1. Watcha Say - Jason DeRulo
Jason DeRulo scores his first chart topper with his debut single "Watcha Say," which rises 2-1. Congrats.
3. Empire State of Mind - Jay-Z feat. Alicia Keys
Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind" ascends to a new peak of #3. It's this weeks greatest gainer and airplay gainer. It's wierd how Jay-Z has yet to score a #1. He's come so close over the years but it seems every time his singles gets hot there's always someone hotter.
10. Jump Then Fall - Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift scores a double-hatrick with 6 songs from her forthcoming re-release of her successful second album Fearless entering the top 40, remember when some artist would give their right arm for a top 40 hit--and now Swift can score 6 in one go. The biggest selling track from her album is "Jump Then Fall," which topped the iTunes chart for a good couple days.
17. TiK ToK - Ke$ha
Ke$ha scores her first top 20 with her first single "TiK ToK."
33. Baby By Me - 50 Cent feat. Ne-Yo
50 Cent's finally clicking again--the first few "singles" from his forthcoming fourth album Before I Self Destruct underperformed on the chart, first up is "Get Up," which failed to crack the top 40, landing at #44. "I Get it In," which only managed #53 and "OK, You're Right," which failed to chart. The latest from the project "Baby By Me," with Ne-Yo is already the highest charting, even if it only landed at the bottom end of the top 40--but it will most likely climb.