Category Archives: Playlist Update

Top Must Download MP3s as of June 20, 2008

Boys Like Girls - Thunder

Hey walking hit charts! Time to freshen up your pods. Here are the latest must-download mp3s.

  1. Jonas Brothers- Burning Up (* coming soon)
  2. Boys Like Girls – Thunder
  3. Secondhand Serenade – Fall For You
  4. Plies – Bust It Baby
  5. Handlebars – Flobots
  6. FloRida feat Fergie , Will.I.Am – In The Ayer
  7. Miley Cyrus – 7 Things
  8. Ne-Yo – Closer
  9. Paramore – That’s What You Get
  10. Pussy Cat Dolls – When I Grow Up
  11. Sara Barreilles – Bottle It Up
  12. New Kids On the Block – Summertime

This is not really a Top Ten of something. Just a random thought on what radio stations and your iPods should be playing right now. But intentionally, we put Jonas Brothers at the top since we realize the massiveness of its popularity. The songs premiers today on US radio stations. And most likely it will be another iTunes hit.

The emo thingy is back again, in fact, it’s never gone. We especially like Boys Like Girl’s new single called Thunder, just very emo-ish! And another emo-emo stuff is Secondhand Serenade’s Fall For You.

Among the rhythmic tracks, Bust It Baby by Plies sounds good and it’s a potential hit! In The Ayer isn’t picking up yet. PCD’s When I Grow Up is getting a lot of attention and publicity. Credit that to Britney Spears’ cameo for the video of that song.

Sara Barreilles’ Bottle It Up is a follow up to her Love Song.

Get ’em now!

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Music Video for In The Ayer – Flo-Rida feat Fergie & Will.I.Am

In The Ayer mp3 download FloRida feat Fergie Will.I.Am

From the same guy who gave you Low, comes another smashing danceable hip-hop tune called In The Ayer. In The Ayer as in “in the air” features BEP stars Fergie and Will.I.Am. Check out the recently out music video.

In The Ayer – FloRida featuring Fergie & Will.I.Am | mp3 link

Radio Hitlist Update for May 2008: Leona Lewis Tops Charts in Q1

Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis Tops Radio Hitlist and Hit Charts

Pop, Ballads

Leona Lewis’ Bleeding Love continues to dominate the charts across three radio formats AC, Hot AC and CHR. Leona’s charm and interesting personality, not to mention the fact that she’s a Simon Cowell talent, seem to giver her plenty of advantage.

Check out the Jason Nevins remix for Bleeding Love. Click here.

Jordin Sparks - One At A TimeJordin Sparks is coming up with a follow up to her No Air single which features Chris Brown. The title of the new single is “One Step At A Time”. You can Listen to the track here. The track is a little rhythmic but still has some softness which makes it fitting to be called a ballad.

Rihanna’s Take A Bow is also gaining a lot of airplays lately. Although not all fans are quite impressed with her new boyish haircut. Some say she looks like a Halle Berry while some thinks she’s a guy with boobs. Oh!

Realize by Colbie Caillat is still doing pretty strong. Make sure to add this song to your playlist as this for me is a breather to most of the rhythmic songs that flock today’s playlists.

Mariah Carey - Bye ByeThe biggest newcomer to the soft pop and ballads side of radio hitlists is Mariah Careys’ Bye Bye. Big because it’s a Mariah Carey, plus the fact that her latest Bahamas wedding is giving her such a big favor of publicity. Anyway, your radio station should definitely include it in your weekly or daily countdown.

The song is quite predictable though. But still catchy enough to qualify as a culprit for last song syndrome. This song though, I believe will have a very short shelf life. So, your radio station should play it while it’s still hot.

Rock

Well, speaking of big and Mariah Carey, here is a sure huge hit that’s been like gaining a mammoth amount of requests and airplays. David Cook’s cover for Always Be My Baby is now one of the most played songs in Metro Manila, Cebu and Davao. I don’t think major stations in the US are giving this guy a chance.

David Cook - Always Be My BabyI think David Cook’s success can be attributed to the fact that he’s a Chris Daughtry sound-a-like. Oops, no offence to DC fans, because I’m a DC fan too. People are like wanting to hear more Daughtry songs.

Check out all the other upcoming and good performing songs on the airwaves below.

Rock

Country

Pop

Rhythmic, Dance

New Kids On The Block Returns: Summertime

New Kids On The Block Summertime free mp3 download2007 was the year when Spice Girls returned in the music scene. It did create a ripple but not that quite. Now come summer of 2008 another 90s pop music phenomenon is returning and these guys are blowing fans away in the US and in around the world. The NKOTB is back with a “synthy” pop track called Summertime, just a perfect comeback song for the 90s boy band which of course we last heard back in 1994.

It’s been indeed fourteen years since we heard the guys performing and almost like ten years since we last heard Jordan Knight and Joey McIntyre who both went solo in the late 90s. One of Jordan Knight’s memorable solo hits is Give It To You. Joey McIntyre went with the softer side of pop as he is best remembered with the song Stay The Same.

The album is yet to be named but all digital stores will be officially opening their sales for the New Kids On The Block returning album on May 13. The group’s first public performance will be in New York during the Z100 FM Zootopia Concert on May 17.

Make sure your radio station is going to be right on the time when the album will be out. Make sure too that you will be the first station to introduce it on your market. In the US as of first week of May, Summertime has already reached the second spot on the list of the most played new singles.

 

Playlist Update For March 2008: Spotlight on Taylor Swift ‘Our Song’

Fresh country pop star Taylor Swift tops this month’s most promising hit makers. Taylor Swift who became a household name with her single “Tear Drops On My Guitar” is back with another country cutie track called “Our Song”. C heck out the video.

In the meantime, here are the rest of the March 2008 Playlist Update this month here on RadioJingles.wordpress.com:

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Playlist Update for October

It’s mid-October but it’s not too late to catch up with the latest. Rhythmic songs are definitely flocking the playlist update. But we also have a new rock track Carlos Santana and Chad Kroeger. Herea are new stuffs to add to your playlist this month:

Kiss Kiss by Chris Brown

Into The Night by Santana and Chad Kroeger

Never Too Late by Three Days Grace

Love Like This by Natasha Bedingfield(feat Sean Kingston)

1,2,3,4 by Feist

Take You There by Sean Kingston

Just Fine by Mary J. Blige