1. Lady GaGa Feauturing Colby O'Donis - Just Dance
3. Kanye West - Heartless
Lady GaGa's, "Just Dance", remains at number-one as predicted, additionally the song also tops the top 40 radio mediabase chart, beating out T.I.'s ("Whatever You Like") and Britney's ("Womanizer") if airplay stays strong, I think it could see more weeks atop the chart. Kanye West's, "Heartless", finally cracks the top 5, I've found new love for this song, its a shame it didn't catch on as fast as the previous single ("Love Lockdown"). It's this week airplay gainer.
10. The All-American Rejects - Gives You Hell
The All-American Rejects score their third US top 10 with, "Gives You Hell", the lead single form their third studio album, When The World Comes Down, the songs their highest charting since 2006's ("It Ends Tonight").
11. Britney Spears - Circus
18. Pussycat Dolls - I Hate This Part
Not much to say here, but both songs inch up the chart. Britney's, "Circus", gave her, her first top 10 debut last year at #3 with really heavy digital sales, but then started to slide, but it's beginning to gain airplay and starting to rise at top 40 radio, reaching a new peak at #11.
25. Pink - Sober
For a minute there I though the life of, "Sober", was over, but this week it makes a significant jump from 32 to 25.
30. T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake - Dead and Gone
I'm not sure what T.I. owes this remarkable 30 spot jump with his upcoming single, "Dead and Gone", mind you the song has been hovering around the top 70/60 for weeks now, after it's initial debut inside the top 90.