Tomorrow's Hits: Meg Myers, Jungle, RaeLynn

MYERS' STRONG 'DESIRE'

After her debut Atlantic EP, "Make a Shadow," charted on Heatseekers Albums in March, singer-songwriter Meg Myers is bubbling under the Alternative tally with lead track "Desire." It was the fourth-most-played (38 times) on KRBZ Kansas City, Mo., in the week ending June 15, according to Nielsen BDS. "It's real and raw," says PD Scott "Lazlo" Geiger. "It's No. 1 in our research."

JUNGLE FEVER

Following the success of horn-filled hits like Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty," Ariana Grande's "Problem" and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop," Jungle's "Busy Earnin'" is breaking through, with leading support from tastemaking radio station KCRW Los Angeles. The XL-signed London band made its U.S. TV debut on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! on June 16.

RAELYNN'S 'GIRLS' GROWS

Singer-songwriter RaeLynn is making the rounds at country radio, visiting programmers to promote her first Valory single, "God Made Girls." Born Rachael Lynn Woodward in Baytown, Texas, RaeLynn finished third on the second season of The Voice. Her debut album is due in August, and she has live dates booked through the fall.

-Keith Caulfield, Wade Jessen and Gary Trust


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