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Radio Songs

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Outta My Head by Craig Campbell
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Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus
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Applause by Lady Gaga
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Pompeii by Bastille
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Beware by Big Sean featuring Jhene Aiko and Lil Wayne
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I Got You by Jack Johnson
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We Can’t Stop by Miley Cyrus
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Slow Down by Selena Gomez
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Love Somebody by Maroon 5
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See You Again by Carrie Underwood
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Brave by Sara Bareilles
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Jump Right In by Zac Brown Band
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Fall Down by will.i.am featuring Miley Cyrus
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Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke feat. Pharrell
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Southern Comfort Zone by Brad Paisley
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One of those Nights by Tim McGraw
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Pour It Up by Rihanna
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The Only Way I Know by Jason Aldean with Luke Bryan & Eric Church
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Too Close By Alex Clare
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Somebody That I Used To Know By Gotye ft. Kimbra
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Better Dig Two by The Band Perry
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Adorn By Miguel
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Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain) by Gary Allan
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Clique By Big Sean, Jay-Z and Kanye West
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Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself) By Ne-Yo
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Catch My Breath By Kelly Clarkson
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Swimming Pools (Drank) By Kendrick Lamar
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The A Team By Ed Sheeran
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Don’t Stop the Party By Pitbull ft. TJR
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One More Night By Maroon 5
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It’s Time By Imagine Dragons
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Some Nights By Fun.
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Beauty and a Beat By Justin Bieber ft. Nicki Minaj
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Home By Phillip Phillips
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I Cry By Flo Rida
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I Knew You were Trouble by Taylor Swift
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Girl on Fire By Alicia Keys ft. Nicki Minaj
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Wanted by Hunter Hayes
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Try By Pink
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Die Young By Ke$ha
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Diamonds By Rihanna

About Radio Songs

 

No one can underestimate the reach and power of the radio. In this age when the Internet is becoming the most preferred form of medium, it is amazing how radio stations continue to operate. Radio songs are still keeping listeners up and interested to listen to what is going on the airwaves. This form of medium is still the most reliable when it comes to finding out the latest songs from various recording artists.

Radio stations keep their own playlists. It is logical for those to maintain those lists based on actual requests from their valued listeners. You may not believe it but up to now, many music lovers and followers still tune in to their favorite radio stations to wait for their new favorite songs to be played. Many people are still calling phone lines to ask for their songs to be played on air. In fact, radio requests are now enjoying the popularity of social media, which enable listeners to more easily and quickly request for their songs to be played.

The hottest and most requested radio songs are often tabulated by radio stations and other third parties. The charts are usually produced on a weekly basis, although some do it daily. Radio chart data collection is actually not complicated. It is mainly based on actual requests from listeners. Logically, tracks that are most requested place higher on the listing. The list may include a certain number of songs, from 10 to even 100.

Airplay points are gathered and tabulated in an orderly manner. Any song can generate an airplay point, each time it is chosen to be played on radio stations. Music charts like Billboard often monitor those airplay points when tabulating radio airplay of songs. Take note that radio songs on charts are usually part of mainstream. That is because mainstream radio stations have higher volume of regular listeners. Those may include pop, hip hop, rock, or country. Moreover, there are special radio stations that focus on specific genres. Those may come out with their own radio hit lists, which may focus on the specific types of songs on their playlists.

Listings of radio songs are usually ahead of other music charts. The reason for this is quite logical: most singles hit the airwaves first before they are released commercially in stores or even online. Radio is often used as a preparatory medium that paves the way for the actual launch of singles. Thus, before any song is released commercially, it is not surprising that listeners are already familiar with those.

Also take note that most radio songs are customized to be appropriate for public listening. That is why many hip hop and rap tracks commonly have radio-friendly versions. Since most radio stations are regulated, you may not expect those to include in their playlists songs that are having profane lyrics. Are you wondering what the hottest radio songs today are? Above is a list of the singles that are popular and most requested in the airwaves this week.