HitPredictor Chart Results

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Here are this week’s chart results from your one and only, HitPredictor. That’s right, we make our own charts, just like Billboard and iTunes. But the difference with ours is that you directly effect our results with your votes! Let’s get going with this week’s:

In the Top 40 format, Hot Chelle Rae, who were discovered at Austin’s South by Southwest Music festival, have their first single called “Tonight Tonight” which is from their sophomore album. This song along with Katy Perry’s new track “E.T.” are both HitPredictors this week.

Dr. Dre’s “I Need A Doctor” ft. Eminem and Skylar Grey, that they trio performed at the Grammys last week, is a HitPredictor at Rhythmic this week. Another one on that chart is Lupe Fiasco’s “The Show Must Go On.” This track will be seen on his third studio album, Lasers, that isn’t out yet.

“Take Me Away” is the third single by R&B artist Keyshia Cole. It comes from her fourth studio album Calling, and it’s an Urban HitPredictor this week.

2010 was very good to Colbie Caillat who won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for her duet “Lucky”, with Jason Mraz. Now she’s back with her first single “I Do”, from the upcoming album All For You, and it’s a Hot AC HitPredictor this week.

One of my favorite country artists is holding it down as the only HitPredictor at Country this week, and that’s Kenny Chesney. His single “Live a Little” is from his 14th album Hemingway’s Whiskey. Chesney, along with Zac Brown Band, will be doing a tour called Goin’ Coastal where they will play stadium across the country.

“Rope,” the first single from Foo Fighters forthcoming album Wasting Light, got its debut at the NME Awards Big Gig show in London’s Webley Stadium Saturday night, and it’s an Alternative and Active Rock HitPredictor this week.

Speaking of Active Rock, Sick Puppies “Riptide” is also doing well on that chart.

What do y’all think of the charts this week?!

Hear New Music First – HP

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