Power 93.7 WBLK is droppin' some bangers from Buffalo and WNY for your ears tonight inside Homegrown Heat (The 716 Show). Here's the playlist for May 22.

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We know it's not easy being an artist, so we want to provide some opportunities for you to shine. Power 93.7 WBLK is now accepting songs from Buffalo and WNY artists for airplay in our 716 Power Jam competition and or The 716 Show. Submit your song here. Every Friday, at 5:45 pm, we play the winning song as the 716 Power Jam. Of course, please make sure your song is clean and high quality. It also needs to be sent as a wave file or MP3. If you don't follow these directions, we won't be able to play your song.

Homegrown Heat (The 716 Show) is currently hosted by Yasmin Young. It airs after The Go Getta Show, from 2 am to 2:30 am early Saturday mornings. We give you 30-minutes of back-to-back bangers from Buffalo and WNY! There is so much talent in the city, it's crazy. Hopefully, you can tap into Homegrown Heat and check out what's we're playing.

1. Brother Tom Sos - Buffalokids
2. Jarrell Love f. G-Will, Soo Smooth & QA the Great - They 4 Everyone
3. Dave Stewy f. C Realz - Talk About Us
4. Beno Jay x Khloey Kay - Pop Out
5. Jerry Stackzz - Wanna Ball
6. Mone Moet - Roamer
7. Halinsco - Fall In Love
8. Rizzy Renzo - Young Black Male
9. A'dre - Hoodie Time

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