Here are the chart toppers for the week over at HitPredictor. Check ’em out!
A few weeks back Avril Lavigne released the music video for “Smile”, produced by the legendary Max Martin, it’s the 2nd single off of Goodbye Lullaby. The video was delivered as a response to her fans request, as they were asked to choose between “Push” or “Smile” as the next single. This week it’s a HitPredictor at Mainstream Top 40.
David Guetta’s newest hit “Where Dem Girls At” features the princess of Hip-Hop Nicki Minaj, alongside club king Flo Rida. Rumor has it that Lil Wayne was going to feature “I’m On One” on his highly anticipated forthcoming album, Tha Carter IV, but instead handed the track over to DJ Khaled. This week both songs are Rhythmic HitPredictors.
Maybe Lil Wayne gave “I’m On One” to DJ Khaled because he knew he would have enough hits for himself. The third single from Tha Carter IV dropped this week. “How To Love” is totally different from previous singles off the album, “6 Foot, 7 Foot” and “John”, as he’s gone for a a slower record with him singing throughout it. It’s a Rhythmic and Urban HitPredictor this week.
As you can imagine Mumford & Sons’ “The Cave” is another huge smash at Alternative radio, just like the previous single “Little Lion Man”, but the band that wowed everyone at the Grammys and was nominated for Best New Artist and Rock Song Of The Year, has its first HitPredictor this week at Hot AC.
Kelly Clarkson joined Jason Aldean on stage at the CMA awards last November to perform “Don’t You Wanna Stay”, to a very positive reception. Since then it’s become a huge Country hit, has been a Hitpredictor at Hot AC and is now crossing over as a HitPredictor at Mainstream AC this week.
17 Year old Scotty McCreery is on top of the world after being crowned king of the 10th season of American Idol. His coronation single “I Love You This Big”, released within a few weeks after American Idol ended, is already racing up the Country charts and it’s a Country HitPredictor this week.
“Walk” is the eleventh and last track, as well as the second single from American rock band Foo Fighters. The song can be heard in the background of the bar scene and closing credits of the movie Thor. Dave Grohl came up with the verse about “having a trial” after the time he was helping his first daughter, Violet Maye learn to walk, and eventually she was able to walk on her own. This week it’s both an Alternative and Active HitPredictor.
What do y’all think of the HitPredictors this week? Which one do you like the most?