As previously reported, Carly Rae Jepsen tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a seventh week with "Call Me Maybe." With its latest frame in charge, the song tallies the longest reign for a song by a woman signed to Interscope Records, passing Lady Gaga's "Born This Way," which ruled for six weeks last year. Let's see who else makes notable moves this week on the Hot 100 and other songs charts.
-- Carly Rae Jepsen: One more milestone for "Maybe": the song becomes the longest-leading No. 1 by a Canadian-born woman in the Hot 100's 54-year history, passing three titles that each ruled for six weeks: Nelly Furtado's "Promiscuous" (featuring Timbaland; 2006) and Celine Dion's "Because You Loved Me" (1996) and "I'm Your Angel" (with R. Kelly; 1998). Among all songs by Canadians, "Maybe" matches Snow's "Informer" (1993) and Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" (1991) for the second-best command. The leader? Toronto-born bandleader Percy Faith (and his Orchestra) spent nine weeks at No. 1 with "The Theme from 'A Summer Place' " in 1960.
-- Katy Perry: Perry scores the record for the most consecutive No. 1s on Dance Club Songs, as "Wide Awake" becomes her 10th straight leader. (On the Hot 100, the song holds at No. 3.) She might have to soon share the mark, however; Jennifer Lopez has banked nine toppers in a row on Dance Club Songs and lifts 4-3 with "Goin' In," featuring Flo Rida.
-- Calvin Harris: The DJ enters the Hot 100 Airplay top 10, as "Let's Go" leaps 13-9 (60 million audience impressions, up 8%, according to Nielsen BDS). The track marks Harris' first top 10 on the ranking as a lead artist. He first spent 12 weeks at the summit beginning in December as a featured artist on Rihanna's "We Found Love." (His solo debut, "Feel So Close" reached No. 13 in May.) On the Hot 100, "Let's Go" pushes 22-20.
-- Dierks Bentley: Here's the 411 on "5-1-5-0," Dierks Bentley's new leader on Hot Country Songs, which climbs 36-33 on the Hot 100: the track is the first all-numerical No. 1 in the country chart's 68-year history. The digits 0, 1 and 5 have, however, previously occupied the top spot. Zac Brown Band's "Highway 20 Ride" rolled to No. 1 in 2010, Mark Wills' "19 Somethin' " and Gary Morris' "100% Chance of Rain" ruled in 2003 and 1986, respectively, and Dolly Parton's classic "9 to 5" worked its way to the top in 1981.
-- Linkin Park: As "Burn It Down" rebounds 55-52 on the Hot 100 (after debuting at No. 30 the week of May 5), Linkin Park logs its 11th No. 1 on Alternative, where the song jumps 3-1. The coronation pushes the group within one of Red Hot Chili Peppers for the most leaders (12) in the Alternative chart's 23-year history. Foo Fighters and Green Day follow with nine No. 1s each, while U2 has eight.