Katy Perry: Part of Me is Katy’s 2012 3D documentary-concert film that is set to be released July 5th and was inspired by Madonna’s Truth or Dare concert documentary movie from the early 90s. Katy Perry’s next single from Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection is “Wide Awake” and it’s this week’s Mainstream Top 40 HitPredictor.
David Guetta’s “Titanium” originally featured Mary J Blige but was rerecorded with Australian recording artist, Sia and it has already become Guetta’s 5th #1 single in the UK. Drake’s latest “HYFR” is from his second studio album Take Care. Both songs are HitPredictors at Rhythmic this week.
“Outta My Head” is the 2nd single from Daughtry’s third studio album Break The Spell, which has already reached Top 10 on the Billboard 200. Grouplove’s “Tongue Tied” was featured in an Apple iPod Touch commercial in 2011. Both songs are HitPredictors at Hot AC this week.
“Shadow Dancing” is the lead single from Born and Raised Fun, John Mayer’s 5th single, and it’s a Mainstream AC HitPredictor this week.
Besides being a judge on The Voice, Blake Shelton is keeping busy on his WELL LIT & AMPLIFIED TOUR. The fourth single “Over“, from his album Red River Blue is this week’s Country HitPredictor.
Athens’ Roots-Rock band Alabama Shakes, whose lead singer Brittany Howard has been compared to Janis Joplin by a lead NY Times music critic is shaking up the Alternative world with their first album Boys & Girls, and its first single is “Hold On“. Back in October Emily Haines, lead singer of Canadian Indie band Metric announced that the band was nearing completion of their fifth studio album Synthetica, and “Youth Without Youth” is the first single. Both songs are Alternative HitPredictors this week.
Charm City Devils were named after their hometown of Baltimore, and the first single from their first album Let’s Rock-N-Roll is “Man Of Constant Sorrow“. American Capitalist is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch, and their first single is “Coming Down“. Both songs are Active Rock HitPredictors this week.