Predictably, Rihanna and her Calvin Harris collaboration We Found Love
has sailed to the top of the Hot 100, marking it Rihanna's 11th #1 hit, and I will cry when she beats Mariah's record of 18 #1s, which will happen soon.
Get on with some hits, Mariah!
Rihanna's sail to the top also means Adele's Someone Like You
has been pushed down to #2. Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson sees a massive resurgence for Mr. Know It All
, which we all thought was going to flop seeing its massive drop down the chart in its second week. However, the soulful pop/rock midtempo has bounced back up nine spots to #10. Being one of the massive pop superstars on the planet right now means everyone will be ringing you up, and Coldplay did that with RiRi, and their duet on Princess of China
arrives at #20 on the chart this week. Also seeing a resurgence is Bruno Mars' It Will Rain
, which has risen to a new peak of #21, while Katy Perry's sixth(!) single off Teenage Dream
, The One That Got Away
, has shot up to #34. Obvious album standout What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)
off Kelly Clarkson's new album Stronger
, crashes the chart at #64 while Colbie Caillat's Brighter Than The Sun
follows right behind at #65. Jessie J's new American single Domino
is also on the rise, moving up to #81 while Christina Perri's A Thousand Years
plummets to #91.
Over on the album chart, the unstoppable Coldplay fights off competition from pop heavyweight Kelly Clarkson and pop/jazz crooner Michael Buble to land at #1 with Mylo Xyloto
lands at #2 while Buble's Christmas album sits at #3. American Idol Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery's Clear as Day
seems to have some serious holding power (not Adele terms of holding power, but you get what I mean), as the album stays strong at #7. The runner-up of the same season Lauren Alaina doesn't seem to have as much luck, with her debut album Wildflower
falling to #24 despite being released a week after Scotty's album.
Labels: ADELE, BILLBOARD UPDATE, BRUNO MARS, CHRISTINA PERRI, COLBIE CAILLAT, JESSIE J, KATY PERRY, KELLY CLARKSON, LAUREN ALAINA, MICHAEL BUBLE, RIHANNA, SCOTTY MCCREERY