1.On The Floor – J Lo and Pitbull – When not tooling around L.A. and pretending it's the Bronx, or wasting her time on American Idol, J Lo can occasionally kill it. as in this track with the incomparable PR PB.
2. Where Them Girls At – David Guetta feat Flo Rida And Nicki Minaj – I firmly believe Nicki is much better on other peoples tracks. This, one of Guetta's best bass heavy patterns, shows Nicki to great effect, "hey, hey what can I say, day, day,dayyy…" perfect nonsense rap.
3. Telephone – Lady Gaga, Beyonce – One of LG's greatest moments. Beyonce is pretty damn good as well.
4. Gucci Gucci – Kreyshawn – I don't think she is a one hit wonder but if she is? This is rap to conspicious consumption is a pretty good one hit.
5. Cupid's Chicken'sholdBreakfast In America – Gym Class Heroes – "We even have a secret hanshake and she loves the music my band makes…" It must be love!
6. I'm In Miami, Bitch – LMFAO – THREE YEARS since I heard this song, "drink all day, play all night, let's get it poppin'…" Talk about a manifesto.
7.Tonight Tonight – Hot Chelle Rae – If these guys are also one hit wonders, and I'm not obsessed with the album, this is a goodie.
8. Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson
9. For The First Time – The Script – Catchy sucker, but "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" was better. Why didn't it hit? Because "Moved" had a crappy song name.
10. Just Dance – Lady Gaga – So, obviously, I am still under the influence of Jingle Ball. And here is where it all began.
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