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Review On Billboard’s Hot 100, May 6 2010

Posted in billboard, charts, movies, music, video with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 6, 2010 by KammusiK

Here’s the top 20:

# 1   Usher feat. will.I.am – “OMG”

# 2   B.o.B feat. Bruno Mars – “Nothin’ On You”

# 3   Rihanna – “Rude Boy”

# 4   Taio Cruz feat. Ludacris – “Break Your Heart”

# 5   Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”

# 6   Train – “Hey, Soul Sister”

# 7   B.o.B feat. Eminem & Haley Williams – “Airplanes”

# 8   Kesha – “Your Love Is My Drug”

# 9   Jason DeRulo – “In My Head”

#10  Jay-Z feat. Mr. Hudson – “Young Forever”

#11  Ludacris feat. Nicki Minaj – “My Chick Bad”

#12  The Script – “Breakeven”

#13  Lady GaGa feat. Beyoncé – “Telephone”

#14  Drake – “Over”

#15  Sean Kingston & Justin Bieber – “Enie Meenie”

#16  Lady GaGa – “Alejandro”

#17  Black Eyed Peas – “I’mma Be”

#18  Adam Lambet – “Whataya Want From Me”

#19  Kesha – “TiK ToK”

#20  Trey Songz feat. Fabolous – “Say Aah”

Well, this the lastest update of the Billboard’s Hot 100, and what we can see here is Usher claiming the top spot for this week with Will.i.am after jumping from #6 to #1 (and damn! I know last week I said it was saying goodbye to the top!). Another high peak this week was Jay-Z finally making it into the top ten with “Young Forever” from his successful album “The Blueprint 3”. Like I said, Lady GaGa, Adam Lambert and Kesha are saying goodbye with “Telephone”, “TiK ToK” and “Whataya Want From Me”, but rising with “Alejandro” and “Your Love Is My Drug” (and still we’re waiting for the videos). But the most impressive thing here is Lady Antebellum’s single “Need You Now” staying for 11 months on the chart and currently peaking at #5. (And hell, I haven’t heard this song yet!)

Review On Adam Lambert’s Song – “Whataya Want From Me”

Posted in music with tags , , , , , , on May 1, 2010 by KammusiK

This is the new and second single released from his debut album “For Your Entretainment”, wich his first single from it failed to become a succes, but hit or not hit, “Whataya Want From Me” prooves that he can do better than his annoying first single. “WTFM” is a phenomenal pop-rock song that shows a vocal growth and control, is not Lambert’s typical rough voice, he is keeping it away for this time, and the tone he uses in “Whataya Want From Me” is excepcional, making this a wonderful, wonderful song. It is clear that Lambert is not that interested in making tpyical radio songs, he tries to make it a little less commercial, but that does not mean the track is bad, if this doesn’t get any airplay, I won’t be upset, it is the kind of those personal pieces, and not for anyone to sing it. If we didn’t know a little too much this American Idol runner up, and we only listen to this, we wouldn’t realize that he’s actually gay.

By Cesar Camacho

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