Nelly Furtado scores a European double on Billboard's new weekly composite charts. Her "Loose" (Mosley/Geffen) starts a sixth consecutive week at No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums, and eighth in total, while "Give It To Me" (Interscope) by Timbaland, on which Furtado and Justin Timberlake feature, soars 24-1 on Eurochart Hot 100 Singles.

Furtado's album, produced by Timbaland, climbs 7-4 in Italy, 8-4 in the United Kingdom and holds at No. 2 in Poland and No. 4 in Portugal. The Timbaland single on which she returns the favor with a guest appearance jumps 8-1 in the United Kingdom on sales of 27,000 and debuts at No. 4 in Germany and No. 8 in Italy. It's already topped the chart in Denmark, where it now falls 1-2.

It's only eight weeks since Furtado topped the Eurochart herself with "All Good Things (Come To An End)" and only two since Timberlake lead the survey with "What Goes Around Comes Around." Furtado enjoys a new climb with another single from the "Loose" set, "Say It Right," which climbs back to its previous Eurochart peak of No. 3. It improves 4-2 in Austria and 7-5 in Denmark and remains at No. 1 in Switzerland for a fourth aggregate week.

The highest new entry on Top 100 Albums, at No. 6, is "Fornika" (Columbia) by German rap group Die Fantastischen Vier. It enters at No. 1 in Germany, No. 2 in Switzerland and No. 4 in Austria. The quartet, which hails from Stuttgart and has been recording since 1991, debuted at No. 12 on the composite chart with its last release "Viel" in the autumn of 2004.

Kings Of Leon's "Because of the Times" (Hand Me Down/Sony/BMG) holds at No. 7 on Top 100 Albums after scoring a second week atop the U.K. chart. Sales of 29,000 there bring it to a two-week tally of just under 100,000 units. The quartet is currently on a nine-date British tour that played London's Hammersmith Apollo last night.

Jazz artist Roger Cicero, who'll represent Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki next month, rebounds 26-15 on the aggregate chart with "Männersachen" (Starwatch), which edges back up 5-4 in Germany. Bright Eyes secures a No. 18 start with "Cassadaga" (Polydor) after entering at No. 13 in the United Kingdom on sales of 11,000.

"Stop Me" (Columbia), a soul-flavored cover of "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before" from the Smiths' 1987 album "Strangeways Here We Come," moves 21-11 on the Eurochart for producer-turned-artist Mark Ronson. The track features vocals by Melbourne, Australia-born singer Daniel Merriweather.

German rock band Tokio Hotel debuts at No. 14 on the Eurochart with "Spring Nicht" (Universal Island), the single from its current hit album "Zimmer 483." The single arrives at No. 3 in Germany while the album, which is back up 23-17 on Top 100 Albums, is also enjoying success in France (11-10) and Hungary (7-5).