Musical Mondays 4


Delaney Powell and Justin Pham    

According to Billboard Top 100, this is the hot top ten for October 24, 2016!

Tenth place is “Side To Side” By, Ariana Grande feat. Nicki Minaj. Wow! This song is at its peak position, and it’s been on the charts for only seven weeks!! You go, Ari and Nicki!!

Number nine is “Cheap Thrills” by Sia. 35 weeks ago, this song was introduced to the charts, since then it was number one for one month! But will Sia’s time be running out on the top ten?     

In eighth place is “Treat You Better” by Shawn Mendes. This song’s peak positions had been 6 and it is now in eighth place; hopefully, it will come back up.

Number seven is “Cold Water” by Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber and MO. We are all wondering, who is this new and upcoming star known as MO? Well, for your information, she was in many Justin’s hit songs. She even wrote a few hit songs from last year!

Number six is “Broccoli” by D.R.A.M. feat. Lil’ Yachty. This song is at its peak position! It’s been on the charts for 18 weeks, and it might just stay longer!

Number five is “24K Magic” by Bruno Mars. Unlike “Broccoli” This song was released a very short while ago, and it has already made it’s way on the charts! Keep climbing, Bruno!

For number four, we have “Let Me Love You” by DJ Snake feat. Justin Bieber. This song had been on the charts for 10, weeks, and it had finally reached its peak position! Yes!

Number three is “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots. Hopefully, this song doesn’t go anywhere. It’s finally getting the recognition it deserves! Of course, since the release of the hit movie of the summer “Suicide Squad,” it has been getting all of the well-deserved attention.

In second place, we have “Starboy” by The Weekend feat. Daft Punk. Peak positions galore! This song had been on the charts for only four weeks, and it is in 2nd place? WHAT?!! It may become first place next week! Who knows . . . ?

Finally, for first place we have “Closer” By The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey. This song is very good, but we all know, the radio can kill a song. If people play it too often, it might get old.


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