In its third week, Rihanna's What's My Name? has shot straight to the top of the Hot 100 and gets the Airplay Gainer title. Not bad, methinks. Her previous single Only Girl (In The World) stays strong at #4, pushing last week's #1 Ke$ha with We R Who We R, down to #5. P!nk's Raise Your Glass moves up to #7 this week after its video premiered last week. Katy Perry collects her third Top 10 from sophomore pop album Teenage Dream with Firework, nudging its way into the Top 10, getting the Digital Gainer title. Taylor Swift's Mine barges into the Top 20 again, moving up from #21 to #16 this week. Jumping 9 spots is OneRepublic's Secrets, which sits a spot away from its peak of #21 and #22 this week. Sara Bareilles' King of Anything continues to impact strongly, moving up a spot to #35 this week. Ke$ha's promo track Sleazy debuts at #51 on the Hot 100. Carrie Underwood's latest single Mama's Song leaps to a new peak of #66. Christina Perri's Jar of Hearts continues to make an impact on the charts, as it moves up to #76 after its reappearance at #96 last week on the Hot 100.
Taylor Swift's Speak Now continues to reign on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart, leaving country superstar Jason Aldean to settle for #2 with his latest release My Kinda Party. Mariah Carey debuts at #4 with Merry Christmas II You, shifting 55, 000 copies in its first week of release. Katy Perry's sophomore pop album Teenage Dream moves up 5 spots to #13 this week. Shakira's latest album Sale El Sol falls to #40 in its third week. Carrie Underwood's Play On has moved up to #46 from #52. Rihanna's album Rated R released last year has re-entered the charts at #186, mostly due to the success of Only Girl (In The World) and What's My Name?. Imagine the horror when they realise this is bitter Rihanna at work and not the happy, colourful Rihanna she is now.. LOL.