The Billboard Hot 100:
-- Adele: "Rolling in the Deep" banks a seventh week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, spending a fourth frame atop Hot 100 Airplay (153 million in audience, up 1%, according to Nielsen BDS). It drops, however, 1-5 after six weeks atop Hot Digital Songs (188,000 downloads sold, down 16%, according to Nielsen SoundScan).
-- The multi-format juggernaut concurrently lifts 2-1 on Adult Contemporary. Having previously reached No. 1 on the Triple A, Adult Top 40 and Mainstream Top 40 airplay charts, "Rolling in the Deep" is just the second song to have commanded all four radio rankings, following Jason Mraz's "I'm Yours" (2008-09). How deep is the reach of "Deep"? It also darts 79-66 on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (2.3 million in audience, up 40%) and even crosses to the Latin Pop Airplay chart (No. 33).
-- Katy Perry: What replaces "Rolling in the Deep" at No. 1 on Hot Digital Songs? Perry's "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)," which flies 28-1 on the survey and 31-4 on the Hot 100 with Greatest Gainer/Digital honors (235,000, up 259%). The song soars following the June 13 premiere of its star-studded '80s-themed video (Corey Feldman, Kenny G, Debbie Gibson), which has netted 29 million YouTube views. As Perry's album "Teenage Dream" had become the only album to generate four Hot Digital Songs No. 1s - "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg, the title cut, "Firework" and "E.T.," featuring Kanye West - the set makes further history as the only release to yield a quintet of Hot Digital Songs toppers.
-- "The Voice": Three songs performed on NBC's reality singing competition "The Voice" last Tuesday (June 14) enter the Hot 100: Javier Colon's "Angel" (No. 64); Vicci Martinez's "Jolene" (No. 76); and, Casey Weston's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" (No. 90). Two songs performed the previous week also grace the list: Dia Frampton's "Heartless" (78-57) and Xenia's "Price Tag," a debut at No. 99. What spurred the second-week growth of the latter two titles? From "Voice" coach Blake Shelton's team, the highest public vote after the singers' performance week belonged to Frampton, while, given the chance to save an additional contestant on his squad, Shelton saved Xenia.
Fellow "Voice" coach Adam Levine debuts on the Hot 100, guesting on Gym Class Heroes' "Stereo Hearts" at No. 64. The song, from the group's forthcoming album "The Papercut Chronicles II," marks Levine's second Hot 100 appearance apart from Maroon 5; he assisted Kanye West on the No. 26-peaking "Heard 'Em Say" in 2005. Maroon 5 - up 65-62 with "Never Gonna Leave This Bed" - look in line for a strong digital debut next week with "Moves Like Jagger," featuring yet another "Voice" coach: Christina Aguilera. The song, as premiered on Tuesday night's episode (June 21), is currently in the iTunes Store's top 10.
-- Shania Twain: As previewed Monday, country superstar Shania Twain returns to the Hot 100 for the first time since 2005, as "Today is Your Day" launches at No. 66. The song, which Twain premiered on her OWN TV series, "Why Not? With Shania Twain" May 8, improves by 194% to 46,000 downloads sold. It begins at No. 40 on both Hot Digital Songs and the Hot Country Songs airplay chart (2.3 million in audience).
-- Coldplay: The band goes cold on the Hot 100, as "Every Teardrop is a Waterfall" slips and slides 14-52. The song falls 7-36 on Hot Digital Songs (50,000, down 63%), after its spike the previous week, which occurred following its first full week of availability. Still, airplay is building. The track is the Greatest Gainer (3-3) on Triple A and bounds 8-6 on Rock Songs (8.3 million, up 8%), 13-7 on Alternative and 34-25 on Adult Top 40.
The Billboard 200:
-- Bad Meets Evil & Jackie Evancho: Poor 11-year old Evancho. For the second time she's been blocked from a No. 1 album. This week, Bad Meets Evil (Eminem and Royce da 5'9") stand in her way as her "Dream With Me" starts at No. 2 (161,000). Late last year, Evancho's "O Holy Night" EP debuted and peaked at No. 2 behind Susan Boyle's "The Gift," which was spending its second week atop the list.
-- As for some interesting moves and debuts outside the top 10 this week:
-- Father's Day: The day devoted to dads is in full effect on the Billboard 200 chart this week as a number of albums see great gains thanks to promotions tied to the Sunday, June 19 holiday. Essentially, anything that seems male-friendly took a jump this week. That includes many country albums (especially those by men), classic rock collections or contemporary rock efforts. No doubt that Jason Aldean's "My Kinda Party" gets a lift (7-5 with 51,000; up 26%) thanks to Father's Day. Same goes for Foo Fighters' "Wasting Light" (26-12 with 30,000; up 111%), Mumford & Sons' "Sigh No More" (holding at No. 13 with 29,000; 24%) and Zac Brown Band's "You Get What You Give" (20-15 with 24,000; up 38%). (Speaking of Foo Fighters, its "Greatest Hits" claims the chart's largest positional jump, as it rises 127 spaces from No. 175 to No. 48. It sold 12,000 last week -- up 262%.
-- Journey, Frank Sinatra, Bob Marley & Pink Floyd: Four albums by four iconic names in music make great strides up the list this week thanks to Father's Day and iTunes. The retailer sale priced Journey's "Greatest Hits," Frank Sinatra's "Nothing But the Best," Bob Marley's "Legend" and Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" for $6.99 in celebration of Father's Day.
In turn, Journey rushes 101-18 with 23,000 -- up 374%, marking the album's best sales week since Christmas of 1994, when it moved 23,000. It's also the album's first appearance in the top 20 since 1989 -- but that's a tricky statistic. Catalog albums -- such as this one -- were barred from charting on the Billboard 200 until December of 2009. There's no doubt that "Greatest Hits" continued to sell enough on a weekly basis through the past two decades to chart on the Billboard 200 -- had it been eligible. That said, as our rules have changed, this marks "Greatest Hits'" first week in the top 20 since March 11, 1989 when it was No. 20.
Sinatra's 2008 album "Nothing" rallies with a re-entry at No. 23, selling 19,000 with a 632% gain. That marks its highest rank and best sales frame since the chart dated June 28, 2008, when it was at No. 17 in its fifth week on the list (29,000).
Marley's "Legend" charges 111-26 with 17,000 (up 292%) and "Dark Side of the Moon" re-enters at No. 49 with 11,000 (up 330%). For both albums, its their highest rank since Nielsen SoundScan began powering the chart in May of 1991. But again, there's that tricky catalog thing again (see Journey, above). This is "Legend's" best sales week since Christmas week of 2008, when it shifted 18,000 and "Dark Side's" biggest since Christmas of 2009 (21,000).
On Top Digital Albums, Journey, Sinatra, Marley and Pink Floyd re-enter at Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 14, respectively.
-- City and Colour: Taking the largest dive -- in terms of positions -- this week on the list is City and Colour's "Little Hell," which collapses 109 rungs from No. 28 to No. 137 in its second week on the list. However, it's not unusual to see acts with particularly devoted (but limited in size) fan bases collapse hard in their second week, as most of their core consumers purchase new albums upon release. The set sold 14,000 in its debut and moved 4,000 (down 69%) in week number two.
-- Queen: At No. 140, the band's 1992 album "Greatest Hits" re-enters with 4,000 (up 105%), likely owed to Father's Day promotions. Coincidentally, the act's SoundScan-era cumulative album sales tally surpasses the 20 million mark this week as well. (Certainly, the group sold many millions more before SoundScan was established in 1991.) Since 1991, Queen's biggest selling album is this "Greatest Hits," which has shifted 6.9 million copies and is currently the 68th best-selling album since 1991.