Lady GaGa unseats Flo Rida at the summit of the Billboard Hot 100 this week, becoming the first artist in nearly ten years to reach the top of the chart with her first two chart entries.
The New York native, born Stefani Germanotta, previously led the list for three weeks with "Just Dance" in January. "Just Dance" is No. 9 on this week's chart.
The last performer to launch with a pair of Hot 100 chart-toppers was Christina Aguilera, who reigned with "Genie in a Bottle" (1999) and "What a Girl Wants" (2000).
After "Poker Face" at No. 1 and "Right Round" at No. 2, this week's top 10 includes "Kiss Me Thru The Phone" by Soulja Boy Tell 'em featuring Sammie, at No. 3; "Dead and Gone," by T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake, at No. 4; "Blame It," by Jamie Foxx featuring T-Pain, at No. 5; and "Gives You Hell," by the All-American Rejects, at No. 6.
Kelly Clarkson's "My Life Would Suck Without You" gets a bump in airplay to push the song to No. 7 on the Hot 100 this week, while Miley Cyrus' "The Climb" climbs to No. 8.
A 108% digital sales boost gets Ciara back into the top 10 for the first time since 2006 with "Love Sex Magic," featuring Justin Timberlake, at No. 10. "Love Sex Magic" is the week's greatest digital gainer.
Elsewhere on the chart, the Black Eyed Peas leap to No. 39 with "Boom Boom Pow," the week's greatest airplay gainer. Hannah Montana's "Let's Get Crazy" is the week's Hot Shot Debut at No. 57, while the TV character's "You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home" debuts at No. 87—giving Miley/Hannah three spots on this week's chart.
Yet another track from the "Hannah Montana: The Movie" soundtrack, Taylor Swift's "Crazier," debuts at No. 72.
On Hot Country Songs, Randy Travis becomes the first artist in 27 years to send a title into the top 10 twice, as his and Carrie Underwood's cover of his 1988 chart-topper, "I Told You So" rises 11-9.
Kings of Leon follow their first Modern Rock airplay chart No. 1, "Sex on Fire," by sending "Use Somebody" to No. 1 this week, too. Flo Rida's "Right Round" becomes the rapper's second No. 1 on the Mainstream Top 40 airplay chart, following his "Low" debut last year. Flo Rida's "R.O.O.T.S." album will bow on the Billboard 200 chart next week.