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What’s WWU Listening To: 5/21

Noah HanksNoah Hanks

Hustlin by Wiz Khalifa

“Wiz Khalifa is my favorite artist.”

 

 

Luke PopeLuke Pope

Becoming Who We Are by Kings Kaleidoscope

“It’s got the stereotypical Christian feel but it incorporates orchestral instruments and heavy synth. It’s interesting.”

 

 

Tanvi SoansTanvi Soans

Arab Money by Busta Rhymes

“My friend recommended this song to me.”

Raychel MartinRaychel Martin

Strong by One Direction

“It’s my guilty pleasure.”

David HenryDavid Henry

Time Out by Hot Since 82

“I’m always listening to techno.”

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