Ke$ha reigns at the summit of the Billboard Hot 100 as TiK ToK remains at #1 for the second week in a row. Lady Gaga remains entrenched at #3 with Bad Romance. Justin Bieber's One Time leaps 30 spots from #47 last week to an impressive #17 this week, making another 30-spot jump with One Less Lonely Girl jumping from #60 to #30. Rihanna's Hard falls from #11 to #18 this week, with Taylor Swift's You Belong With Me rising to #19 this week. Carrie Underwood's Cowboy Casanova sees a leap in digital sales, thus rising to #29 up from #39. Kris Allen's Live Like We're Dying is a steady climber, rising and peaking to #32 this week. Orianthi's According To You is another steady climber, climbing to #36 this week. Colbie Caillat's Fallin' For You rises to #38, beating Selena Gomez and The Scene's Naturally, which debuts at #39 this week, doing far better than their debut single Falling Down did, which re-enters the charts this week at #92. OneRepublic's All The Right Moves and Daughtry's Life After You rise to #56 and #57 this week. Adam Lambert's Whataya Want From Me moves up to #68 this week. P!nk's Funhouse re-enters the charts at #79.
Susan Boyle yet another week at #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, stopping Mary J. Blige's Stronger withEach Tear from debuting at top spot, her first set not to do so. Alicia Keys' The Element Of Freedom slips to #4, and Rihanna's Rated R rises from #21 to #18 this week. Colbie Caillat, Leona Lewis, and Mariah Carey's latest albums all see an increase, with Colbie's sophomore effort rising from #137, Leona's from #127 and Mariah's from #144, to #112, #113 and #115 respectively. OneRepublic's Waking Up re-enters at #162, while Allison Iraheta Just Like You falls to #165 this week.