Happy Tuesday! Let's hop to it!
Alexandra Stan--> Mr. Saxobeat
I assume this will really take off as one of the house/international songs that we in radio have to jump on board with. I'm not a huge fan, but I'll have to get used to it.
Candyman 187 ft. Snoop Dogg--> High Off the Fame
Also not my favorite song I've ever heard. I don't think it'll become huge, but you'll probably hear it around.
Gavin Degraw--> Not Over You
I love it, but I'm a fan of this kind of music, and definitely of Gavin. I'm glad he's back, and I could totally listen to this song over and over again!
Lady Gaga--> You and I
I like that she's switching up her sound a bit, and I can definitely appreciate this song. I know, it's crazy. She shot the video in Nebraska, which also adds a hint of I'm-okay-with-this. We shall see how it does...
Patrick Stump ft. Lupe Fiasco--> This City
I for sure enjoy a song that shows city-spirit, no matter where you're from. I love the sound of this song, and I think it could do pretty well as a single. I dig him and his voice and his song.
I love the weekend-anthem theme, obviously, but what's with the Avril chime-ins for "yeahyeah"? A lot of things throw me off, but as a whole, it's kinda fun.... kinda.
Simple Plan ft. Natasha Bedingfield--> Jet Lag
I heard this in a store the other day and wondered who the relatively familiar sound was. At first I thought it was a little cheesy, but it grew on me quick. I enjoy.
The only new country music available on YouTube as of now:
Justin Moore--> Bait a Hook
Sorry I don't have more Country, but enjoy!