A quick look at the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard 200 albums chart.

-- Jack Johnson: The singer/songwriter scored his third No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart this week with the bow of "To The Sea" at No. 1 with 243,000 copies sold according to Nielsen SoundScan. Since Johnson first appeared on the chart on Feb. 23, 2002 only one other pop/rock male singer -- Bruce Springsteen -- has notched more toppers (with four in that span of time).

-- Broken Bells: The duo's self-titled set is up 29 spots, to No. 38, after it was sale priced in the iTunes Store for $7.99. It lifts up the tally with a 33% overall gain and a 105% increase in downloads. It shifts 9,000 total copies -- up from just under 7,000 the week previous.

-- "Almost Alice": Last week saw both the DVD release of the Johnny Depp film "Alice in Wonderland" and a digital reissue of its companion album "Almost Alice." The set boasts additional tunes by Never Shout Never, Family Force 5, Valora and Kerli. The one-two punch helps push the set back onto the tally at No. 51 with a big jump of 224% (7,000 copies versus 2,000 last week).

-- Sleigh Bells: After spending three weeks as an iTunes-only release, the trio's "Treats" album became widely available to all physical and digital retailers last week. In turn, it sells 7,000 with a unit gain of nearly 4,000 copies -- the biggest on the tally. It rises 110 rungs to No. 55 -- the largest climb this week.

-- 4TROOPS: The act's PBS concert special "Live at the Intrepid" began airing last week, no doubt sparking the effort's 42% increase (the largest on the chart) and 51-position leap to No. 62.

-- Daughtry: Daughtry's self-titled debut is part of Wal-Mart's discount rollback program and it's up 42% overall, but increases by 57% at mass merchants. In turn, it re-enters at No. 147.

-- The Rolling Stones: The group's Target-exclusive 10-track "Exile On Main St.: Rarities Edition" takes the chart's largest positional drop this week, falling 101 slots to No. 154 with a 56% decline in sales. Considering the unique appeal and exclusivity of the set, this tumble isn't surprising.


The Billboard Hot 100:

A snapshot of the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

-- Katy Perry: The Capitol artist logs the fastest No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 by an artist signed to the label in nearly 43 years, as "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg, rises 2-1 in its fourth week on the chart. The song makes the quickest sprint to the summit by a Capitol single since Bobbie Gentry's "Ode to Billie Joe" likewise reached the top spot in four weeks on the chart dated Aug. 26, 1967. Perry's hit crowns the chart thanks in part to its selling 318,000 downloads (up 18%) in the chart's tracking week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The cut leads Hot Digital Songs for a third week. On Hot 100 Airplay, "California Gurls" jumps 10-6 (89.2 million in audience, up 25%, according to Nielsen BDS).

-- Usher: He gets dislodged from the summit for a second time as "OMG," featuring will.i.am, dips 1-2. The title was also knocked out of the top spot, where it's resided for four non-consecutive weeks, on the ranking dated May 22 by Eminem's "Not Afraid." And as was the case during that week, "OMG" takes the Airplay Gainer trophy as it abdicates the chart throne. The title is up 18.2 million listener impressions (to 157.7 million) and scores the chart's heftiest airplay increase for the sixth time in the last eight weeks.

-- Travie McCoy: He moves into the top 10 for the first time as a soloist as "Billionaire" cashes in an 11-5 move. This track surges 8-4 on Hot Digital Songs with 177,000 downloads (up 59%) and 25-16 on Hot 100 Airplay (49 million listener impressions, up 26%). Also making notable concurrent sales and airplay jumps on the Hot 100 are Mike Posner's "Cooler Than Me" (31-19) and Jason DeRulo's "Ridin' Solo" (56-34).

-- The Black Eyed Peas: The quartet becomes the first duo or group since Milli Vanilli (1989-90) to yield a quintet of top 10s on the Hot 100 from one album as "Rock That Body" (16-9) becomes their fifth track to reach the upper tier from the multi-platinum "The E.N.D."

-- Jamie Foxx: His "Winner," featuring Justin Timberlake, doesn't live up to its title as it tumbles 38-56 in its ninth week on the list. And it's not the usual download decline leading to its fall, though digital sales are down by 30% to 37,000. Radio airplay also drops by 30% for the week to 11.2 million listener impressions. And that's just four weeks after the track pulled in a high of 27.1 million impressions.

-- Drake: The artist takes the chart's Hot Shot Debut with "Miss Me," featuring Lil Wayne, at No. 15, fueled by a No. 8 opening on Hot Digital Songs (128,000). The song is yet another preview track from his highly anticipated "Thank Me Later" album, due June 15.