2NE1 lead Top Singles for a fourth week with "I Love You," while Chris Brown sets a new record by becoming the first and only act to place 5 entries on the chart.
Brown first graced Top Singles in July with "Turn Up the Music" and "Don't Wake Me Up" from his fifth studio album, 'Fortune,' which ruled Top Albums last week and by joining Lil Wayne as featured artists on David Guetta's "I Can Only Imagine."
Contributing to Breezy's milestone are his guest appearance on Brandy's new single "Put It Down," which bows at no. 18 and the chart's top debut of the week, "Don't Judge Me," which arrives at no. 14.
"I Love You" continues its Top Singles command (spins up 14%). The track extends its record for the most weeks atop the chart. One Direction's "More Than This" blasts 9-2 (up 36%) with Greatest Gainer honors and "What Makes You Beautiful" finally moves up to no. 11 (up 6%) after spending its first three weeks at no. 13. The boy band also claim the Greatest Gainer award on Top Albums as 'Up All Night' rises 2-1.
Conor Maynard's 'Contrast' debuts on the chart, replacing Rihanna's no. 4-peaking 'Talk That Talk.' The albums' first U.S. single, "Vegas Girl" jumps 8-5 on Top Singles (up 4%).
Rounding out the Top Singles' top 5, Katy Perry's "Wide Awake" retreats 2-3 (down 27%) while Justin Bieber's "As Long as You Love Me," featuring Big Sean ascends 6-4 (up 8%).
Check Noel's Hot 20 tomorrow (August 4), when all rankings, including the Top Singles and Top Albums in their entirety, will be published, as they are each Saturday.