The Black Eyed Peas are unstoppable. Imma Be storms the charts for it's second week, toppling Ke$ha's TiK ToK, which has since slipped to #4. It's not surprising Rihanna collects another hit from Rated R, coming in the form of Rude Boy, jumping to #8 this week. Newcomer Jason DeRulo's current single In My Head slips one spot to round out the top 10. Lady Gaga's Telephone continues its rise, moving up to #12 this week, and while Orianthi remains entrenched at #17 with According To You, Kris Allen's Live Like We're Dying moves up one more spot to #18. Adam Lambert's Whataya Want From Me moves up the Hot 100 this week, to #24. OneRepublic's All The Right Moves is taking a pretty long time to do well, but it's rising right now, this week to #25. Better late than never I guess. Carrie Underwood's second single Temporary Home from latest studio album Play On rises and peaks to #52 this week. Kris Allen's Haiti single Let It Be arrives at the Hot 100 at #63 this week. Miley Cyrus looks set to collect another hit with When I Look At You, rising to #79 this week.
Looks like Sade's still hot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, with Soldier Of Love in its third week at #1, stopping big names like Lady Antebellum and Johnny Cash, which are at #2 and #3 respectively. Interestingly, Mariah Carey's Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel leaps to #66 from #124 last week, since there is currently no hit from Memoirs besides Up Out My Face and Angels Cry, which are singles from Angels Advocate. As mentioned before, Kris Allen sees a leap in album sales as his self-titled debut jumps to #82 up from #154 the last week; while fellow Idol alum Allison Iraheta sees her debut album Just Like You re-enter the charts at #186. Orianthi's album Believe continues it's steady rise as it moves up to #88 this week.