Ke$ha's TiK ToK is getting more and more popular as she climbs one more spot up to be #1 this week, knocking Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' Empire State Of Mind into #2. Bad Romance is stuck at #3 this week. With the release of Hard's music video this week, Rihanna leaps to #11 from #21 last week. With the release of The Element Of Freedom this week, Alicia Keys' Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart jumps to #27 from #56 last week. Kris Allen's debut single Live Like We're Dying climbs yet again to #33 this week. Aussie newcomer Orianthi's debut single According To You has climbed to #41 this week, up from #55 last week. With the popularity of Empire State Of Mind, Alicia Keys' solo version debuts at #55. Daughtry's second single from Leave This Town climbs and peaks at #58 so far. Adam Lambert's second single from For Your Entertainment called Whataya Want From Me debuts at #72.
There's simply no stopping Susan Boyle reigning at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart, with I Dreamed A Dream topping the charts for the fourth consecutive week, breaking Alicia Keys' chain of #1 albums as The Element Of Freedom debuts behind I Dreamed A Dream. Stable sales help provide Andrea Bocelli's My Christmas to remain in the top 3 for a 7th week. Chris Brown falls hard with Graffiti dropping to #31 in its second week of release. Kris Allen's self-titled debut climbs up tp #56, up from #61 last week. Allison Iraheta's debut album Just Like You drops to #148 in its third week of release. Surprisingly, Carrie Underwood's Some Hearts and Carnival Ride climb the charts again, placed at #162 and #164 respectively. The soundtrack for James Cameron's new film Avatar debuts at #172.