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Fresh and First: July 3, 2012

Every week, Radio 1 introduces you to four of the hottest new tracks

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  • Published: 10:23 July 2, 2012
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This week, Flo from The One Breakfast. 6-10am weekdays, tells you what’s hot.

Chris Rene — Trouble

Summer is here and Chris Rene’s second single from his upcoming album put us in the right mood. A Caribbean melody that blends perfectly with his hip-hop roots, we can easily picture what his lyrics are about: Holidays, heaps of fun and a girl, isn’t that what all men want?

Trey Songz ft T.I. — 2 Reasons

Trey Songz has never been bigger before and we know the “2 Reasons”. His rap and R&B singing combination. No wonder his fifth album is already heavily pre-ordered. T.I brings his personal touch to this urban/club beat and makes you wanna party.

Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen — Good Time

Owl City (Adam Young) reported he always wanted to do a feel-good track, and who better to do it with than the worldwide hit singer Carly Rae Jepsen. The sort of song that makes you jump and act like a silly teenager, recording yourself in your bedroom singing at the top of your lungs.

Josh Osho ft Ghostface Killah — Redemption Days

My favourite song of the week. A chilled-out tune that makes you forget your daily routine, mixed with 42-year-old Ghostface Killah’s lyrical talent bringing you back to the roots of hip-hop.

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