Caro Emerald has turned out to be my favorite female artist of 2010. Her videos have been featured several times on this blog. Here is a great find. Caro sings her 2 hit songs over recorded tracks in a studio. "Back It Up" followed by "A Night Like This."
Mel's Weekly Top 20Week of August 15, 2010
|This Week||Song Title||Artist||Last Week|
|1||My First Kiss (Feat. Ke$ha)||3OH!3||1|
|4||Heavy Feeling||Justine Bennett||4|
|5||Cool My Heels||Nikki Yanofsky||3|
|6||Fire With Fire||Scissor Sisters||8|
|7||A Night Like This||Caro Emerald||7|
|8||Like We Used to||A Rocket to the Moon||9|
|9||California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg)||Katy Perry||6|
|10||Jar of Hearts||Christina Perri||11|
|12||Undo It||Carrie Underwood||13|
|13||Come Over Love||Anuhea||14|
|16||Uh Oh (Radio Edit)||Kyrah||18|
|17||Please Don't Go||Mike Posner||19|
|18||Release Me||The Like||20|
|20||Be My Thrill||The Weepies||--|
Two songs make their chart debut this week: "Wake Up" @ #19 by Pepper and "Be My Thrill" by The Weepies at #20. Both artists are making their debuts to the Weekly Top 20, having never charted before. Of the two, I think The Weepies have a better chance of calling their track a hit, at least on this chart.
The number one and number two songs remain the same as they were last week. Maroon 5's "Misery" continues to track up - this week moving from #5 to #3. Will the song make it to #1?
Elsewhere most of the songs remain steady movers with only incremental jumps up. The only exception is Taio Cruz with his latest single "Dynamite" moving from #16 to #11 this week. The track already tops several other charts.