1 Where Have You Been
2 Call Me Maybe
3 Wide Awake
6 Pay Phone
8 Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
9 Somebody That I Used To Know
10 We Are Young
Bey. Drake. Nicki. Bon-Qui-Qui.
Sean Paul - Janet Jackson - Ciara - Whitney Houston - Cassie - Lady Gaga -Destiny's Child - Missy Elliott - Mariah Carey - Lana Del Rey - J. Cole - Mary J. Blige - Frank Ocean - Rihanna - Pitbull - Ameriie - Britney Spears - Eve - Trina - Madonna - Khia - Kanye West
Flo Rida's "Whistle" jumps from #20 to #12 in its eighth week. It is vying to become the hip-hopper's eighth top 10 hit…One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" drops from #11 to #13 in its 21st week. The song advances from #8 to #7 on the year-to-date chart, switching places with The Wanted's "Glad You Came." (With this week's sales influx, One Direction seizes bragging rights for the year's biggest hit by a boy band.)…"Mercy" by Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T, 2 Chainz jumps from #15 to #14 in its 14th week. The song reached #1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs two weeks ago.
Neon Trees lands its second top 20 hit as "Everybody Talks" jumps from #21 to #18 in its 17th week. "Animal" reached #13 in November 2010. Neon Trees is officially the most successful "Neon" act in history. The Neon Philharmonic had one top 20 hit, 1969's memorable "Morning Girl." "Everybody Talks" tops the 1 million mark in digital sales this week….Demi Lovato lands her fourth top 20 hit as "Give Your Heart A Break" jumps from #22 to #19 in its 14th week. The tally includes "This Is Me," a 2008 duet with Joe Jonas which was billed "Camp Rock Cast."
Kenny Chesney's "Come Over" jumps from #27 to #23 in its eighth week… "Let's Go" by Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo jumps from #31 to #26 in its ninth week…Cher Lloyd's "Want U Back" jumps from #35 to #27 in its fourth week… "No Lie" by 2 Chainz featuring Drake jumps from #40 to #35 in its ninth week…Little Big Town's "Pontoon" jumps from #49 to #38 in its fifth week.
P!nk's "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" debuts at #58. It's from P!nk's sixth studio album The Truth About Love, which is due Sept. 18. This is the first time the colorful phrase "blow me" has appeared on the Hot 100, though P!nk's parenthetical addition to the title softens it. P!nk has a history of edgy titles, including "U + Ur Hand" and "F**kin' Perfect."
Tim McGraw's "Truck Yeah" debuts at #69. The edgy title echoes Sugarland's 2009 hit "It Happens," which reached #1 on Hot Country Songs and #33 on the Hot 100. This proves that country artists (and fans) have a colorful vocabulary (and a sense of humor)…Zac Brown Band's "The Wind" jumps from #99 to #72 in its second week. The band's album Uncaged is expected to enter The Billboard 200 at #1 next week with first-week sales in the 210K range.