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YOUR HOT NEW RELEASES: Columbia's MKTO (above) bring their new one to Pop radio this week, while Def Jam's Rhythm breakout Jeremih mounts his assault and Gipp's Cee Lo-spiced mix of soul and hip-hop may well prove to be "Gold." The week also marks the return of superstars Drake and Pitbull, and Epic's 20-year-old, Brooklyn-bred rapper Bobby Shmurda—a viral sensation thanks to his "shmoney dance"—goes mainstream. For its part, Modern Rock opens its home to Broods and sets the time machine for 1979.

TOP 40
MKTO
, “American Dream” (Columbia)
Jeremith  f/YG, “Don't Tell ’Em” (Def Jam)
Pitbull f/John Ryan, “Fireball” (Mr. 305/Polo Grounds/RCA)
Gipp f/Cee Lo Green, “Shine Like Gold” (Epic)

RHYTHM
Bobby Shmurda
, “Hot Boy” (Epic)
Drake, “1-100” (YMCMB/Republic)
Pitbull f/John Ryan, “Fireball” (Mr. 305/Polo Grounds/RCA)

ALTERNATIVE
Broods, "Mother & Father" (Capitol)
Death From Above 1979, "Trainwreck 1979"  (Warner Bros.)

If you're interested in learning to do Shmurda's dance, by the way, you could do worse than study this cop. (8/4a)

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