Britney Spears | Adele | John Mayer | Mary J. Blige | Rebecca Ferguson | Rihanna Leona Lewis | Patrick Wolf | Florence + The Machine | Alicia Keys | Kanye West
Coldplay | Janet Jackson | Grace Jones | Chase & Status | Amy Winehouse Twitter
Nice #1, The top two is identical to my countdown!
Good set overall
ANTICIPATED UPCOMING RELEASES | ok west
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Wig Out at Jagbags (7 January 2014)
Broken Bells, After the Disco (14 January 2014)
Dum Dum Girls, Too True (28 January 2014)
Katy B, Little Red (3 February 2014)
Marissa Nadler, July (4 February 2014)
Drake and Rihanna hold the top spot of Rap Songs for the 6th
non-consecutive week (they first reached the top on March 31 after
dethroning Flo Rida). 'Care' has spent all of its 8 weeks on the chart
in the Top 2, and it's aiming to become one of the most successful
rap songs this year on ATRL.
Drake is also charting with "The Motto",
which debuted last week at #07, now the song speeds up and reach
the top 3; Rihanna has other 2 songs charting, "Birthday Cake" (4-5)
and "Talk That Talk" (8-7). Both Drake and Rihanna have had their
album's title song charting since the creation of the tally.
Flo Rida and Sia re-enter the chart at #02 after a 1-week-vacation, their
song has already topped the chart for 2 non-consecutive weeks.
Nicki Minaj goes down with "Beez in the Trap" (2-4), while "Mercy"
by Kanye West jumps one position (9-8). There are two debuts this week:
#06 with LoveRance and 50 Cent with the song "UP!" and at #09 Kirko
Bangz says hello to ATRL for the first time with "Drank in My Cup".
"Take Care" could end up being the
Year-End #01 of Rap Songs.
Usher marks his first #01 on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (2-1), destroying
the reign that Drake and Rihanna had during 6 consecutive weeks, and even
though the quantity of weeks they ruled the chart, now they go down 3 positions
(1-4); Rihanna, by herself, doesn't give up and scales 4 positions accompanied
by Chris Brown in "Birthday Cake" (6-2) (she already ruled the chart on its first issue).
"Mercy", Kanye West's GOOD Music's lead single cracks into the Top Ten on its
3rd charting week (13-7); "Up!", performed by LoveRance and 50 Cent claims the
Hot Shot Debut title (#11) while Rihanna's "Talk That Talk" trips to #14 (down 6 positions).