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Surrey RCMP need help identifying another robbery suspect.

By | Leah Holiove, News

On November 13th, 2017 at approximately 8:00 p.m., the Surrey RCMP received a report of a robbery at a sandwich restaurant in the 13200 block of 72nd Avenue. The lone male suspect allegedly entered the restaurant and selected a drink from the fridge. The suspect then approached the cashier and pulled out a large knife and demanded money. The suspect departed the restaurant in an unknown direction.

Surrey RCMP’s Robbery Unit is leading this investigation. A number of investigative steps have been completed, however, the male has not been positively identified. The suspect is described as a dark-skinned male, approximately 25 years old, heavy-set, and between 5’6”-5’8” tall. He had a trimmed beard and was wearing a blue hoodie and black jacket.

Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502. If you wish to make an anonymous report please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca.

 

~Leah

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News
My Flashback 90’s song is by British singer-songwriter Melanie C aka (Sporty Spice.) “I Turn To You” was released as the fourth single from her debut solo album.
It came out in 1999 and it topped the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play Chart.
 
Catch  My Flashback 90’s song Monday- Friday at 11:53am – www.pulsefm.ca
~Leah

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

My Flashback 90’s song today was co-written, produced and performed by MC HAMMER for his 1990 album. “YOU CAN”T TOUCH THIS” is considered to be his signature song and is his most successful single. Rick James received songwriting credits as well because the song samples the opening riff of “Super Freak”.

“YOU CAN”T TOUCH THIS” won the Best R&B Song, Best Rap Solo Performance and was the first rap song to be nominated for Record of the Year at the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards in 1991 as well as the Best Rap Video and Best Dance Video at the 1990 MTV Video Music Awards. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles and on the Canadian Dance/Urban Chart.

Catch my Flashback 90’s songs @  11:53am www.pulsefm.ca

~Leah

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

My Flashback 90’s song is an R&B, soul & pop ballad that came out in 1997. Usher’s “You Make Me Wanna” topped the charts making it to #1 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, the US Hot Dance Music Chart, the US Rhythmic Top 40 and the Canadian Dance Chart.

The record won a Billboard Music Award, a Soul Train Music Award, and a WQHT Hip Hop Award, and was also nominated for a Grammy Award.

Catch my Flashback 90’s songs Monday-Friday at 11:53am www.pulsefm.ca

 

~Leah

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News
My Flashback 90’s song today is a sad, pop and R&B ballad with Latin pop influences that came out in 1999. Backstreet Boys “Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely” received generally favourable reviews from music critics.
I didn’t know this and it’s kind of interesting….but this song was one of 3 tracks to be previewed at the end of Britney Spears’ debut album … “Baby One More Time.” “Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely” achieved success on the charts making it to # 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and # 1 on Canada RPM Chart.

Catch my Flashback 90’s songs Monday-Friday at 11:53am www.pulsefm.ca

~Leah

 

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

My Flashback 90’s song today was first released as a single in 1994 then re-released in 1995 as it was included on the Batman Forever film soundtrack. After writing the song, Seal felt “embarrassed by it” and “threw the tape in the corner.” To this day he still says he was never really that proud of it, however he should be because it topped the US Billboard Hot 100 and made it to #2 on the Canadian Singles Chart.  Oh and it also won the MTV Movie Award for Best Song from a Movie.

Catch My Flashback 90’s songs Monday-Friday at 11:53am www.pulsefm.ca

~Leah

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

Michael Jackson is one of my favourite artists if not my most favourite artist of all time. That’s why I absolutely love my Flashback 90’s song for today, “You Are Not Alone.” The song came out in 1995 but I was surprised to find out that it was written by R. Kelly. He wrote it in response to a difficult time in his personal life, he then sent it to Jackson who loved it and decided to produce it with Kelly. R. Kelly decided to cover the song later as a hidden track on his 2010 studio album Love Letter, paying tribute to Jackson’s death a year prior.

“You Are Not Alone” was the recipient of Grammy and American Music Award nominations. Commercially the song was a significant success. It holds a Guinness World Record as the first song in the 37-year history of the Billboard Hot 100 to debut at number one. It made it to #2 here in Canada on the Canada Top Singles.

Catch my Flashback 90’s songs Monday-Friday at 11:53am 👉www.pulsefm.ca

 

What would be your favourite Flashback 90’s song?

 

~Leah

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

Who didn’t love the Spice Girls, I mean really? That’s why they are my flashback 90’s song today, “Spice Up Your Life” was released in 1997 as a dance-pop song but with Latin influences.

It was a commercial success despite the lukewarm reception from music critics. It topped the UK Singles Chart becoming the Spice Girls fifth consecutive chart-topper, making them the first act to have its first five singles reach number one in the United Kingdom.

This song performed almost as well internationally, making the top five on the majority of the charts that it entered. It made it to #2 here in Canada on the Canadian Single Chart but didn’t fair as well in the US peaking at #18 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Like I said, who didn’t like the Spice Girls?? If you could pick a Flashback 90’s song what would it be?

Listen at 11:53am Monday-Friday for my Flashback songs – www.pulsefm.ca

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

How old were you when my Flashback 90’s song came out back in 1995? Mouth was Merril Bainbridge’s biggest hit to date peaking at #1 on the Australian Singles Chart and #1 on the Canada Top Singles Chart as well. Merril’s first performance was at a carnival that her sisters persuaded her to enter because the prize was free carnival tickets, she didn’t win but she came in third and won twenty dollars’ worth of tickets.

If you could pick a Flashback 90’s song what would it be?

Catch my Flashback 90’s song Monday-Friday at 11:43am www.pulsefm.ca 

 

~Leah

 

Flashback 90’s

By | Leah Holiove, News

“Music Sounds Better With You”  came out in 1998 by  French house band Stardust. It uses a sample of the song “Fate” by singer Chaka Khan. The music video definitely looks like it came out in the 90’s that’s for sure!

It made it to #1 on the US Dance Club Chart and it peaked at #2 on the Canada Singles Chart.

If  you could choose your favourite Flashback 90’s song what would it be?

 

~Leah