Thursday, October 28, 2010
Billboard Hot 100, November 6, 2010
1. Like a G6 - Far*East Movement (feat. Cataracs and Dev)
A second week at #1 for "Like a G6." I'd expected "Just a Dream" to climb to the top this week, but it actually loses its bullet and drops a spot to #4.
3. Only Girl (in the World) - Rihanna
"Only Girl" climbs a notch to #3, returning to the peak position it reached when it debuted 6 weeks ago.
6. Bottoms Up - Trey Songz (feat. Nicki Minaj)
Trey and Nicki are this week's digital gainer and they climb four spots to #6.
10. Raise Your Glass - P!nk
While we're on the subject of drinking, P!nk's own ode to toasting climbs into the top 10 at #10 this week, becoming the singer's 10th top 10 hit, all of which were scored within the last 10 years.
2000 - There You Go #7
2000 - Most Girls #4
2001 - Lady Marmalade #1
2001 - Get the Party Started #4
2002 - Don't Let Me Get Me #8
2002 - Just Like a Pill #8
2006 - U + Ur Hand #9
2006 - Who Knew #9
2008 - So What #1
2010 - Raise Your Glass #10 (so far)
11. Mean - Taylor Swift
13. Mine - Taylor Swift
Last week before Taylor Swift's album Speak Now charts. Next week, there will surely be album cuts all over the place. Until then, this was the last of the "preview" tracks. With its banjo plucking, it's the most "country" song on her decidedly not country album. The album's official first single, "Mine," is close behind.
19. Please Don't Go - Mike Posner
Big jump this week for Mike Posner, up 15 spots from #34 to #19.
32. Loca - Shakira (feat. El Cata or Dizzee Rascal)
Shakira leaps 52 notches to #32, scoring her 9th top 40 hit. "Loca" is the first single from the Colombia singer's new album Sale El Sol. The single exists in both Spanish and English versions, with the former featuring El Cata and the latter featuring British rapper Dizzee Rascal, this week making his first appearance in the US top 40.
37. King of Anything - Sara Bareilles
Singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles scores her second top 40 hit, as "King of Anything" climbs 5 spots to #37. Two years ago she had her first major hit with "Love Song," which hit #4.
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