Flo Rida's 'My House' Jumps to the No. 4 Spot on Billboard's Hop 100

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If you're a radio fan chances are you can't listen to top ten radio without hearing Flo Rida's "My House" at least once.

After breaking into the top five o Billboard's Hot 100, "My House" has now jumped one more spot to no. 4.

"My House" welcomes Flo Rida back on to the music scene in a pretty big way. Flo Rida is the artist responsible for the huge hit "Low" which also featured T-Pain.

Now he is dominating the radio scene with "My House" a party jam that doubles as an invitation for some female company. It's a pretty catchy tune and it's easy to see why it's rising up the charts.

The jump pushes Justin Bieber's "Sorry" back to the fifth spot but not to worry "Beliebers" because Bieber also has "Love Yourself" sitting at the number two spot. Rihanna and Drake's "Work" continues to dominate the Hot 100.

The middle man in the top five still belongs to Twenty One Pilots and their hit song "Stressed Out." The band is continuing to make a case for themselves as one of the best alternative/punk acts in the business right now with deep lyrics and an electronic blend that makes them very relevant in the new age of music.

The charts have been pretty stagnant in the past couple of weeks with just a couple subtle changes coming. It will be interesting to see just how long Rihanna can hold on to the top spot.

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