Week of 7.14 – STL 20 Countdown with Paul Cook

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This week on The STL 20 countdown, see which female artist joins the countdown with her latest single from her fifth studio album, and see if The Wanted can remain on top at number one! Keep reading the STL 20 recap to find out!

Each week, Paul Cook brings you the recap of what’s been hot on the airwaves. Check out the Y98 STL 20 every Saturday morning from 8 – 10am to find out which songs were on top for the week and which artists have songs on the rise.

In case you missed last week’s countdown, click here for a quick recap!

#20 – Kelly Clarkson – “Dark Side”

Kelly Clarkson joins the STL 20 countdown again with her latest single, “Dark Side” from her fifth studio album, Stronger.

#19 – Bruno Mars – “It Will Rain”

Bruno Mars falls back one spot to #19  this week with his latest single, “It Will Rain.”

#18 – Adele – “Set Fire to the Rain”

Adele slips back one to the #18  this week on the countdown with her third single “Set Fire to the Rain,” from 2010’s 21.

#17 – Katy Perry – “Wide Awake”

Katy Perry jumps ahead in the STL 20 countdown this week to #17 with her latest single, “Wide Awake” from her 2012 album, Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection.

#16 – Rihanna – “We Found Love”

Rihanna jumps falls back to #16 this week with “We Found Love,” the lead single from her sixth studio album, 2011’s Talk That Talk.

#15 - Karmin – “Brokenhearted”

Coming in at #15 this week is Karmin with their single “Brokenhearted” from their 2012 debut album, Hello.

#14 – Jessie Jay- “Domino” 

Jessie J stays slips back this week on the countdown to #14 with her latest single “Domino” from her first studio album Who Are You.

#13 – Neon Trees – “Everybody Talks”

Coming in at #13 this week is Neon Trees with their latest single, “Everyone Talks” from their second studio album, Picture Show released in December 2011.

#12- Katy Perry- “Part Of Me”

Katy Perry falls back one spot to #12 this week with “Part Of Me” from her album Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection.

#11 – Flo Rida ft. Sia – “Wild Ones”

This week Flo Rida featuring Sia jump to #11 with their song “Wild Ones” from Flo Rida’s upcoming fourth studio album Wild Ones.

#10 – Kelly Clarkson – “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You)”

Kelly Clarkson falls back to the #10 spot this week with her song, “Stronger,” released as the second single from 2011’s Stronger.

#9 – Jason Mraz – “I Won’t Give Up”

Jason Mraz jumps ahead one spot #9 with “I Won’t Give Up” from his upcoming fourth studio album, Love Is a Four Letter Word..

#8- Train – “Drive By”

Train holds onto the #8 spot with their song, “Drive By” from their upcoming album California 37.  Train comes to the Peabody Opera House on July 29th! Tickets on sale now!

#7 – Adele – “Rumor Has It”

Adele slips back one spot and comes in at number #7 this week with her fourth single “Rumor Has It” from her 2010 album 21.

#6 – One Direction – “What Makes You Beautiful”

One Direction comes in at #6 this week with their single “What Makes You Beautiful” from their 2011 debut studio album, Up All Night.

#5- fun. – “We Are Young”

Indie pop band fun. come in at #5 this week, falling back one spot with their single, “We Are Young” from their second studio album Some Nights released in February 2012.

#4 – Gotye – “Somebody That I Used To Know”

Belgium-Australian musician, Gotye falls back two spots to #4 this week with his song “Somebody That I Used To Know from his 2011 album, Making Mirrors.

#3 – Carly Rae Jepsen – “Call Me Maybe”

Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen jumps ahead in the countdown to #3 this week with her single, “Call Me Maybe” from her first EP, Curiosity.

#2 – The Wanted – “Glad You Came”

Falling back one spot, he Wanted come in at the #2 spot with their single, “Glad You Came” from their second studio album, Battleground.

#1 – Maroon 5 – “Payphone”

Maroon 5 jumps ahead in the countdown to #1 with their latest single, “Payphone” from their fourth studio album Overexposed which is due out June 26, 2012.

In case you missed last week’s countdown, click here for a quick recap!

Tune in again to the STL 20 next week to see which tracks are on the move.

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