New artsit Jason DeRulo tops the Billboard Hot 100 this week with his debut single Whatcha Say, knocking Owl City's Fireflies into #2. Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' collaboration on Empire State Of Mind has jumped to a new peak of #3 from #13 last week. Lady Gaga's newest single from The Fame: Monster peaks at #9 this week and Taylor Swift collects another Top 10 hit for Jump Then Fall, from the re-release of Fearless and four more songs called Untouchable, The Other Side Of The Door, Superstar, and Come In With The Rain from the re-release debuting at #19, #22, #27, and #30 respectively. With the success of her re-release of Fearless, Forever And Always from the standard edition of Fearless. Justin Bieber's Love Me has debuted at #37. P!nk's Funhouse jumps and peaks to #44. Rihanna's latest single Russian Roulette climbs to #75 this week. Carrie Underwood's third promo single for Play On, Undo It debuts at #86 this week.Leona Lewis' lead single from Echo, Happy remains at a rather measly #98. Come on Leona fans! This track should climb when Echo gets closer to its release date.
The soundtrack to This Is It: Music That Inspired The Movie, essentially a collection of Michael Jackson's previous hits along with a new song tops the Billboard 200 albums charts. Taylor Swift's Fearless has seen a spike in album sales, jumping to #3 this week. Emily Osment's EP All The Right Wrongs debuts at #117. After re-entering the Billboard 200 at #158 last week, Jessie James' self-titled debut album slips into #192.