This awesomely anthemic breakup song, produced by Kelly Clarkson collaborator Greg Kurstin, is the crazy-drunk BFF to ''Since U Been Gone.'' It also comes with a NSFW warning. Memo to men out there: If you don't want to be called out for um...performance issues, don't break up with Pink. B+ Melissa MaerzKanye West feat. Pusha T, ''New God Flow''
Uh-oh: Yeezy's getting religious on us again. Eight years after ''Jesus Walks,'' he revisits biblical themes, blessing us with blasphemous lines like ''Did Moses not part water with the cane/Did strippers not make an arc when I made it rain?'' Pusha tries too hard, but this is top-notch West the man can rhyme ''aww, man'' with ''naww, man,'' and make it sound like Shakespeare. A- Ray RahmanBlur, ''Under the Westway'' and ''The Puritan''
Released just in time for their Olympics-closing performance in London, this ragged one-two punch (the former a lovely ballad, the latter an agitated new-wave deconstruction) should earn them at least a silver even from the surliest Russian judge. B+ Kyle AndersonKelly Rowland feat. Lil Wayne, ''Ice''
Over a frosty keyboard trot, Rowland coos, ''You're like ice/Scorching me.'' Wayne's verse is lukewarm, but her confident control over this kinky sex jam keeps the focus more on carnal desires, and less on potential frostbite. B+ Kyle Anderson