1. I Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas
The Black Eyed Peas continue to dominate as "I Gotta Feeling" nabs a thirteenth week at #1. If they can keep it up for two more weeks then they'll surpass Mariah Carey's triumphant 14 week stay with 2005s smash "We Belong Together." Ooh, the intensity.
2. Run This Town - Jay-Z Featuring Rihanna & Kanye West
3. Empire State of Mind - Jay-Z Featuring Alicia Keys
As predicted last week, Jay-Z scores a double wammy with two singles from his new album, The Blueprint 3, "Run This Town," which rises to #2 and is this weeks airplay gainer and the latest "Empire State of Mind," which I'm currently in love with and scores his fourth top 5 single, rising a staggering 45 spots up and is this weeks digital gainer--it topped the iTunes chart for a considerable amount of days.
7. Paparazzi - Lady Gaga
Possible due to that intruiging VMA performance, Lady GaGa's "Paparazzi" storms into the top 10, at #7--scoring her fourth feat (following "Love Game" which made it to #5 and the two #1s "Just Dance" and "Poker Face").
8. Forever - Drake Featuring Eminem, Lil' Wayne and Kanye West
Rapper Drake's new star studded single "Forever" makes an impressive debut at #8, his first top 10 debut.
18. Sweet Dreams - Beyonce
Another effect of the VMA's, Beyonce's "Sweet Dreams" scores her, her 17th top 20.