Twenty One Pilots Edge Powfu For #1 WRRV Buzzcut
Each week WRRV counts down the top five most requested songs in the Hudson Valley at 8 PM and here's a look at the best of the best.
There's lots of great new music out right now as we get through the pandemic of 2020 together. Cage the Elephant have gone multiple singles deep from their latest album and 'Black Madonna' is the strongest to be released yet. It settles in at number five this week.
Lovelytheband recently joined us for an Instagram Live interview and performance of their new song 'Loneliness for Love' recently. They're no strangers to the WRRV Buzzcuts but this is the debut for their latest tune at number four.
The Killers have been making the rounds lately with appearances on Jimmy Kimmel and the Global Citizens COVID-19 benefit. Imploding The Mirage is the new album that is on the way from the band, originally due in late May, delays in production have put that date in question for now.
Who's Powfu and where did he come from? He's a Canadian hip hop artist and he first made a name for himself on Tik Tok. Now 'death bed (coffee for your head)' is racing up the charts.
The new song from Twenty One Pilots 'Level Of Concern' is a benefit song for out of work road crew and stagehands. So not only is it a good song, you're rocking out to it for a good cause.
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5. Cage The Elephant 'Black Madonna'
4. Lovelytheband 'Loneliness For Love'
3. The Killers 'Caution'
2. Powfu 'death bed'
1. Twenty One Pilots 'Level of Concern'
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