The Cataracs latest dance pop confection leads this week's list heading into the Christmas holidays. Dance pop dominates the selections.
The Cataracs collaborate with singer Dev once again on another ultra-catchy club ready track. The lyrics are soaked in alcohol and "Sunrise" is very party friendly. The song will be included on the upcoming Cataracs album 12. The production duo are looking for their first pop breakthrough as lead artists.
Ke$ha doesn't want to be forgotten this holiday season, so she grabbed one of the most popular tracks off her Cannibal EP and added four top rappers to the mix. The result is one of the top party tracks for heading into the New Year. This won't endear Ke$ha to any new fans, but it clearly shows she still has her thumb on what makes current, fun party music.
Colette Carr was discovered when she was invited on stage to freestyle rap at a Game concert. She was signed to a recording contract by Cherrytree and released her first single "Back It Up" in 2009. Colette Carr reached #1 on Billboard's uncharted artists chart earlier this year.
"Better Than I Used To Be" is the first single from country star Tim McGraw's upcoming 11th studio album Emotional Traffic. It is his first in more than two years. It has made a quick leap on to country radio and is already swiftly climbing the country charts. Tim McGraw's last seven studio albums all reached #1 or #2 on the album chart.
United Rockers 4U is a coalition of rock musicians from a wide array of top level bands. The purpose of the group is to use the power of music to raise money for charitable causes. They first came together earlier this year to help provide funds for disaster relief in Japan in the wake of the devastating earthquake and tsunami.