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Mod Sun Asks His Friends To Request His Song ‘Flames’ Featuring Avril Lavigne On Their Radio Stations To Go Number One

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Minnesota-based rapper Mod Sun needs some boosting to hit the top 10 on radios.

To get the help he needs, on March 23, the singer and songwriter, born Derek Ryan Smith, took to his verified Instagram account; he posted a series of photos of himself captured by Nathan James and asked his loyal fans and friends to request his latest hit ‘Flames’ which features his Canadian singer girlfriend, Avril Lavigne, on their local radio stations.

The singer who stated that he has never had a song on the radio wrote the following message as a caption:

“To all my friends, now is the time I could use all the help I can get… We have a song on the radio, ‘Flames’ feat Avril Lavigne + to keep it going up on the charts I need everyone out there to request ‘Flames’ on ur local radio stations… as many times a day as u can.”

Then the ‘Internet Killed The Rockstar’ hitmaker clarified his aim of asking his friends and fans for favor:

“I will not take this moment for granted… Time to give this song everything we got… If we go as hard as we can there’s no way we won’t crack the top 10…+ I truly believe this song can go number 1! Let’s do this!”

Shortly after Mod Sun released the abovementioned post, Lavigne brought the post to her Instagram Stories and repeated the request.

As fans might remember, the song which is in Mod Sun’s upcoming fourth studio album has been released by Big Noise on January 8, 2021. Written by Mod Sun, Lavigne and John Feldmann, the song has garnered generally positive reviews.

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