I'm sorry, but Lady Gaga, looks like your Bad Romance isn't taking the top spot yet, with Ke$ha's TiK ToK one of the hottest songs right now. The Black Eyed Peas' Imma Be climbs up into the top 5, entering at #4 from #11 last week. Timbaland finally strikes from a hit from Shock Value II with Carry Out, which features Justin Timberlake, peaking at #11 this week. Another track with Justin Timberlake coming in the form of Hallelujah gets the Digital Gainer trophy, with the Haiti single which features Matt Morris and Charlie Sexton. Looks like people are really craving for new Justin Timberlake music. Two tracks were steadily climbing but started to drop again but are now on the rise yet again - Orianthi's According To You rises and peaks to #21 while Kris Allen's Live Like We're Dying manages to stand at #23, a new high for the reigning American Idol champion. With his highest charting single to date, Adam Lambert's Whataya Want From Me manages to climb 2 spots up to #35 this week, with Michael Buble's Haven't Met You Yet also at a new high of #36. Timbaland also creates another hit for himself with Say Something featuring Drake peaking at #46 this week. OneRepublic's All The Right Moves finally cracks the upper half of the Hot 100, moving 6 places up to #50. With the release of the music video, Carrie Underwood's Temporary Home climbs up to #70. Taylor Swift's Haiti single Breathless debuts at #72 this week, along with Jennifer Hudson's Haiti single Let It Be arriving at #92.
The Hope For Haiti Now album falls to #2, beaten by Lady Antebellum's Need You Now. Ke$ha's Animal falls out of the Top 10 and even the Top 15, standing at #16 this week. Colbie Caillat's iTunes Sessions album debuts at #72, just 2 spots behind her sophomore album Breakthrough. Orianthi's Believe makes it way to #99 this week. Rather interestingly and surprisingly, Adele makes a re-entry into the charts with 19 returning to #117.