As previously reported, Carly Rae Jepsen tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a sixth week with "Call Me Maybe," while P!nk's "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" vaults 58-9 in its second week on the chart. Who else makes notable moves this week? Among others, three rookie UK acts.

-- Cher Lloyd: As "Want U Back" jumps 27-16 on the Hot 100, the British pop singer lands her first top 10 on Hot Digital Songs, where the track rises 13-9 (114,000 downloads sold, up 30%, according to Nielsen SoundScan). On Hot 100 Airplay, "Back" climbs 51-44 (25 million audience impressions, up 8%, according to Nielsen BDS).

-- Nero:
The British electronic act's "Promises" re-enters the Hot 100 at No. 70; it spent a week at No. 81 two weeks ago. With the song featured in HP's TV ads for its notebooks with Beats Audio, the cut returns to Hot Digital Songs with an 88% gain to 48,000. "Promises," the group's first Hot 100 entry, topped the UK Singles chart for a week last August.

-- Ed Sheeran: One more UK newcomer: As it rises 4-3 on the Triple A airplay chart, "The A Team" debuts at No. 95 on the Hot 100. Sorry, fans of the hit '80s NBC TV show of the same name: the song is the latest Hot 100 hit that doubles as - but isn't - the theme to a TV series. "The A Team" joins such like-titled-but-otherwise-unrelated songs/shows as "Friends" (Jody Watley/NBC), "Good Times" (Chic/CBS) and "Taxi" (Harry Chapin/ABC). ( Trivia-inclined couch potatoes, please feel free to add further examples in the comments section below or via e-mail at

-- fun.: "Some Nights," the trio's follow-up to its six-week Hot 100 No. 1 "We Are Young" (featuring Janelle Monae) reaches the top 20 (28-17) in its 21st week on the chart. The song jumps 13-10 on On-Demand Songs (493,000 on-demand streams, up 3%, according to BDS) and 18-11 on Hot Digital Songs (103,000, up 35%), while entering Hot 100 Airplay at No. 63 (18 million, up 20%). It advances 6-5 on the Alternative radio chart, 25-22 on Adult Top 40 and 36-32 on Mainstream Top 40.

-- Justin Bieber:
"As Long as You Love Me" (featuring Big Sean), the second radio single from Bieber's former Billboard 200 No. 1 "Believe," pushes 82-66 on the Hot 100, fueled by starts on Mainstream Top 40 (No. 36) and Rhythmic (No. 40). The part-ballad/part-dubstep concoction concurrently re-enters Hot Digital Songs at No. 61 (30,000, up 28%).