Rounding out the top 10 is Jordin Sparks' "Battlefield," which jumps 25-10. It's her third top 10 on the chart, spurred by a 47,000 download gain.
Lady Antebellum hits its highest-ever Hot 100 spot at No. 27 with "I Run To You," which scored 47,000 downloads last week thanks to a new acoustic version hitting digital retail. Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne's "Down" flies the opposite direction on the chart, riding a 70% increase in radio audience impressions and an 82% download increase to a No. 32 position.
On the heels of member Adam Yauch's cancer scare, Beastie Boys make a welcome return to the Billboard Hot 100 as "Too Many Rappers,' featuring Nas, debuts at No. 93. It is the trio's first time on the list since the summer of 2004 and only their second appearance since 1998's "Intergalactic" peaked at No. 28.
Mat Kearney squeaks onto the chart at No. 100 this week with "Closer To Love," following an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" and a 20% digital increase to 9,000.
Elsewhere on the Billboard charts, veterans Pearl Jam and Whitney Houston make a splash at rock and adult R&B radio, respectively. Pearl Jam's "The Fixer" debuts at No. 11 on the Alternative radio chart and No. 16 on the Mainstream rock chart. The song, from the group's forthcoming "Backspacer" album, is No. 2 on Billboard's new overall Rock Songs chart.
Whitney Houston's new single "I Look To You" debuts on the Adult R&B radio airplay chart at No. 23. It's her first appearance on any airplay chart since 2004. "Look" is the title track from the diva's new album, due Aug. 31.