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Six weeks for Cee Lo Green’s ‘Forget You’ on top of Atlanta radio



Atlanta’s rising star Cee Lo Green is about to start on NBC’s “Idol” copycat show “The Voice” next Tuesday. He is also still riding high with his song “Forget You” (clean version) on Atlanta radio as the most played song in Atlanta radio for the sixth week in the row.

Star 94, Q100 and Wild continue to give the song top spins while V-103 is gradually dialing it down (10 spins this week) while Hot’s token weekly spin is included, too.

Ke$ha’s “Blow” is the fastest growing song, up 50 spins based on airplay on just two stations: Q100 and Wild.

1. Cee Lo Green “Forget You” 255 (-5)
2. Katy Perry “E.T.” 213 (+43)
3. Rihanna “S&M” 202 (+40)
4. Pink “F-in Perfect’ 184 (-)
5. Bruno Mars “Grenade” 171 (-1)
6. Kanye West “All Of the Lights” 161 (+7)
7. Chris Brown “Look at Me Now” 154 (+1)
8. Nicki Minaj “Moment 4 Life” 145 (-11)
9. Lady Gaga “Born This Way” 145 (-33)
10. Ke$ha “Blow” 145 (+48)
SOURCE: Mediabase 24/7

New adds

Hot 107.9: DJ Drama “Oh My”

V-103: Kelly Rowland “Motivation,” Big Sean “My Last”

Majic 107.5/97.5: Jill Scott “So in Love,” Mint Condition “Caught My Eye”

Q100: Taylor Swift “The Story of Us,” Lady Gaga “Judas,’ Adele “Rolling in the Deep”

Star 94: Andy Grammer “Keep Your Head Up”

Wild 105.7: Lady Gaga “Judas”

B98.5: Bruno Mars “Just the Way You Are”

Dave FM: Paul Simon “The Afterlife,” R.E.M. “Alligator Aviator Autopilot,” Gomez “Options,” Parachute “Something to Believe In”

Project: Korn “Get Up”

The Bull: Zac Brown Band “Knee Deep,” Rodney Atkins “Take a Back Road,” Billy Currington “Love Done Gone”

Kicks: Zac Brown Band “Knee Deep,” Jake Owen “Barefoot Blue Jean Tonight,” Billy Currington “Love Done Gone”

Fish: no adds

Praise: Mary Mary “Something Big”

Top 5 songs with pop and country radio stations (next week: R&B/hip hop & rock)

Star 94
1. Cee Lo Green “F-You”
2. Bruno Mars “Grenade”
3. Pink “F-in Perfect”
4. Katy Perry “Firework”
5. Bruno Mars “Just the Way You Are” (back in the top 5, replacing OneRepublic’s “Secrets”)

1. Rihanna “S&M”
2. Pink “F-in Perfect”
3. Katy Perry “E.T.”
4. Cee Lo Green “F-You”
5. Ke$ha “Blow”

1. Katy Perry “E.T.”
2. Rihanna “S&M”
3. Cee Lo Green “F-You”
4. Diddy-Dirty Money “Coming Home”
5. Bruno Mars “Grenade”

1. Lady Antebellum “Need You Now”
2. Kelly Clarkson “Already Gone”
3. Train “Hey, Soul Sister”
4. Uncle Kracker “Smile”
5. Jason Mraz “I’m Yours”

Fish 104.7
1. MercyMe “Beautiful
2. Chris Tomlin “I Will Follow”
3. Casting Crowns “Glorious Day”
4. TobyMac “Hold On”
5. Third Day “Children of God”

94.9/The Bull
1. Jerrod Niemann “What Do You Want”
2. Miranda Lambert “Heart Like Mine”
3. Kenny Chesney “Live a Little”
4. Zac Brown Band “Colder Weather”
5. Thompson Square ” Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not”

Kicks 101.5
1. Luke Bryan “Country Girl Shake It For Me”
2. Darius Rucker “This”
3. Miranda Lambert ” Heart Like Mine”
4. Kenny Chesney “Live a Little”
5. Sara Evans “A Little Bit Stronger”
SOURCE: Mediabase 24/7

3 comments Add your comment


April 21st, 2011
12:51 pm

actually heard ‘forget you’ yesterday. liked it, not really memorable though. i do like cee lo’s music overall.


April 22nd, 2011
6:50 am

The title/lyrics are really “**** you” but the stupid soccer moms and christian coalition get their panties in a bunch when one freakin word gets their goat. Censorship…..not okay.

2nd Cup

April 22nd, 2011
9:25 am

Today’s pop music is self-indulgent, vulgar technopop drivel with mindless lyrics performed by a bunch of narcissists. The deaf never had it so lucky.