Co-written by Kesha Sebert, we can't argue the similarities between this and Blow. In the chorus, I love the beats and chants. It will make us chest-pumped till the end. This had been the theme-song of my summer while having our on-the-job training.
2. On the Floor by Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull
This latin-flavored dance/club anthem by J.Lo comes next. I love the production. It is very J.Lo and it makes me dance the night away.
3. Judas by Lady Gaga
A love song using Judas as a metaphor of Gaga's betrayer. It contains some dark and industrial elements but you can feel the dance-pop vibes through its theatrical chorus. I love the dubstep breakdown and the "ew."
4. Blow by Ke$ha
A generic club-track by America's favorite party girl. It contains a very smart opening followed by a repetitive chorus. The song is addictive and its video is fun.
5. Arms by Christina Perri
A folky piano-driven ballad by my new favorite singer. Her sweet voice and the song's melody are its strong point. It is must-hear to those who likes Colbie Caillat.
6. You Lie by The Band Perry
A country song by my favorite country group. Kimberly Perry's voice is simply amazing. It fits on the song's message. I love the similes, it's quite fun and humorous.
7. Mean by Taylor Swift
A song about the critics telling Swift the she can't sing. I consider it a song bashing off uncool bullies. The banjo part before the bridge is the best part.
8. Forever And a Day by Kelly Rowland
Another perfect collaboration of Kelly and David Guetta but less catchy and her voice is a bit noisy.
9. Super Bass by Nicki Minaj
Great song! Bad Billboard Music Awards Performance! It's not Hip-Hop or Rap, It's Pop!
10. Right There by Nicole Scherzinger
An island-flavored song that sounds like Rihanna. It is dancey. It's Rude Boy Pt 2.