HitPredictor Chart Results

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Gavin Degraw is the opening act for the Maroon 5 and Train show, and this week Gavin’s “Not Over You” is a Mainstream Top 40 HitPredictor.

Lady Gaga is known for being outrageous, so it shouldn’t be surprising that the promo for her performance on MTV’s upcoming VMA awards features her playing as she removes her top. The Lady’s 4th single from Born This Way is “You & I,” and it’s this week’s sole Hot AC HitPredictor.

Nashville’s Lady Antebellum has just released a track from their new album “We Owned the Night.” Meanwhile, after being a Country hit, “Just A Kiss” from their last album is simultaneously climbing three Pop charts, and it’s a Mainstream AC HitPredictor this week.

Drake’s “Headlines” is the official lead single from his sophomore album Take Care. The album’s title comes from the fact that Drake felt he rushed his first album, and on his sophomore release he swore to himself that he’d take his time to do this album right. Sean Paul has resurfaced with a new single “Got 2 Luv U” featuring Alexis Jordan, and the song talks about the fact that he is willing to do anything in honor of love. In return, Alexis makes a vocal vow to provide unconditional love. Both songs are Rhythmic HitPredictors this week.
A few weeks ago Ace Hood released Blood, Sweat, & Tears, and commenting on the album’s third single “Body To Body”, featuring Chris Brown, Broward County, FL native Ace says it “is probably going to be the projects biggest song yet”. It’s an Urban HitPredictor this week.

Martina McBride has been in the public eye all this year, being part of the quartet of Divas that paid tribute to Aretha Franklin at the Grammys. Then, she was a last minute replacement at the Boston Pops’ 4th of July Celebration. “I’m Gonna Love You Through It” is the second single from Martina McBride’s new album titled Eleven, which is due to be released in October and it’s this week’s sole Country HitPredictor.

Black Stone Cherry’s music is often associated with bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd as well as Black Crowes. Their song writing is often praised for great storytelling that delivers a strong message. The 2nd single from their third studio album Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea is “Blame It On The Boom Boom” and it’s an Active Rock HitPredictor this week.

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