Rihanna tops our hot 20
Refusing to give up the top spot is
We Found Love by Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris, one of the hottest songs in the world, rightfully atop this chart.
Advancing to #2 is
Rain Over Me, by Marc Anthony and Pitbull. Tumbling to #3 is
Without You by David Guetta featuring Usher. Improving to #4 is
Good Feeling by Flo Rida, the same song as Levels by Avicii, a smoking dance track. Falling to #5 is
Sexy And I Know It by LMFAO. Did you see them with Madonna during her halftime show at the Superbowl? Party Rock is the term that most accurately describes these party animals.
Jumping to #6 is
The One That Got Away by Katy Perry, a former essential new tune. Slipping to #7 is
Mr Saxobeat by Alexandra Stan. You will love the punchy beat of this track and I know my mom loves the saxophone so Moms would love this track.
Speaking of my parents, I pause to wish the Most Amazing Dad in the world, my dad, a happy 75th birthday on Wednesday gone. The Lord blessed me with simply amazing parents and as the fifth commandment says, today “I honour my mother and father, that my days may be long”.
Improving to #8 is a rare hip hop/rap love song,
Lotus Flower Bomb by Wale featuring Miguel. On the way down at #9 is
Moves like Jagger by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera.
Improving to #10 is a former essential new tune,
Party People (Ignite The World) by Erika Jayne. Soaring to #11 is
Ni**as in Paris by Jay Z featuring Kanye West. This track has an unusual beat, which seems to be the norm in the rap game these days. Well, you can't say they're not being creative. Tumbling to #12 is
Love On Top by Beyonce, which has had a good run but is now dropping. Improving to #13 it's
Hangover by Taio Cruz featuring Florida.
Up to #14 is
Turn Me On by David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj. This is a monster dance hit which is tearing up charts worldwide.
Improving to #15 is
Rack City by Tyga, this week's essential new tune. Also on the way up, at #16 is
Dance (A$$) by Big Sean featuring Nicki Minaj.
Slipping to #17 is
She Will by Lil Wayne featuring Drake. This is a smooth rap track that has been in this chart for months. Down to #18 is
Countdown by Beyonce.
Climbing to #20 is
Hotel Nacional by the original Latina Diva, Gloria Estefan. Tumbling to #20 after some six months in the charts is one of the hottest anthems of 2011 and the quintessential party anthem,
Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock.