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We've got you covered this silly season with a bumper edition of Chart Hits! 'All About That Bass' hit maker Meghan Trainor serves up her latest pop hit. Aussie faves Justice Crew return with their fifth single plus fresh tunes from Taylor Swift, The Magician, Calvin Harris and Sia.  

 

The hottest pop, dance and urban songs on one playlist!

 

Meghan Trainor - 'Lips Are Movin'

'Lips Are Movin' arrives following Meghan Trainor's number one hit 'All About That Bass'! The song will be available on her forthcoming third album 'Title', due this January. The American singer started writing songs at the tender age of 11 before winning a local song contest and delivering her debut LP 'I'll Sing With You' in 2011. It's a safe bet that we'll be hearing a lot more of Meghan in the coming months!

 

Justice Crew - 'Rise & Fall' 

Justice Crew continue to dominate the charts with 'Rise & Fall'. The Aussie five piece have eased off on the dance beats, this one's a catchy mid-tempo tune. Let's face it, it worked for the previous single 'Que Sera' so why not keep 'em coming? The dance group filmed the 'Rise & Fall' video at Daydream Island in Queensland. Pick it up on Justice Crew's debut album 'Live By The Words', available now via Sony Music.

 

Jessica Mauboy - 'Can I Get A Moment' 

Another month, another Jess Mauboy single - this girl churns out the radio hits! The Northern Territory-native released a special edition of her album 'Beautiful' and that's where you'll find her latest song 'Can I Get A Moment'. It's a top ten ARIA smash, further cementing her place as one of Australia's biggest pop starlets. Mauboy's early musical influences of Dolly Parton and Tupac Shakur are really starting to pay off!

 

The Magician Feat. Years & Years - 'Sunlight'

Introducing The Magician, otherwise known as Belgium's Stephen Fasano. The DJ and producer cut his teeth with the duo Aeroplane before turning his talents to solo work. His latest dance floor filler is 'Sunlight', which features guest vocals from Olly Alexander of UK outfit Years & Years. The song is lighting up Europe and has already jumped into the Australian Top 40. Have we found our summer anthem already!?

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