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JoJo has been touring with Joe Jonas and Jay Sean recently, and after 5 years she’s also back with her 3rd album, Jumping Trains, and her first single is “Disaster“. “I Like It Like That” is the second single from Nashville’s Hot Chelle Rae’s second album Whatever. Nicole Scherzinger has had 2 great years in a row. Last year she was the winner of the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars and this year she’s been featured as one of the judges on the X Factor. Scherzinger’s “Don’t Hold Your Breath” peaked at #1 on the UK charts. All three songs are HitPredictors atĀ Mainstream Top 40Ā this week.

Both of this week’s HitPredictors atĀ RhythmicĀ feature Pop superstar Bruno Mars. “Young, Wild & Free” is a collaboration song by rappers Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa, and it’s from the Mac & Devin Go To High School soundtrack. On his hit “Mirror“, Lil Wayne is rapping about his father while taking inspiration from the King of Pop. The track appears on the deluxe version of his Tha Carter IV mix tape.

Called Out In The Dark” from the UK’s Snow Patrol is the first single from the band’s sixth studio album, Fallen Empires. It’s aĀ Hot ACĀ HitPredictor this week.

Have you heard that catchy tune over and over again on the Nissan Versa TV commercial? That’s “Don’t Stop (Color On The Walls)” by Foster The People. It’s the 3rd single from their self-titled debut album, and it’s this week’s soleĀ AlternativeĀ HitPredictor.

Lacuna Coil is Milan Italy’s very popular gothic metal band, featuring female vocalists Andrea Ferro and Cristina Scabbia. Dark Adrenaline is their 6th album and the first single from the record is “Trip the Darkness“, and it’s anĀ Active RockĀ HitPredictor this week.

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