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Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits – Chapter One last November. “People Like Us” is the follow-up single to the hit “Catch My Breath.”

Maroon 5 is on a roll – four straight singles have gone to number one on the Billboard Pop chart, with the latest being “Daylight.” The follow-up to that track is “Love Somebody” from Overexposed.

Florida Georgia Line already scored a huge hit among country music fans with this track – now the band hopes to bring it to the masses and possibly introduce us to a summer anthem with the remix that features Nelly.

This song has everyone from Wendy Williams to Rush Limbaugh talking. Beyonce released the track with relatively little fanfare, and has certainly departed from her throne – perhaps stepping off of it to address her “haters.”

This is the second single from the Black Eyed Peas solo emcee’s forthcoming solo LP. As we predicted on “The Ralphie Show,” the album would be released in the States as soon as Will scored a hit, which he did with the Britney Spears’ assisted “Scream and Shout.” #willpower will be released worldwide on April 9. The renaissance man recorded this track with the Biebs while overseas.

While Mike Posner continues to craft his follow up to the debut LP 31 Minutes to Takeoff, the singer/songwriter releases free tracks online. “Toast” is a song that he dedicates “to anyone halfway to their goals.” Download the song for free off of the Soundcloud page.

The Colorado-based electro-pop duo will release Omens on June 18.

Epic Records artist Ginny Blackmore stopped by “The Ralphie Show” to play an acoustic version of her new single, “Bones.” She also talked about the single and her road to a record deal with L.A. Reid.


Bingo Players also produced the track that came to be known as Flo Rida’s “I Cry.” Perhaps realizing that adding mainstream artists with verses to their dope tracks helps the bank status, the DJs enlisted Far East Movement to remix “Rattle.”

My prediction is that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are here for a little longer than the duration of “Thirft Shop.” Sure, the duo may be defined by that track, but a quick listen to The Heist reveals their talent reaches far beyond a novelty song. “Can’t Hold Us” is the second single.