Weekly Top 10

  1. "Shake it Off" - Taylor Swift
  2. "Anaconda" - Nicki Minaj
  3. "All About That Bass " - Meghan Trainor
  4. "Stay With Me " - Sam Smith
  5. "Rude" - MAGIC!
  6. "Black Widow" - Iggy Azalea Featuring Rita Ora
  7. "Break Free" - Ariana Grande Featuring Zedd
  8. "Chandelier" - Sia
  9. "Bang Bang" - Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
  10. "Am I Wrong " - Nico & Vinz
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Most Followed Baruch Organizations on Facebook

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As the transfer students start classes on Wednesday, most of Baruch’s clubs and organizations prepare to make the best impression at the TSO Club Fair this Thursday during club hours. WBMB are always looking to expand its support and membership, and over the past year we’ve been proud to double our following on Facebook alone.

The Mother of Andipop: Mirella Cesa

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Ecuadorian singer Mirella Cesa known as the “mother of Andipop” (Andean pop music) called from Miami into WBMB’s first Spanish language broadcast to discuss her unique blend of pop music. As Mirella explained, “Andipop is a genre that fuses charango,” an indigenous instrument that sounds like a harp and has the characteristics of a guitar, “along with

Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways

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        On October 17th 1994, Dave Grohl set out to create a new project for himself. It had been something over half a year since Cobain’s unfortunate suicide, and Dave realized that if he was ever going to avoid that same path of eventual self destruction, he would need to start making

Lorde Covers “Don’t Tell ‘Em”

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  There are moments when great songs are covered by great artists and recently at the BBC Radio Live Lounge, there was one of those moments. On November 14th the prodigal artist Lorde took the stage to cover R&B singer Jeremih’s latest smash hit “Don’t Tell ‘em” in a unforeseen soulful rendition. Famous for many

Great Artist Alert: Rachel Brown

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She’s a Harvard graduate, a self-taught singer-songwriter born and raised in New York City with Ethiopian and Bermudian roots. Her performances around New York City have boasted star-studded audiences with the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jay-Z, and Beyoncé in attendance. She has opened for numerous acts, including Mary J. Blige, Wyclef Jean, Robin Thicke, John Legend and Wynton Marsalis.