"Clarity" is the breakthrough pop hit single from German dance music producer Zedd. It features vocals from English singer Foxes.
"What About Love" is a single by 17 year old teen star Austin Mahone. It was produced by RedOne.
"Treasure" is the third single from Bruno Mars' album 'Unorthodox Jukebox.' It is a collaboration with his songwriting and production team the Smeezingtons.
"We Can't Stop" is the first single from Miley Cyrus' first new album in three years. It is a downtempo, defiant party song.
"Blurred Lines" is Robin Thicke's biggest pop hit single. It is the lead release from the album of the same name. The song is co-written and produced by Pharrell Williams
"Mirrors" is Justin Timberlake's second single from the album 'The 20/20 Experience.' It echoes the style of previous successful singles and was produced by Timbaland and his production team.
"#Beautiful" is the first official single from Mariah Carey's upcoming thirteenth studio album. It was co-written and co-produced by Miguel and is bathed in retro soul sounds.
"Safe and Sound" is the first hit single from alternative pop duo Capital Cities. The pair built a strong grassroots reputation before signing with major label Capitol Records.
"#thatPOWER" is a single from will.i.am's solo album #willpower. The song was co-written and co-produced by DJ Ammo. It has become a nearly instant pop hit fueled by the current success of both artists.
"Just Give Me a Reason" was originally intended as simply a songwriting collaboration between Pink and Nate Ruess of fun. However, it became obvious the song should be performed as a duet.
"Get Lucky" is the first single from Daft Punk's fourth studio album 'Random Access Memories,' their first new studio album in eight years. The song instantly topped sales charts in both the US and UK.
"Paper Planes" is the first major pop single hit by M.I.A. in the US. The song has generated some controversy for its use of gunshots in the song's chorus.
"Can't Hold Us" is the follow up single to the huge #1 hit "Thrift Shop." Macklemore and Ryan Lewis once again blend hip hop with anthemic soul.
Icona Pop's "I Love It" is the breakthrough international pop hit for the Swedish duo. It is agressively catchy dance pop.
"Gentleman" is Psy's follow up single to the worldwide smash hit "Gangnam Style." It is a return to somewhat less flamboyant K-Pop dance music. The song is in both Korean and English, but is anchored by a chorus, "I'm a mother father gentleman."
"Come and Get It" is the Selena Gomez solo debut single. It is the first release from her first album separate from the group Selena Gomez and the Scene.
The Jonas Brothers' "Pom Poms" is the first single release from the band's first album in four years. It was produced by Nick Jonas.
"Next To Me" was Emeli Sande's second major hit as lead solo artist in the UK. In the US it is her pop breakthrough. The song carries a huge gospel-influenced sound.
"Heart Attack" is Demi Lovato's first single from her fourth studio album. The song was produced by the Suspex including writing and production from Mitch Allan.
"Almost Home" by Mariah Carey is a single from the soundtrack to the Disney movie 'OZ: The Great and Powerful.' It was co-written and co-produced by Stargate.
Closer is the first single from the Tegan and Sara album 'Heartthrob.' It was produced and co-written by Greg Kurstin.
Boy band One Direction mash up punk classics "One Way Or Another" by Blondie and "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones. The single is an official Comic Relief charity release.
"Troublemaker" is the first single from Olly Murs' album 'Right Place, Right Time.' It is also his breakthrough pop hit in the US. The song features rapping from Flo Rida.
"My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up)" is the first single by Fall Out Boy in their return from a three year hiatus. It will be included on the album 'Save Rock and Roll.'
"Catch My Breath" is Kelly Clarkson's first single from her Greatest Hits collection. It looks back at her career as a pop star and forward to a positive future.