Safe Top 30 for schools 8/27/10

August 27, 2010 by Ric Hansen

No new adds to the list this week, because we did so much catch up from the summer for back to school last week. There is a lot of movement on the list though…and some songs have really taken off and will be the hot songs at the back to school dance. Check it out. Note there are two songs we have not added that will be “Must Play” songs at Middle School: Justin Bieber- “U Smile” and Taylor Swift – “Mine”. The Beiber song is now being played on both mainstream and Rythmic stations, and will likely move to the Top 30 chart next week. Other songs to watch: “One in a Million”- NeYo, “Erase Me” by Kid Cudi and 303’s new one “Double Vision”

LW   TW Artist        Title                                  Notes
1         1 Taio Cruz Dynamite
6        2 Eminem Love The Way You Lie Rihanna This is song is loaded with F- bombs at :47 1:52, 3:32, 3:43. Content is about abuse. Not good for Middle schools.  Play at your own risk.
5        3 Usher DJ Got Us Fallin In Love Pitbull Make sure that you have an edit at 1:25 Mother F****
2       4 Katy Perry California Gurls Snoop Dog
9       5 Jason Derula Ridin Solo Edit out s**t
3      6 B.O.B Airplanes Hayley Williams Edit Required
4      7 Usher OMG Will I am
12    8 B.O.B MAGIC Rivers Cuomo
7     9 Travie McCoy Billionaire Bruno Mars
13   10 Enrique Iglesias I Like It Pitbull
8    11 Mike Posner Cooler Than Me
14   12 Sean Kingston Letting Go (Dutty Love) Dutty is slang for Dirty
10   13 Lady Gaga Alajandro
11   14 Tao Cruz Break Your Heart Ludacris
17   15 New Boyz Break My Bank Iyaz Edits needed Ass at 1:41 and SH*t at :47
18   16 Flo Rida Club can’t Handle Me D Guetta
15   17 Black Eyed Peas Rock That Body
23   18 Katy Perry Teenage Dream “ Lets go all the way” a sexual reference might offend some. But this is a pretty tame reference. Should be good for most.
16   19 Drake Find your Love
18   20 Ready Set Love Like Woe
22   21 Kesha Take It Off Yes she is talking about clothes. Okay for High school but NOT for Middle school
20   22 3OH!3 My First Kiss Ke$ha
28   23 Bruno Mars Just the way you are Great love song. Slow. First solo from the singing star of Billionaire.
19   24 Nicki Minaj Your Love
25   25 Nelly Just a Dream A great dance song: “If you’ve ever been in love, put your hands up”
26   26 Jay Sean 2012 (It ain’t the end of the world” Great party song
21   27 David Guetta Getting Over You Fergie & LMFAO
29   28 Cali Swag District Teach Me How to Dougie “Yes it is a new dance. The term “”dougie”” derives from the name of 80’s early 90’s Hip Hopper Doug-E- Fresh. The term “”dougie”” means to have a cool or hip stlye. Swag,
24   29 Ke$ha Your Love is my Drug
27   30 Jay-Z Young Forever Mr. Hudson Edit Required

Recurrents- (Still popular- but off the chart)
30 Justin Bieber Somebody to Love
Jason Derula In My Head
Justin Bieber Baby Ludacris
LaRoux Bulletproof
Lady Gaga Bad Romance
Timberland If We ever Meet again Katy Perry
KE$ha Tic Toc
Timberland Carry Out
Christina Aguilera Not Myself Tonight
Selena Gomez & The Scene Naturally
Black Eyed Peas Imma Be
B.O.B. Nothing on you Bruno Mars
Trey Songz Say Aah

DO NOT PLAYLIST ADDS
Rick Ross Blowin Money Fast Tons of F bombs. Not editable.
Chris Brown Deuces Loaded with Sh** and F Bomb- not editable. Deuces, means two fingers up as in the peace sign…in this case meaning “Goodbye”
Drake Fancy So many edits needed- doesn’t leave much song left
Richard Vission/Static Revenge I Like That Ludacris Undisguised sexual innuendo throughout
Far East Movement Like a G6 G6 references a jet plane (as in taking off like one) This hits the DNP because it is a drinking song, through and throgh.)
Glasses Malone I Get Doe
Soulja Boy Pretty Boy Swag “Girls on my Dick” makes it unacceptable
Kanye West Power

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Ric Hansen is a Seattle radio executive who also created one of America’s largest event marketing companies that specializes in producing literally thousands of mobile DJ school dance events in most major cities across the country. His unique promotional partnership with many of the country’s highly successful radio stations has gained him notoriety in the radio industry, mobile DJ industry and with school administrators nationwide. His School Dance Network website (http://www.schooldancenetwork.com) is the go-to resource for schools, and mobile DJs looking to provide safe, clean and age appropriate dance events, yet at the same time provide high-energy and engaging dance events for teens.


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