Last in Line Episode 3

Written by on March 16, 2022

This week we listened to some songs from the bottom of the June 7th, 2008 Billboard Hot 100 chart. While pop and R&B were dominating the top of the chart, country took the cake at the bottom. We heard some of Taylor Swift’s first charting songs, along with underrated tracks from big names like Rihanna and Sean Kingston.

There were quite a few notable events this week, most of which seemed a bit too depressing to share on air. However, above all else, this was a historic week for the United States. It was the week that then-Senator Barack Obama was confirmed for the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee in the presidential election. Senator Obama was the first Black man to be confirmed for this position and would go on to become the first Black president of the U.S.





  • Rise Above This
    Finding Beauty In Negative Space (Bonus Track Version)
  • What Kinda Gone
    Chris Cagle
    My Life's Been A Country Song
  • Te Quiero
    Te Quiero
  • Girl's Around The World - Radio Verson
    Lloyd, Lil Wayne
    Lessons In Love
  • Teenage Love Affair
    Alicia Keys
    As I Am (Expanded Version)
  • Move, Shake, Drop
    Dj Laz, Flo Rida, Casely
    Latin World Hip Hop Reloaded 1
  • Good Time
    Alan Jackson
    Good Time
  • Should've Said No
    Taylor Swift
    Taylor Swift
  • Back When I Knew It All
    Montgomery Gentry
    Back When I Knew It All
  • Party People
    Nelly, Fergie
    Brass Knuckles
  • If I Never See Your Face Again
    Rihanna, Maroon 5
    Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded
  • There's Nothin (feat. THE DEY & Juelz Santana)
    Sean Kingston
    Sean Kingston
  • Picture To Burn
    Taylor Swift
    Taylor Swift
  • I'm Yours
    Jason Mraz
    We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.

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