PopCrush is rounding up new songs on the radio for November 2012 -- to let you know the hottest tracks to hit the airwaves during Turkey Month. Since the holidays are just around the corner, we're expecting to hear some great new singles mixed in with new holiday-centric numbers on the airwaves.

Nicki Minaj started off the month with a bang already with her new song 'Freedom.' While it's unclear whether or not the track will be her new single, we think it will fit perfectly on both hip-hop and pop stations. The track is one of the many newer tracks off her collection 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded - The Re-Up' which hits stores on Nov. 19.

Another track to look out for on the air this November is Christina Aguilera's new song 'Blank Page.' Unlike her latest single 'Your Body,' this song is a ballad, that will probably have the same effect as her hit single 'Beautiful.' Both 'Blank Page' and 'Your Body' are featured on the pop star's new album 'Lotus,' which is set to release on Nov. 13.

Bruno Mars also created a buzz this month with the debut of his new song 'Young Girls.' Fans who already got a taste of the song on 'Saturday Night Live' a few weeks ago can now listen to the studio version, which has a completely different tone. 'Young Girls' is the first song off the singer's sophomore album 'Unortodox Jukebox,' out Dec. 11.

Check out these new songs that will be hitting the airwaves in November 2012, and keep checking back to PopCrush as we’ll update this list throughout the month.

New Songs on the Radio - November 2012
Backstreet Boys, 'It's Christmas Time Again'
B.o.B,'We Still in This B---' Feat. T.I., Juicy J
Bruno Mars, 'Young Girls'
Christina Aguilera, 'Blank Page'
Kendrick Lamar, 'Jig is Up' feat. J. Cole
Ludacris, 'Rest of my Life' feat. Usher and David Guetta
Mariah Carey, 'Bring It on Home'
Nicki Minaj, 'Freedom'
Whitney Houston, 'Never Give Up'
Twentyfourseven, 'All I Ever Wanted'
Skylar, 'Come on Let Me Ride' feat. Eminem
T.I., 'Sorry' feat. Andre 3000
Kesha, 'Dirty' feat. Iggy Pop
Big Boi, T.I., and Ludacris, 'In the A'
The Dream, 'Tender Tendencies'
Rihanna and Chris Brown, 'Nobody's Business'
Jojo, 'We Get By'
Nicki Minaj, 'High School' feat. Lil' Wayne
Alicia Keys, 'Fire We Make' feat. Maxwell
The-Dream, 'AK47'
Ashlee Simpson, 'Bat for a Heart'
Justin Bieber, 'Make You Believe'
Ke$ha, 'Supernatural'
Ke$ha, 'Crazy Kids'
Cher, 'Woman's World'
Wiz Khalifa, 'The Bluff' feat. Cam'ron
Girls Aloud, 'Beautiful Because You Love Me'
J.Cole, 'Miss America'
Pitbull, The Wanted, and Afrojack, 'Have Some Fun'
Kelly Clarkson, 'People Like Us'
Outasight, 'I'll Drink to That'
Lana Del Rey, 'Hit and Run'
Big Boi, 'Lines' feat. Phantogram and A$AP Rocky
Maroon 5, 'Daylight'
Alicia Keys, 'Brand New Me'