HitPredictor Chart Results


Happy Monday!! Here are the chart results from HitPredictor for the week.

Last month Lady Gaga stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to announce that the Mutt Lange produced ballad “You and I” was her next single and performed it on “So You Think You Can Dance” after being a guest judge. Adele’s 2nd album “21” has notched 12 weeks at #1 and the 2nd single from it is “Someone Like You”. The song was inspired by a broken relationship of hers, and speaks of Adele coming to terms with it. Both songs are HitPredictors this week at¬†Mainstream Top 40.

Lady Antebellum’s “Just A Kiss” is the lead single from the group’s upcoming third studio album, Own the Night, and was one of the last songs recorded for the album, inspired by band member Hillary Scott’s love relationship. “Just A Kiss” is their 5th number 1 at¬†Country¬†and it’s a¬†Hot AC¬†HitPredictor this week.

David Cook’s “The Last Goodbye” is the first single from his sophomore album, This Loud Morning and was co-written by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder. It’s a¬†Mainstream AC¬†HitPredictor this week.

Rihanna is currently on tour in support of her Loud album, and she is set to make her feature film debut in the big-screen adaptation of the game of the same name, Battleship, scheduled for release in 2012. This week Rihanna’s “Cheers” is a¬†Rhythmic¬†HitPredictor.

Chris Brown’s latest hit “Wet the Bed” features elite rapper Ludacris. The lyrics explore ways to leave a woman satisfied. “Mrs. Right” is the new hit from Mindless Behavior, who toured with Justin Bieber and Jason Der√ľlo, and is the sole opening act for Janet Jackson’s 2011 tour. Drake’s “Headlines” is a song about the ups and downs of his new found celebrity, and it’s the first single from Drake’s second studio album Take Care. All 3 songs are¬†Urban¬†HitPredictors and this week they’re all¬†Rhythmic¬†HitPredictors as well.

Miranda Lambert has been working on music for her new group Pistol Annies, also featuring Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, and it’s due in August. Her own and fourth album, Four the Record is due in November and “Baggage Claim”, the first single from it is a¬†Country¬†HitPredictor.

Mumford & Sons have had a great 2011. They earned Grammy Award nominations for Best New Artist and Best Rock Song and just recorded two songs for Andrea Arnold’s movie adaption of Wuthering Heights. “Roll Away Your Stone” is the fourth single by the London folk quartet from their debut album, Sigh No More. Alternative Rockers Jane’s Addiction formed in the mid 80s and broke up in their initial farewell tour in the early 90s. They launched the first Lollapalooza festival, and after a 2nd career and breakup in the early part of this decade the band reformed again in 2008, and the first single from their current album The Great Escape is “Irresistible Force”. Both songs are¬†Alternative¬†HitPredictors this week.

Gavin Rossdale and Bush are set to release their fifth studio album The Sea of Memories next month, and the first single from it is “Sound Of Winter”, which is an¬†Active Rock¬†HitPredictor this week.

Hear New Music First – HP

2 thoughts on “HitPredictor Chart Results

  1. Peggy Sue

    Just love David Cook new song The Last Goodbye, Video, and the whole album This Loud Morning it is the Best! Can not wait to hear more singles off of this album.

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