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A huge thank you goes out to the Capitol camp for setting up a visit to the S.I.N. offices with Mary J Blige who shared quality time with the crew here discussing her career journey so far and the beginning of the next chapter with her forthcoming album, THE LONDON SESSIONS. Look for more on this project and her video segment on soon. Until then check out the current single "Therapy" written with Sam Smith on and on S.I.N. New Music Program #38 - shipping next week. An extra Thank You goes to Capitol's Pam Kaye for the introduction to Mary.

Blessings are extended to Interscope's Chris Lopes and team who are rolling with Gwen Stefani "Baby Don't Lie" with the song now on over 125 stations. They're also enjoying success with Kendrick Lamar "i" at Top 40 with support from 85+ stations. They continue to make strides with Fergie "L.A. Love (la la)" now with over 130 stations onboard and are now laying the groundwork for the next Imagine Dragons single "I Bet My Life."

A Shoutout goes to our Def Jam family as Rick Sackheim, Mike Chester, Nicki Farag, Keith Rothschild make a splash at Top 40 with Iggy Azalea's "Beg For It" picking up support from nearly 110 stations upon impact. The label's Noah Sheer and Scott Maness also get a nod for a solid performance at Rhythm with close to 40 stations jumping onboard. An extra Shoutout and Congratulations goes to Maness on recently being promoted to Vice-President, Rhythm Crossover Promotion for the label.

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Dark clouds loom over Radio Programmers who keep using Major Artists' releases for the 4th Quarter as an excuse for why they cannot play releases from developing New Artists. Just remember when the blitz dies down it will be the releases from those same New Artists that you didn't have time to address now that you'll be turning to in the next few weeks when looking for New Music for your station.

Sometimes little needs to be said other than this week we're X'ing "Impact Dates" and "4th Quarter Fire Drills"

Lightning strikes our Label Friends who spend time complaining about the promotion practices of their counterparts but then end up doing the same exact thing they're making an issue about when it comes to their own priorities. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black or any another applicable analogy like glass houses, etc.

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    "TEN FEET TALL" f. Wrabel
    "LUNAR" David Guetta f. Afrojack
    "SOVEREIGN LIGHT CAFE" Keane (Afrojack Rmx)
    "RAY BOMB"
    "SELECTA" w. Quintino
    "DO OR DIE" vs. 30 Seconds To Mars
    "AS YOUR FRIEND" Chris Brown f. Afrojack
    "THE SPARK" f. Spree Wilson
    "REPLICA" David Guetta f. Afrojack
    "CAN'T STOP ME NOW" f. Shermanology
    "RED LIGHTS" Tiesto (Afrojack Rmx)
    "THE WAY WE SEE THE WORLD (TOMORROWLAND'S ANTHEM)" w. Nervo, Dimitri From Vegas & Like Mike
    "WRECKING BALL" Miley Cyrus (Afrojack Rmx)
    "TAKE OVER CONTROL" f. Eva Simmons
    "FADED" (Instrumental Album Edit)
    "ILLUMINATE" f. Matthew Koma
    "NO BEEF" w. Steve Aoki f. Miss Palmer
    "BORN TO RUN" f. Tyler Glenn
    "BEAT DOWN" Steve Aoki & Agger Dimas f. Iggy Azalea (Afrojack Rmx)
    "DYNAMITE" f. Snoop Dogg


    INTRO: Vinny The SIN
    How old were you when you realized you had a passion and talent for music?
    What artists did you listen to when you were younger that made an impact on your music?
    How long did it take you to find your sound? Do you feel like you are still developing it?
    What are your sources of inspiration when you write music?
    Have you had the moment during a performance when you looked out into the crowd and realized you have made it?
    You’ve played shows and festivals all over the world, what would you say your favorite place to perform is?
    How did you and Wrabel decide to collaborate?
    What was it like working with Wrabel on “Ten Feet Tall” as well as your new album?
    How does this upcoming release compare to your other previous releases?
    What do you want your fans to take away from this album, and what can we expect to see in the future?
    OUTRO: Vinny The SIN