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Radio 2 Top 20, Sept. 5: Mo Kenney debuts, Hey Rosetta! new number 1

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Nova Scotia's Mo Kenney debuts with "Telephones" from her Joel Plaskett-produced album, In My Dreams, and Newfoundlanders Hey Rosetta! top the chart with "Kintsukuroi," knocking Adam Cohen out of his three-week streak.

Paolo Nutini, with "Let Me Down Easy." This Scottish soul man just got GQ's award for special achievement. Besides that, there are four new entries:

George Ezra, with "Budapest.". This young Brit used to be a nobody who just uploaded a song online. Then 10 million people streamed it and now teenagers can't stop tweeting him.

Passenger, with "Heart's on Fire." His real name is Mike Rosenberg and his voice sounds like he could cry at any moment, which makes you want to bawl and you would be OK with it.

Radio 2 Top 20 for September 5, 2014:

1. Hey Rosetta!, "Kintsukuroi" (up one, new number one!)

2. Adam Cohen, "We Go Home" (down one)

3. The Black Keys, "Gotta Get Away" (up one)

4. Bahamas, "Stronger Than That" (up three)

5. Bastille, "Flaws" (same)

6. New Pornographers, "Brill Bruisers" (up six)

7. Elliott Brood, "Jigsaw Heart" (down one, most votes!)

8. George Ezra, "Budapest" (new entry)

9. Arkells, "11:11" (up six)

10. The Wilderness of Manitoba, "Leave Someone" (up six)

11. Passenger, "Heart's on Fire" (new entry)

12. Spoon, "Do You" (down four)

13. Angus and Julia Stone, "A Heartbreak" (re-entry)

14. Boy & Bear, "Three-Headed Woman" (down six)

15. James, "Moving On" (down four)

16. The Strumbellas, "End of an Era" (up three)

17. Frazey Ford, "September Fields" (up two)

18. Mo Kenney, "Telephones" (new entry)

19. Paolo Nutini, "Let Me Down Easy" (new entry)

20. Ndidi O, "How Long" (up one)

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