hits, music, songs, United States

Billboard Hot 100 – July 20, 2013

Here are the Top 10 songs from the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of July 20, 2013.

1. Robin Thicke feat. T.I. & Pharrell  – Blurred Lines. No. 1 last week.

2. Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams – Get Lucky. No. 2 last week.

3. Miley CyrusWe Can’t Stop. No. 3 last week.

4. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive. No. 4 last week.

5. Florida Georgia Line feat. Nelly – Cruise (remix). No. 6 last week.

6. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton – Can’t Hold Us. No. 5 last week.

7. Justin Timberlake – Mirrors. No. 7 last week.

8. Bruno Mars – Treasure. No. 8 last week.

9.  Selena Gomez – Come & Get It. No. 9 last week.

10. Anna Kendrick – Cups (Pitch Perfect’s When I’m Gone). No. 13 last week. 

The entire compilation of the Top 10 songs for July 20, 2013 can be viewed below.

Our thanks to BillboardClassic for providing us this week’s Billboard Hot 100 Top 10.

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Philippines, radio, talk show

Another Suspension for Mo Twister

Mo Twister’s radio show ‘Good Times’ was suspended for five months after an episode which he talked about a sex-related topic.

For the past week, Magic 89.9 listeners were tuning in every morning to Sam Oh and Gibb, and not the familiar voice of Mo Twister. This was because Mo’s show ‘Good Times‘ was suspended for five months due to an episode in which he and co-host Suzy talked about a sex-related topic. For many listeners, the suspension was no surprise. After all, Mo had been involved in a lot of controversies over the years, most notably the Charice joke and the Rhian Ramos incident that forced him to settle in the U.S. for good. And this recent suspension was no different from the others in the past.

Honestly, Mo should carefully watch his language and his thoughts. As an avid listener of Magic, I would always listen carefully to what he says. However, for some reason I do regret listening to Mo in the morning because of the recent controversies he has endured, not to mention sexual innuendo and other unnecessary language unfit for a morning show. Compare that to Monster Radio RX 93.1‘s ‘The Morning Rush‘ with Chico, Delamar and Gino. That show is always critically acclaimed because they engage in topics that even children can relate to, their language is always subdued, and they add a more serious yet humorous flavor to their program. Mo’s language is not what morning listeners would like to hear.

Moving on, Magic will have five months worth of Sam Oh and Gibb, who were no strangers hosting a morning show during their time on the defunct 99.5 RT‘s ‘Disturbing the Peace’. I think listeners will like the duo; they were equally funny, but at the same time, they are careful and serious, which morning shows are supposed to be given the presence of children going to school. So while Mo is out, why not take a listen to Sam Oh and Gibb. As for Mo, he should take this lesson to heart: be careful running your mouth on air.

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