2. Jamie Foxx - Blame It
As the digital age proves times and time again that its the cardinal key to success, Black Eyed Peas still manage to hang on to the top spot driven by heavy digital sales. Jame Foxx's recent appearance on U.S. talent show, American Idol, as mentor and performer, probably fueled this weeks jump into the top 3 with "Blame It" --becoming his highest charting single ever. Prior to this his highest was "Unpredictable" in 2005, peaking at #8, scoring the singer's first top 10.
5. FloRida Featuring Wynter - Sugar
My obsession for FloRida's latest single "Sugar" has died down a bit now, I'm waiting for the video now and its UK release. This week it rises into the top 5, scoring the rappers 3rd top 5, following "Low" and "Right Round" which both where #1s, but can "Sugar" follow in their footsteps?
8. Beyonce - Halo
Beyonce dives further into the top 10 with "Halo" -- I wonder if this can follow the path of "Single Ladies" and become another #1 hit for the singer.
32. 3am - Eminem
Eminem unleashes the second single "3am" from his forthcoming sixth studio set Relapse which arrives in stores next week, May 15. "3am" is fairly more darker and serious than the previous single "We Made You," which I adore as I've always preferred Eminem at his most aphotic.