Although she’s still promoting her most recent album Loud, Rihanna is already gearing up to release her presently untitled sixth studio album, which delivers her new Mainstream Top 40 HitPredictor featuring Calvin Harris, “We Found Love” Lady Antebellum performed “Just A Kiss” first on their Houston Rodeo show on March 11, 2011, and then to their biggest audience when they performed it on American Idol. Already a #1 hit at Country, it looks like it’s destined to do the same at
Watch The Throne is a chart topping album by arguably, the world’s most popular rappers Jay Z and Kanye West. Although they originally planned to record it in the South Of France, it was recorded at many other locations around the world, including Sydney Australia, Wiltshire England, Paris and New York City. “Paris” is the 2nd hit from this album. T-Pain wanders the streets alone in the new video for his hit “5 O’Clock”, that features both Wiz Khalifa and English recording artist and fashion designer Lily Allen. Both songs are HitPredictors this week at Rhythmic.
Frankfurt Germany’s J Cole is Jay Z’s protege, and was inspired mostly by rapper Tupac Shakur, as well as Andre 3000 and Eminem among others. His new single “Workout” is from Cole World: The Sideline Story. Diggy Simmons or simply Diggy, is an American rapper and the fourth child of Joseph “Rev. Run”, from 80s HipHop superstars Run DMC. He, along with his parents and five siblings, were the primary subjects of the MTV reality television show Run’s House. His latest hit is “Copy Paste” and it’s an Urban HitPredictor this week.
Back in March, Chris Daughtry tweeted before the release of Break The Spell, that Daughtry’s new album would sound nothing like the previous two. “Crawling Back To You” is the first single and Hot AC HitPredictor from the album this week.
Lady Gaga put on an amazing performance as the closing act at the iHeartMusic Festival in Las Vegas last weekend. Her Rock and roll-influenced song “You & I”, which samples Queen’s “We Will Rock You” and features electric guitar by Queen’s Brian May, is a Mainstream AC HitPredictor this week.
Cage The Elephant have had a busy summer performing at Cochella, the Kansas City Speedway, the Glastonbury Festival at Sommerset England, and on the Jay Leno show in August. “Aberdeen” is an Alternative HitPredictor this week.
Due in late November, Here and Now is the upcoming seventh studio album by Canadian rockers Nickelback, and “Bottoms Up” is the first single released to Rock. Mastodon is an Atlanta heavy metal band, and according to Alternative Press, “this sludge/stoner/alternative metal outfit” is “one of the preeminent metal acts of the early 21st century.” Their latest “Curl Of The Burl” and Nickelback’s “Bottoms Up” are both this week.