom?