Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love" keeps the lead on The Billboard Hot 100 as the track holds tight at No. 1 for a fourth non-consecutive week.
Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love" keeps the lead on the Billboard Hot 100 as the track holds tight at No. 1 for a fourth non-consecutive week. This week's biggest airplay gainer, Lil Wayne's "Lollipop" featuring Static Major, follows suit, gripping No. 2 for second week. Jordin Sparks' "No Air" featuring Chris Brown stays at No. 3 for a third.
Usher's "Love in This Club" featuring Young Jeezy climbs a notch 5-4 as Ray J & Yung Berg's "Sexy Can I" ascends 6-5. Madonna, who is this week's The Billboard 200 chart-topper, sees single "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake slip 4-6 as Mariah Carey's "Touch My Body" keeps the No. 7 spot warm for a second week.
Natasha Bedingfield scores her second Hot 100 top 10 ink as "Pocketful of Sunshine" zooms up 19-8. The British singer performed the track on last week's "American Idol," causing a 110% jump in digital sales to make the track this week's biggest digital sales gainer.
Meanwhile, Sara Bareilles' "Love Song" falls 8-9 as Jesse McCartney's "Leavin'" scores a new peak moving 14-10, his first top 10 as an artist. However, you can see McCartney's name in association with Lewis' "Bleeding Love," as a co-writer of that single.
Madonna's next single "Give It 2 Me," produced by the diva and the Neptunes, is this week's hot shot debut, entering at No. 57. Busta Rhymes' and Linkin Park's rap/rock hybrid "We Made It" starts at No. 65; the track is the first single off the rapper's forthcoming "I'm Blessed," due June 17.
Other debuts this week include Keyshia Cole's "Heaven Sent" at No. 83, Augustana's "Sweet and Low" at No. 88, Sean Kingston's "There's Nothin" featuring Elan & Juelz Santana at No. 92, the Ting Tings' "Shut Up and Let Me Go" (featured in the latest iPod commercial) at No. 93, Colbie Caillat's "Dreams Collide" at No. 96 and Miranda Lambert's "Gunpowder & Lead" at No. 100.
James Otto scores his first No. 1 country hit on the Hot Country Songs tally as "Just Got Started Lovin' You" rises 2-1. His previous peak on the chart was at No. 33 in 2004 with "Days of Our Lives." The song replaces George Strait's "I Saw God Today," which falls to No. 2.
"Lollipop" stays put at the throne of Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a second week and Flex's "Te Quiero" crowns Hot Latin Songs for a fifth week. Weezer scores its third No. 1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, as "Pork & Beans" ascends 3-1. The band's "Beverly Hills" and "Perfect Situation" also spent time on top in 2005. Disturbed achieves a similar feat on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks as "Inside the Fire" climbs 3-1, making it the band's second No. 1 there.
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