1. TiK ToK - Ke$ha
2. Replay - Iyaz
3. Bad Romance - Lady Gaga
Ke$ha more than solidifies a second week at #1, shifting an immensely impressive 610k haul of her single "TiK ToK." This gives her the largest one-week sales for a female artist previously set by Lady Gaga's "Poker Face," which moved 419k and the second largest to Flo Rida's "Right Round," which moved 636k. I might have undersestimated her star-power, hopefully album sales will latch on to the single success. She may have had her record broke, but Lady Gaga stays bulleted at #2 with a just as impressive 450k sold of "Bad Romance," whilst Iyaz is sandwiched inbetween (I wish I was him) bulleted at #2, rising up 4 places.
4. Fireflies - Owl City
Owl City rises back into the top 5, rising up one spot up to #4. He's been in the top 5 the iTunes top 100 songs chart all week, whilst his album Ocean Eyes has been at the pinnacle of the album chart. Christmas sales are a miracle.
8. Party in the USA - Miley Cyrus
More Christmas sales increases: Miley Cyrus' "Party in the USA" spends its twentieth week on the chart in the top ten, rising a solid twelve spots up. Will this ever go away?
10. Do You Remember - Jay Sean featuring Sean Paul & Lil' John
Jay Sean scores his second top ten with "Do You Remember," following his first chart topper "Down" with Lil' Wayne. It rises up four spots this week, hopefully the increases is doing something positive to his album sales, I haven't been conentrating but I know his first US release, All or Nothing, isn't selling well.
17. One Time - Justin Beiber
Justin Beiber makes an impressive jump back into the top twenty with his debut single "One Time" rising thirty notches up. Further down the chart his other single "One Less Lonely Girl" also rises thirty spots up the chart, up to #30.