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Singles file: Rihanna f. Drake, A-Trak, I Love Monsters, Bob Dylan

rihannaRihanna teams with former boyfriend Drake on her new single. (Tracy Woodward/TWP)

By Allison Stewart

A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind...

Rihanna featuring Drake: "What's My Name"

Rihanna and former boyfriend (and Chris Brown collaborator) Drake flirt energetically on this Top 40-baiting new single.

A-Trak featuring CyHi Da Prynce: "Ray Ban Vision"

Two of the more promising Spawns of Kanye unite for this '80s-loving, synth-happy track from the upcoming "Fool's Gold Vol. 1."

I Love Monsters: "Spine" (Brooks Brotha's Handbell Hero Mix)

If the Strokes were janglier and less grumpy, they might resemble this NYC indie outfit, whose finest track gets a suitably congenial remix.

Kylesa: "Tired Climb"

Do the Georgia prog metallers have a shot at becoming this year's Mastodon? Probably not! Their new single is still pretty awesome, though.

Bob Dylan: "Masters of War" (Sientific American remix)

The inscrutable icon lends his famous protest song, originally a broadside against the military-industrial complex, to the makers of mutant-and-terrorist-destroying video game "Crackdown 2."

By Allison Stewart  | October 19, 2010; 11:15 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags:  A-Trak, Bob Dylan, Drake, I Love Monsters, Kylesa, Rihanna  
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