Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne and plenty others have been featured in a slew of super-catchy hit songs this year, but 2012's undisputed MVHS (most valuable hook singer) is a soulful 36-year-old Australian singer with a weird sense of fashion named Sia Furler.
Sia provided the melodic backbone for Flo Rida's high-life celebration "Wild Ones" and she owned David Guetta's haunting anthem "Titanium." Both of those singles hit the Billboard Top 10 and gave us two of the year's best music videos.
But we want to know—which Sia do you prefer? The clips for "Wild Ones" and "Titanium" are currently going head-to-head for music video supremacy in our Top 40 of 2012 poll. Do you think her tender croon shines best as the soundtrack to a $$$ Dubai party or Guetta's story about a young lad with supernatural powers on the run from the law?
So far, more people are choosing "Titanium" in our poll—so if you think "Wild Ones" is the better 2012 jam, you best get over here and start voting!