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In this month’s Chart Hits Avicii returns with his new crossover smash ‘Wake Me Up’! Miley Cyrus raises eyebrows with her latest track ‘We Can’t Stop’. Pink gets personal on ‘True Love’, Timomatic hits the top ten…again! Plus the hottest tunes from Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Samantha Jade and many more! Pick up the biggest pop, dance and urban chart singles (all in one playlist) - right here

Avicii – ‘Wake Me Up’

Swedish producer Tim Bergling (otherwise known as Avicii) has once again hit the charts with ‘Wake Me Up’. This time the dance producer has intelligently adapted the indie folk phenomenon to his liking, kicking it off with acoustic guitars and Aloe Blacc’s soulful vocals. The familiar dance floor appeal of Avicii is evolving to David Guetta proportions! Keep an ear out for his debut LP ‘True’ out September 17.

P!nk Feat. Lilly Rose Cooper – ‘True Love’

Our favourite superstar P!nk continues to tour Australia this month on the back of her sixth studio album ‘The Truth Above Love’. The Pennsylvanian singer’s latest single ‘True Love’ might as well be the title track, it echoes her ongoing (and very public) relationship with Carey Hart. Take a peek at P!nk’s fantasy family life in the video, also featuring the couple’s two year old daughter Willow.

Miley Cyrus – ‘We Can’t Stop’

Oh Miley - what are you up to this time!? The Hannah Montana star has been raising eyebrows ever since her ‘Can’t Be Tamed’ single back in 2010. Fast forward to 2013 and she’s definitely moved on from the girl-next-door image with ‘We Can’t Stop’. It’s the first song from her fourth album and sounds a little like Rihanna! That’s no accident, it was originally written for Rhi Rhi by production powerhouse Mike Will Made It (Michael Williams).

Timomatic – ‘Parachute’

Timomatic has spared no expense for his latest video ‘Parachute’! It’s a top gun production that sees the Aussie popstar hit the runway with his trademark dance moves. The ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ contestant exploded with ‘Set It Off’ in 2011 before releasing his self-titled album last year. Grab ‘Parachute’ on the singer’s forthcoming third album.