HitPredictor Chart Results


Warning: This is HOT! The hottest songs on HitPredictor right now, according to your ratings.

Romanian recording artist Alexandra Stan’s “Mr. Saxobeat” has been a hit all over Europe including Italy, Denmark, Slovakia, Romania and the UK. It’s one of the hottest songs in the dance clubs right now and is getting major radio airplay in New York and Los Angeles, as well as other cities in the states. This week it’s a HitPredictor at both Mainstream Top 40 and Rhythmic. Rihanna’s new hit is of one of the most popular songs when she’s in concert, her party anthem “Cheers (Drink to That).” As Avril Lavigne makes a cameo on the album with her yodel from 2002 ballad “I’m With You.”

Demi Lovato’s popular new song “Skyscraper” isn’t the only reason she’ll be attending, the star has earned two nominations — Do Something Charity Song and Do Something TV Star, and the song is a HitPredictor at both Mainstream Top 40 and Hot AC this week.

American rapper Wiz Khalifa’s new hit “On My Level” is the third official single from his third studio album, Rolling Papers and features American rapper Too $hort. Drake’s “Marvin’s Room” debuted on his official blog, October’s Very Own in June and it has taken off at radio. Both songs have already been Urban HitPredictors, and this week they’re both Rhythmic HitPredictors.

Monica’s new hit “Anything (To Find You)” features additional vocals from American rapper Rick Ross and was both written and produced by longtime contributor Missy Elliott, for Monica’s upcoming seventh studio album, New Life. It’s an Urban HitPredictor this week.

Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, aka Montgomery Gentry, one of country music’s favorite duos have been nominated for either an ACM, CMA and/or Grammy awards every single year back to their debut album in 1999. This week, they are back with their new single “Where I Come From” which is a Country HitPredictor.


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