The past week has brought a healthy dose of single releases from some of pop's biggest stars, as mainstream artists are angling to dominate Top 40 radio well into the spring. Three new tracks -- the latest singles from Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato and Carly Rae Jepsen -- have kept us hitting the 'replay' button more times than we're willing to admit; but which song will be ruling your playlist over the next few months?
Vote now in the poll below and tell us which new single ("Right Here," "Heart Attack" or "Tonight I'm Getting Over You") is the one to watch in the coming months.
For Bieber, "Right Here" follows a string of successful singles from his 2012 full-length "Believe," including "As Long As You Love Me" and "Beauty and a Beat." After linking up with rappers Big Sean and Nicki Minaj, the Biebs and fellow Canadian Drake do damage on the new single, which received an official lyric video on Wednesday (Feb. 26).
Meanwhile, Lovato has previewed her fourth studio album with "Heart Attack," a tantalizing piece of electro-pop produced by the Suspex and released online on Sunday night (Feb. 24). The follow-up to "Give Your Heart a Break" continues Lovato's streak of cardiology-themed singles, and demonstrates her maturing vocal range.
Finally, "Call Me Maybe" star Carly Rae Jepsen is back with a new radio offering, "Tonight I'm Getting Over You," from her September 2012 album "Kiss." The shimmering dance track received a proper music video last Friday, and hopes to duplicate the success of "Call Me Maybe" and "Good Time."
Need one more listen of the new singles by Bieber, Lovato and Jepsen? Hear all three tracks below and vote for your favorite: