Programmers say that, remixed, the rock-based 'Somebody That I Used to Know' is a perfect fit for dance radio.
Nothing says "dance music" more than a xylophone.
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45 SPINNING: Bowing as a guest on B.o.B's "Both of Us," the Hot 100's top debut at No. 18, Taylor Swift  scores her 45th chart entry, pushing her past Mariah Carey  on the list of women with the most Hot 100 visits in the chart's 53-year history.
Here is an updated look at the female soloists with the most Hot 100 hits:
73, Aretha Franklin 
56, Dionne Warwick
53, Connie Francis
48, Brenda Lee
45, Taylor Swift
44, Mariah Carey
41, Barbra Streisand
40, Mary J. Blige
40, Diana Ross
As Swift logs her latest appearance with the R&B/country collaboration ("I'm a huge hip-hop fan," she says ), the "Glee"  cast pads its total for the most Hot 100 entries among all acts. Debuting at No. 71 with a cover of Florence + the Machine's "Shake It Out," the troupe ups its sum to 203 charted titles dating to its first the week of June 6, 2009.
'PHONE' CHORDS CONNECT: Zooming 13-9 in just its third chart week, Maroon 5 's "Payphone" dials up the fastest sprint to the Adult Pop Songs top 10 in more than three years. It's the quickest vault to the tally's top tier since Kelly Clarkson 's "My Life Would Suck Without You" soared 18-10 in its third frame the week of Feb. 14, 2009.
The ascent of "Payphone" (* language in video above may not be appropriate for all audiences) matches Maroon 5's fastest on Adult Pop Songs. Its "Makes Me Wonder" flew 11-7 in its third week (April 28, 2007). "Payphone" marks the band's 12th top 10 at the format, lifting it into a tie with matchbox twenty for the second-most top 10s since the chart first appeared in the pages of Billboard magazine the week of March 16, 1996. Goo Goo Dolls lead with 14 top 10s.
(Unlike on Pop Songs, where it jumps 17-13, "Payphone" omits the listing of featured artist Wiz Khalifa on Adult Pop Songs, as Interscope is promoting a version of the song without the rapper to the latter format.)
'SOL' MUSIC: Shakira  nabs her 27th top 10 on the Latin Pop Songs tally with "Addicted to You" (13-10), the fifth top 10 from "Sale El Sol," the Colombian star's 2010 studio album.
She extends her lead for the most Latin Pop Songs top 10s among women. Ednita Nazario ranks second with 18.
WHAT A 'SHAME': Jimmy Fallon previews his upcoming album, "Blow Your Pants Off," with the debut of "Walk of Shame," featuring Dave Matthews, at No. 3 on Comedy Digital Songs. The set, which will include gone-viral hits from the host of NBC's "Late Night," arrives June 12.
"I got my drink on, I got my dance on," the pair recounts  in "Shame," its ode to extracurricular college activities.
"Now, I'm walking home with someone else's pants on."