Flo Rida's "Low" enters a 10th week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Low," while another new track, "Elevator," rockets 100-28 thanks to digital sales of 64,000 units. The rapper's debut album,

Flo Rida's "Low" enters a 10th week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Low," while another new track, "Elevator," rockets 100-28 thanks to digital sales of 64,000 units. The rapper's debut album, "Mail on Sunday," is still more than three weeks away from its March 18 release via Poe Boy/Atlantic.

Chris Brown's "With You" and Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music" remain at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively on the Hot 100, while Sara Bareilles' "Love Song" inches up 5-4, a new chart peak. Alicia Keys' "No One" is down 4-5, and Timbaland's "Apologize" featuring OneRepublic remains No. 6.

Snoop Dogg's "Sensual Seduction" stays put at No. 7, and Sean Kingston's "Take You There" is stagnant at No. 8. Webbie, Lil' Phat & Boosie's "Independent" moves 10-9, trading places with Buckcherry's "Sorry" to round out the top 10.

Jordin Sparks' "No Air" featuring Chris Brown is the top digital gainer after selling 73,000 downloads and moving 23-13 on the Hot 100. Usher's "Love In This Club" featuring Young Jeezy is the fastest growing song at radio, soaring 83-51 in its second week.

George Strait's "I Saw God Today" is the top Hot 100 debut at No. 54. The track also jumps 15-12 on Hot Country Songs.

New on the Hot 100 at No. 80 is Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson's "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow," Abdul's first chart appearance since 1995's "Crazy Cool." The song appears on "American Idol" judge Jackson's new Dream Merchant 21/Concord album, "Randy Jackson's Music Club Vol. 1," which arrives March 11.

Keyshia Cole is No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a third week. On that chart, the new Usher track is also the top airplay gainer and enjoys a 23-15 increase.

On Hot Country Songs, Rodney Atkins' "Cleaning This Gun (Come on in Boy)" is atop the chart for a second week. The top debut comes from Rascal Flatts' "Every Day" at No. 42, the third chart entry from their latest Lyric Street album, "Still Feels Good."

Billboard's rock charts are unchanged from last week, with Foo Fighters at No. 1 on Modern Rock with "Long Road To Ruin" for a second frame and Puddle Of Mudd's "Psycho" leading Mainstream Rock for a third.