Taylor Swift, last night crowned the CMA's Entertainer of the Year, pushes 46-38 with "Fifteen," the 13th top 40 hit on the Hot 100 from "Fearless," extending the record for most such entries from one album (including the set's "Platinum Edition" re-release) in the chart's history.
Owl City's "Fireflies" returns to the Hot 100's summit (2-1) after Jason DeRulo's "Whatcha Say" interrupted the song's reign last week. This week, DeRulo's debut hit dips to No. 3.
In between the two tracks, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' "Empire State of Mind" rises 3-2 with Greatest Gainer/Airplay honors (94.6 million in audience, up 29%). Jay-Z performed the song with his backup singer (and Roc Nation roster member) Bridget Kelly at the Yankees' victory celebration in New York Nov. 6.
Sean Kingston protégé Iyaz soars 12-4 on the Hot 100 with "Replay," the chart's Greatest Gainer/Digital award winner. The track jumps 10-2 on Digital Songs (154,000 downloads sold, up 37%).
Jay Sean's "Down," featuring Lil Wayne, dips 4-5, and Miley Cyrus' "Party in the U.S.A." descends 5-6.
While Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" slips 6-7 on the Hot 100, the song becomes the 2009 Billboard Rising Star's first No. 1 on Radio Songs, where it climbs 2-1 as the only title to break the 100-million-audience-impression barrier this week (104 million).
Britney Spears' former No. 1 "3" holds at No. 8 with a bullet, and Beyonce's "Sweet Dreams" re-enters the top 10 with an 11-10 advance.
The Hot 100's Hot Shot Debut belongs to Justin Bieber, whose "Favorite Girl" starts at No. 26. The teen singer's first two singles bullet at No. 24 ("One Time") and No. 77 ("One Less Lonely Girl").
Jay Sean's second single directly follows Bieber's arrival, as "Do You Remember," featuring Sean Paul and Lil Jon, debuts at No. 27.
Also new to the Hot 100 this week are Jason Aldean ("The Truth," No. 91), Rob Thomas ("Someday," No. 93), Jake Owen ("Eight Second Ride," No. 95) and the Glee Cast, featuring two of the series' stars, Chris Colfer and Lea Michele ("Defying Gravity," No. 99).