* Not quite sure how radio in Australia will take EMI servicing the official English soccer theme to it late yesterday, even if it features Robbie Williams on it. 'Three Lions' is a reworking of the UK's classic soccer theme from 1996 and also features the talents of comedian Russell Brand.
* Also from EMI comes news that French superstar DJ David Guetta has this week sold his 800,000th single in Australia. The sales number ticked over thanks to his latest single 'Gettin' Over You' featuring Fergie and LMFAO, which continues to chart well.
* EMI has also revealed some of the artists ready to drop albums by the end of the year. There's a Crowded House best-of, plus re-packages of their previous albums, new Depeche Mode, Deadmau5 and the debut album for Melbourne sisters Nervo.
* Sony Music's new release schedule this week has unveiled a forthcoming best-of compilation for country star Adam Harvey. 'The Best So Far' will be released on CD and DVD on Friday August 06.
* Warner will take the new T.I. single 'Got Your Back' to Australian radio on Monday week. The track, featuring the guest vocals of Keri Hilson, is the first single from his forthcoming album 'King Uncaged', due at retail in August.
* Speaking of Warner, they've decided to send a few new tracks out to radio before the long weekend really gets underway, with tunes from Flo Rida, Fanfarlo and Mark Sholtez going out this week.
* Also now at radio is this new version of Janelle Monae's incredible single 'Tightrope' - hands down one of the strongest singles of the year so far. Now with Lupe Fiasco and B.o.B. on board, let's hope it gets picked up!
* Kylie Minogue's brand new single 'All The Lovers' is already making an impact at digital retail. After less than one day, it's already shot up into the top 40. A full digital single is released later this month.
* And over in the United States, Katy Perry has found favour with the American public, hitting No.1 on the Billboard singles chart with her latest track 'California Gurls'. Selling over 300,000 copies in the week, the track becomes the fastest charting song for Capitol Records in the US for 43 years.
* And 243,000 copies was enough to get Jack Johnson over the line to score a Billboard No.1 album with his latest 'To The Sea'.