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We here at the Global Grind offices listen to a lot of music. So much that it’s sometimes hard to keep track and process it all. A lot of times we only get to listen to a song once. Certain songs, though, we can’t help but repeat over and over – they’re just that good. In this new daily feature, we will be breaking down the day in music by the number of times we listened to a track. ‘5‘ is the track that had us go back and rewind more than once, the musical highlight of our day. ‘1′ is for the song we listened to once and then not at all, which may or may not be a bad thing.

Today was a pretty good day, with new heat dropping from established favorites as well as promising newcomers. The cream of the crop was…

5. Dirty Money -Loving You No More (feat. Drake)

Diddy has been trying to get his Last Train to Paris project rolling for a minute now. Singles such as ‘Love Come Down,’ ‘Angels’ and ‘Hello, Good Morning,’ while all excellent, haven’t managed to get buzz to the level Diddy is probably looking for. If any of the recent leaks can be a megahit, it’s this joint featuring Drake.

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4. Linkin Park – The Catalyst [VIDEO]

For the first part of the 00s, Linkin Park reigned supreme. They were the biggest band to come out of the Nu-Metal movement, and sold more than 50 Million albums worldwide. For their latest single ‘Catalyst’ from their upcoming fourth album A Thousand Suns, LP gets experimental. They’ve always had cool videos (remember ‘Somewhere I Belong’?) and this one is no different.

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3. K. Michelle – Just Can’t Do This Remix (feat. Meek Mill)

R&B newcomer K. Michelle called on Philly rap star Meek Mill for the rem