The Chainsmokers – Paris

The Chainsmokers – Paris

“Paris” is a song by American DJ duo The Chainsmokers.

It features uncredited vocals from American singer-songwriter Emily Warren, who previously co-wrote the duo’s single “Don’t Let Me Down”.

It was released on January 13, 2017, through Disruptor Records and Columbia Records.

It was served to Top 40 radio on January 17, 2017 as the follow-up radio single to “Closer”.

The single became the duo’s fourth number one at Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart in its February 25, 2017 issue, and their fifth number one on the magazine’s Dance/Electronic Songs chart in its March 11, 2017 issue.

Millennials Spend More Time With Radio Than Their Smartphone?

Millennials Spend More Time With Radio Than Their Smartphone?

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Millennials are over radio, right? WRONG. In a big way. When it comes to consuming media, they spend 23% of their time with radio. That’s actually MORE than their smartphone, laptop, or iPad. And more milliennials listen to radio each week than any other generation. It’s their number one source of music. And the numbers are going UP.

If you don’t believe us, check out the cold, hard stats. Data doesn’t lie, people.

 

 

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The Ten Worst Jobs in America… and Disc Jockey Is #4

The Ten Worst Jobs in America… and Disc Jockey Is #4

(Photo: DJ... I mean... Radio Personality Allistar)

(Photo: DJ… I mean… Radio Personality Allistar)

The website CareerCast.com released its annual list of the worst jobs in America. And newspaper reporter came in first. Their industry is just getting slammed.

And coming in at number four is . . . DISC JOCKEY. It’s not clear if they mean us, or the guy with the rental tux who DJ’d your step-sister’s wedding. Either way, we beg to differ. And also, we prefer the term “radio personality.” Thank you.

They based it on salary, job prospects, and stress . . . which was the main reasons DJ made the list. See what we go through for you every day? Here’s the top ten.

  1.  Newspaper reporter. It took the top spot for the third year in a row.
  2.  Logger.
  3.  TV broadcaster.
  4.  Disc jockey . . . I mean, ahem, radio personality.
  5.  Member of the military, because of how dangerous and stressful it is.
  6.  Pest control worker.
  7.  Retail sales.
  8.  Ad sales.
  9.  Taxi driver.
  10.  Firefighter.

(CareerCast)

10 Little Things That can make your Bad Day Better

10 Little Things That can make your Bad Day Better

10 Little Things That can make your Bad Day Better

10 Little Things That can make your Bad Day Better

What little things make a bad day better? I mean, besides cocaine. How come you’re ALWAYS bringing up cocaine?

A new survey found 90% of people think it’s the LITTLE things that can make a bad day better. Here are the top 10 . . .

  1.  Doing a good deed for someone.
  2.  Having a stranger do a random act of kindness for you.
  3.  Finding a bargain.
  4.  Getting a spontaneous hug.
  5.  Getting a compliment from a stranger.
  6.  A car stopping so you can cross the street.
  7.  Being greeted by your pet.
  8.  Getting a handwritten letter.
  9.  Hearing a good song on the radio.  (We’ve got that covered)
  10.  A stranger saying hello.

(Daily Mail)

15 Types of Car Radio Singers

15 Types of Car Radio Singers

A comedian named Chad Neidt did a YouTube video where he impersonates the 15 types of people who sing along to the radio in the car. Including the person who starts singing the chorus too soon . . . the guy who doesn’t know the words . . . the person who tries to harmonize with everything . . . . and the guy who plays ‘mouth guitar.’